Today was my friend's funeral and I just came back from the friends social gathering.
At the service, his brother and mother were good; they were able to give a speech. Me, I had something in my throat the whole time and wouldn't have been able to speak a single word.
At least now it's final.
I'm really sorry for your loss, dude.
We met online, then hung out once, and talk everyday. I ask her to hang out all the time, but she always says no. She said she likes me, but won't tell me why she doesn't want to hang out. It is just...annoying. I feel insane because I constantly ask her, and she constantly says no, yet I can't quit asking. Some might think it's pathetic, and I wouldn't blame them, but we spent 4 hours sitting and talking on that first date and it just felt awesome to connect to her. She is the first person that I connected with like that in a long time.
I would get out, that is the sign of a two-timing chick, dude.
Here is the thought process. She likes you, but there is someone she likes MORE. She wants to see how this other guy turns out. If it turns out to the positive, she will drop you quickly. If it doesn't go well, she still has you to fall back on. The fact that she's being vague and not very forthcoming with any of info of why she is not meeting up with you (and the fact that she keeps saying no yet says she likes you) means that A) she is putting all her effort into this other guy at the moment, or B) she is already in a relationship and trying to salvage it. Either way you are the backup/rebound and you deserve better. Get out, now.
I generally have a two date fail test. If a girl flakes out on me twice in succession without offering a good reason, I drop her like a lead potato.