Similarly, if you tease her about something she does or wears, and she likes you, she may show her affection by changing what you didn’t like about her.
A disqualifier is implying to the girl that she doesn’t belong to your company but in a fun way. Like telling a girl, “You’re cool. Unfortunately, I don’t have a thing for short girls.”
I like to use disqualifiers right before asking the girl out because it says that I’m not that needy and makes her invest in the conversation. And if she puts energy into the conversation, she’s less likely to flake when we meet.
That girl asked me what I was doing in Barcelona and told her I’m undercover CIA which led into some role-playing about recruiting her.
I asked if she was good with guns and she said “probably.” A typical reply from a guy would be, “Cool, let’s find out over dinner.”
What you should do, however, is take a step away and see if she will come closer (just like stopping midway before a kiss and letting her go for it).
And she went crazy with three texts in less than 30 seconds – even though the first time we matched she left me hanging dry for 5 days.
4. She starts conversations
One surefire way to know she’s interested in you is if she starts conversations. It’s her way of letting you know that she likes you, even if she feels only a spark at the moment.
If a girl asks for what you up to, or even send “Sup”? She’s probably feeling it out to see if you want to do something spontaneous, there’s a very good chance she just wants to initiate a text exchange with you and is seeing if you’re free.
Because it leaves her with no jumping-off point. That’s like telling someone who just told you “Good morning” to shut the F up. You just denied her a good conversation. But that’s not the point. We’ll work on your texting skills later.
5. She continues conversations
If her replies add substance, or if she indirectly pleads you to go on, you should feel confident with your approach.
6. She often corrects her typos (or apologizes for them)
If she keeps apologizing for making typos or sends another message just to correct a misspelled letter then it can be a sign she likes you..
But this can also mean she’s insecure about how other people see her in general, so you have to look for patterns.
If they don’t like you, most girls won’t go out of their way to correct their typos. So that extra message is a sign of investment.
When you make a mistake over text, or you misspell a word, don’t fix it. Be carefree and let it go. People/the girl won’t notice if you act as if the mistake never happened.
7. She gives you lengthy replies
So if you’re asking her simple questions and she’s giving you lengthy replies, knowing that you’re probably her best option at the moment.
Her: “Hey! I went out with a few friends I hadn’t seen in a while, so it was a great time. How about you? Did you go out as well?”
While these are merely examples, they do illustrate the difference between a girl that is highly interested in you and one who is only somewhat receptive.
Just don’t make the mistake of immediately telling her you like her through text! Keep your conversations lighthearted, and save that conversation for when you’re actually with her.