I've pretty much met the girl of my dreams. Not sure how much elaboration is necessary, but there are so many things I like about her. Plus what makes her unicorn tier by internet standards is that she's 21, very attractive, non-religious and a virgin. She seems to like me a lot too, and it really looks like I have a chance of entering my first relationship.
There's just one problem. There was an instance recently where I had told her something on four occasions and then she asked me about it. In other words, she asked me a question I had already answered four times. That is a problem, right? At first I shrugged it off as human error because that's what I want to believe but I can't help feeling like I can't trust her to remember anything I say anymore. Should I judge her because of this?
If you don't have sex with her, somebody else will.
no, because projecting "dream-girl" onto a real human being is terribly destructive, selfish bullshit that hurts the person and I'm glad I'll never be shitty and egotistical like that again.
OP, the fuck is the question that she asked four times?
She didn't ask a question 4 times, she asked a question once that I had answered/referred to 4 times.
There's a bit too much context involved to explain it sufficiently but it was something like this:
>me (over the phone): hey, we'll meet as planned but thing X isn't going to happen because of reasons. (Later by text) too bad about thing X... remember thing X...
>me (in person, during the meeting): *something regarding thing X not happening*
<she, moments later: hey, what about thing X?
If it's too complicated to succinctly explain to us, I'm not surprised she didn't remember. No, it's not a red flag. People have brain farts. Maybe she wanted clarification. Maybe she has a lot going on and got plans jumbled in her head. If it's a thing that keeps happening, ask her about it.
Clearly she is low on testosterone. Inject some in her.
I've tried to see it that way but I've been worried about being blinded by feelings and not being able to see a clear warning sign. You guys did calm my suspicions down a notch.
>MFW OP won't tell us what thing X is because he forgot.
Not just forgetful but inattentive and maybe a bit dense. She seemed to have no idea I had mentioned the thing in advance. I looked back at the texts and it was there on very clear terms.
Also yeah *succinctly, didn't even notice that until now
Okay, I'm convinced. Definitely let her go.
Because if you're this bent out of shape over something this small, you're probably going to kill her or yourself if she spills a drink in your car or farts in public.
Celibacy is clearly the way for you.
I think if I revealed the whole context you'd see it a bit differently but I don't want to give away that much information. I guess it would still be petty. Actually I really want to ignore this because so far everything's been perfect otherwise.