Is it better to just let those girls go or are they worth pursuing? I think it depends on how much time you’re willing to invest in girls where your odds are low.Personally, I’d rather just write off the Level 2’s and focus my precious time on the girls who are into me.
But as you said, if you just Shut Up and Lead, you’ll know all you need to know. When in bars, clubs and such – it wont do if she only kinda likes you.
Being a student myself, in a school full of hot babes :), I’ve had the experience to see som transitions between the levels.
Here we go: Level 4: She’s really, interested in you This might seem like a great place to be, and it can be in the short term.
But chances are this is not the woman you really want.
I know I’m not really like that myself, I have many times been surprised to fall for someone who I didn’t think very much of the first couple of times I met her.
Then I’ve been seduced by her charms after a while.
I’ll be blunt here: If you’re not rich/a celebrity/have model looks and a woman is openly hitting on you and providing no challenge at any point in the seduction, she’s probably unattractive (read: slumpbuster), crazy, desperate for a relationship or getting back at someone.
You won’t feel satisfied because you didn’t earn her, and she might realize at some point that her interest in you was superficial.
Although that’s easier said than done Thanks for reading J!
You make a great point about the difference between Levels 2 and 3 — it’s not always obvious, and sometimes they’ll go back and forth between the two.
For guys who have been dissed more times than a telemarketer during dinner, this is a tempting illusion.