The girl told you that you should check out the restaurant, having enjoyed the experience she had when she was there last.
It is unlikely that there is a hidden meaning behind it.
I know that you like this girl and that you are hoping that what she meant signified that she was dropping hints that she likes you.
In this scenario, it is highly unlikely.
Think about it for a moment.
In the event she was trying to drop a hint that you should take her to this restaurant, she wouldn’t have told you to check it out and left it at that.
Telling you to check it out indicates she was thinking about you going to said restaurant with someone else or by yourself.
If she actually wanted to be the one to go with you, she would have at least said something like, “We should check it out sometime,” or “We should go there for lunch sometime and check it out.”
She includes the two of you in what she says, as opposed to having you be the only one to check it out.
Perhaps you like this girl and feel like she has been showing you some signs of interest recently.
I understand why you are looking to anything she says as a sign that she is interested in you.
Notwithstanding, this is not one of those signs.
When she told you that you should check out a restaurant, she said it with a lack of definition or commitment.
She didn’t actually tell you when you should check it out. She just made a general statement.
Making a general statement with no real commitment that sets a time or period by which to do the activity is incredibly vague.
Vague statements are not typically indicative of true interest.
They are vague and said in passing.
A less vague statement bodes better.
Saying something like, “Next Friday, we should check out that restaurant I told you about.”
A statement like this is creating a strong definition.
Not only has she included the “we” but she has given you a date.
That date is next Friday.
This is a definitive statement.
There is no hidden meaning here.
It is clear and direct.
Even if there was a hidden meaning, she would have said something that hinted at her wanting to check out the restaurant with you.
Something like, “You should check out (enter restaurant name), they have the best steaks. We both love steak.”
Here, she has told you that you should check out the restaurant, but she has drawn a commonality with you.
She has related to your love of steak.
In a scenario like this, she is leaving the door open for you to invite her to a steak dinner at this particular restaurant, as she did tell you about her common love for steak.
In the end, it is unlikely there was hidden meaning in her original statement.
She would have given you a lot more than what she did in that statement were she interested in you.
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