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The subtle art of flirting.

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Background Pony #57E7
@Geacu
Like I said, some people don’t have time or patience to play games about whether or not someone is just “playing hard to get” or if they’re just genuinely not interested.
“Yes” means yes and “no” means no. If a girl tells a guy “no”, the right thing for him to do is to stop right then and there.
Geacu

Exodus's lost flock
In seriousness, i don’t get the notion of how playing hard to get is supposed to make a guy more interested.
Maybe to feel like it’s a reward or that you’re not ‘easy’?
Maybe it’s just me, but constantly being rejected by a woman would just make me lose interest because she’s sending clear signs she’s not interested. And yet those clear signs somehow are actually the opposite.
Background Pony #57E7
I dunno, Sweetie. There’s a certain appeal to a tomboy who’s blunt and straight-to-point about what she wants. Plus some people just don’t have time or patience to play games about whether someone else is or isn’t into them.