Add "if she gives you a 2-digit number, like 11, its possibly fake."
@CrazyManInaBox, turns out she snuck her number unto your phone under speed dial number 11.
@CrazyManInaBox, possibly, unless it's 911, then it's legit
@CrazyManInaBox, no that means she's too young for you
@Major Ticklescrote, more like a Drake and Josh reference.
@CrazyManInaBox, mine has 66 in it.
Let me save this for future references. For when I do get a girls number. Yeah... (Cries in corner)
@BlackMarcus, beat me to it...
@BlackMarcus, to avoid this situation a usually give my actual phone number but change just one digit.
@BlackMarcus, you'll find someone some day :) you just gotta believe!
If you don't want to give someone your number, flip the last two digits. If they read it back to you incorrectly like this, you won't be caught
When exchanging phone numbers with someone, I usually just send them a text. That way, I'll know if they received it, and they'll know my number.
This uses a psychological trick i read about. Basically, if you say the wrong information to someone on purpose, they will often correct you with the right information. Just act like you know what you're talking about, make a mistake, and let someone correct you. For example, if I want to figure out the answer to a math problem I could say "that one was easy, I got 26" if it's wrong then someone will usually correct you.
@Solidus, were you using science to explain that people correct people that are wrong? Isn't that just the definition of the word to "correct"
Or just immediately ring them, if their phone rings, bingo
What if it's a fake number that they always use, tricking them won't work if they remember it
@Nightwing42, mine is (510)3825968 ^_^
However... Girls sometimes put their numbers on guys phones, just to make sure they have the wrong number.
I'll only fall for a girl saying her number is 911 two or three times, tops.
@Codalicious, "hey 911, stay right there I'm coming over to destroy your ass"
Very good advise!
Where's good advice mallard?
Holy crap, thats fool proof
Or you could just call them to see if their phone rings,... but that's none of my business.