Watched this movie the other night. It was fascinating... and actually pretty dead-on accurate. At least as far as my limited experience goes.
Well... maybe "limited" isn't the best choice of words. I have been around the dating scene for a while now (both pre-marriage and post-divorce) so I guess I can offer a fairly educated opinion on this subject.
OK... moving on.
The gist of the movie is this: If a guy is into you, he'll let you know. Period. If he says "Hey, let's do this again" and then you never hear from him again, you know that he's just not that into you. It must be man-speak for "that was the most retched thing ever. I can't believe I lived through it" ... or something to that effect.
Bff encountered this the other day. She has been chatting via email with a guy. It seemed that there was a fair bit of interest on both sides. He mentioned getting together for coffee on a particular day. Bff said she would like that. He says he'll let her know more detail later, then proceeds to drop off the face of the earth until that day has come and gone. He then reappears after that and picks up as if nothing has transpired. What is that all about?
Look, men who read this blog, I'm going to give it to you straight. If you're interested, say so. If not, so be it but don't string people along. It's just rude.
Anyway, bottom line is this: Don't pursue after someone who just isn't that into you. Wisely for Bff, she kicked his ass in a game of online Scrabble and called it a day...