I know this for a fact, as I've actually done something similar myself when I was a few years younger. If he wants to see me he should've done so already... Hi Michelle, It hurts me to break it to you (and I mean to say this with the utmost sympathy), but the guy's not interested.When a guy suddenly stops texting right at the beginning of a relationship, it could be for a number of reasons…you don’t know his patterns yet, so he might be at the gym. He gives me the money excuse, or the "every time I want to, something else comes up" excuse. I just don't understand why he hasn't asked me out yet.That said, these are all questions its possible he asked himself. So next time, don't be so damn transparent if you want him to stick around long enough to meet you in person. (That was a weird sentence to write.)And generally speaking, we like texting women, and we like having backups in our Rolodex, typically girls who think we have so much in common with them, who, if we don't want to, we never have to see.
But it does seem possible that he might just know what he's doing. We can act like complete buffoons and know you'll cut us some slack because you've invested time into it (and goddamnit, you women hate it when we waste your time). Even more likely is the possibility that you made your missing of him obvious, and he took it the other way.
One with no intentions to venture beyond the phone and its impersonal borders. I mean, I guess he's interested (if he wasn't, he wouldn't talk to you and just ghost), but not enough to be bothered to actually go out and spend money on you. You stay because there's that “chance” he'll pull through, even though I can tell you're fairly certain he won't.