Monday, 08 October 2012
I had to think about it for a few minutes.
Well friend, playing hard to get is waiting for someone to make the first move, but they might be interested in you in the future. And not interested means not interested for now maybe, or never. You're sitting by the phone, it doesn't ring; you can't really tell if it's hard to get or rejection can you?
I've always been a go-getter. I don't wait by my phone for for people to call me. In fact, one of my friends has told me that I should wait for the guy to call me because she notices that 99% of the time I do the initiating.
If someone was really interested in another, they wouldn't be playing the waiting game and will go after what they want and they don't care how many days it's been since you've first met the person you're interested in. That's just my take.
What do you think: Is there a difference between playing hard to get and not being interested? What are the main differences?