Positives

University girl.
You didn't ask for her number upon first meeting her, but she gave it to you when you asked for it the third time you saw her.
She has waken up at 5 am to exercise with you.
She has also waken up at 5 am to go feed the homeless with you.
You and her have had 2 lunch dates
She was willing to get in your car after barely a month of knowing you.
Responds to 98% of your texts/calls.
You haven't spent a dime on her yet.

Negatives

Failed the "door test" (Example)
Canceled a proper date to study for chemistry final (understandable lol)

Keeper or no keeper??

What are your thoughts??

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Door test is dumb.  Every car has a remote key fob now.  Even if she is otherwise conscious of your comfort, it likely wouldn't even enter her mind to scoot across bucket seats, a console and d ick around inside the smalla ss confines of a modern car to try and open your door for you.  You might find a few country girls who grew up with older model pickups who still do this, but even still, doubtful.

Now I'm all nostalgic.  F uck you for that.  You sir, have all my rage.

Who said the guy drove a new car?? He drives a 96 Pontiac.

ALL

MY

RAGE

Dated a girl once in college who put on cake when I came over, thats a keeper. haha

You've considering it a negative because she turned down a date to study for a final? If you are not in university or if are but take it less serious than her, I think it might you who might end up not being a keeper.

And I put in parenthesis that a final is understandable, so let's not go there...

In university, the whole year is a final sometimes. I mentioned this because I had a female housemate once in university who was dating a guy who never went before (he worked as a mechanic). She got on with him but it never worked. To him, he thought of school the way you do in high school and took it personal when she couldn't go out on a week night or sometimes had to stay in the library on a Friday night or weekend. She ended up dumping him because it became too stressful.

Also, sometimes even when both went to university but one is either less dedicated or finished there can be friction because the other still needs to spend a lot of that time in school. I met my wife in Medical School and to be honest I don't know how any of my classmates managed to have relationships with people not in the program. Their partners must have been forever waiting on them.

I'll assume this is not serious.  Surely nobody seriously wonders whether to give up on a girl because she didn't open the car door for him.

Probably that one with all the animal skins on it

She was willing to get in your car after only knowing you for a MONTH, dude? Only a MONTH? and she got in your CAR?

 On top of that, she did not unlock the door for you? 

 Seriously dude, lose her. Dump her immediately. She is a complete and total floozy. You should not have anything more to do with this girl ever again. 

 And as a rule, never ever date a Woman who is willing to get in your car that quickly. 

 Women these days. Such trollops. 

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