ok so i met this really cute girl last thursday on a night out she was really into me more than i was into her but still i was thrilled to be around her.
anyway her mates left and so did mine so we both stayed in the club with each other dancing and kissing for hours at the end of the night she asked for my number then she gave her number saying that she would really like to see me again, then i called her a cab and left.
the next day i sent her a text message saying that i had a great night and was really nice to meet her, we txt each other for quite a while then i asked her if she would like to go out sometime she replied saying she would love to so we arranged to go out the following evening.
the next day i woke up to txt saying " hey... I'm sick thought it was the last of the hangover last night but don't think it is, i really wouldn't be much fun tonight, sorry x"
i txt her back saying that i was really looking forward to meeting her again but hope you get better. i sent her another txt two days later asking if she was any better and would like to arrange another night to go out but she hast replied, is this girl blowing me off she seemed really into me at the time?
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Angela is right. Moreover it would be only very friendly and manly of you to ask her if she got over her illness and hear her say it herself. Listening to her voice can also give you some clue as to whether she is interested in you or it was just a one-night stand, so to say.
You say in your first sentence that she seemed more into you than you were into her. Are you sure this concern over her apparent lack of interest is really worry over a missed opportunity to get to know a great girl or just a bruised ego? What would you do if she suddenly came around and was as into you as she seemed that night?
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Maybe she's still ill, maybe she's just regretting her actions from that night while her inhibitions were down from drinking.
It's so hard to tell what someone is actually thinking through email and text messages, the emotions don't come across properly. Talk to her, give her a call and actually speak to her. You can judge her response better when you can hear her voice.