>want to get to know a cute girl in my class with a Fallout bag, maybe date her if we seem compatible
>overcome my shyness to chat with her before class outside of class
>talk about the class, our majors, what we're interested in academically
>I ended up just basically asking a question, getting her response, and answer my own question
>she never really tried to move the conversation forward and kept turning away as if she wanted the conversation to end
At least I'm pretty sure she smiled at some point at something. Was this a mistake?
She probably just had somewhere to be, and wasn't interested exactly then in having a big conversation. Judge how she acts when you talk to her next, bring up the bag or something. If you didn't sperg you didn't sperg, keep going.
So you awkwardly interrogated her.
What was the value to her, of answering your questions? You weren't providing anything, just taking.
When you first talk to someone, you have to bring value - tell a funny story, say something interesting about the class you're in, whatever. Asking question after question won't work.
Think about how you talk to your friends, it's not a series of questions - you want to talk to her the same way.
The way I see it, if a girl is just giving responses and not really adding to the conversation as a whole, it means she isn't interested. Sorry man.
inb4 normie. I'm still a KV, I've just been trying to put in the effort to talk to more people lately.
Um, I don't know, maybe us fugging?
Immediately relegating someone to status of girlfriend or boyfriend in your mind is the worst possible thing to do when meeting new people (or even just seeing them). It's weird to put that level of an unnecessary burden on anyone.
As a girl I evaluate a partner much further than that before spreading my legs for him. The most probable scenario afterall is that you end up satisfied while I end up completely unsatisfied and with a tarnished reputation.
No, not a mistake. Sure you might not have nailed it with her but the good thing is that you overcame your shyness and tried.
Don't mean to sound like a normiefag/cucklord but the more you try to reach out like that eventually you'll start learning the how to not act like an autistic fuck