upandup143

HERE'S THE DEAL...

I know i've been posting/first dates a lot lately but last night I finally met a guy I liked/good first date and he seemed to really like me to. We texted quite a bit before (i had to put off our actual date a whole week bc I had so many other dates) he brought up it was nice to *finally* meet me mult times and kept pressing about my "busy week" but I didn't give him details that I want on other dates obv. Just that I had hobby related/friends moved to town etc.

We got on the topic of online dating and I told him I just don't reply to a lot of guys anymore bc I get really strange/rude messages often. I also said sometimes people don't seem the same(personality wise) that comes off in their profiles. He said for him girls have been consistent personality wise, but sometimes he's just not attracted in person. We agreed girls get more cr*p/annoying things to deal online that guys do. I told him meeting him has't been one of the "miss matched" (profile personality not matching real life personality) experiences like my other dates and he said that was good.

Anyways he made reservations at a restaurant and confirmed a few days in advance and set me all info (place, time, address) he even offered to pick me up, but I declined as he's still a stranger and I wasn't comfortable getting into his car without ever meeting him. We had a nice dinner/covo. He even "extended the date" bc it was pretty early in the evening still so we went another place for coffee and talked some more. He also offered to drive me home. At this point I said yes bc I did feel comfortable and I have a good instinct about people.

He's out of town next weekend, but during the car ride to my place he asked if i'd be interested in getting together again during the weekday bc he was leaving for the weekend. I said yes, and any day is good for me except Tuesdays bc I have my hobby/class I go to. So we agreed for Wednesday. I told him what time I usually get home by and he said for me to think of something I'd like to do. ( I'm pretty sure he said he would try to think of something too).When he dropped me off he actually got out of the the car to say good bye to me outside of it. We hugged (and he did NOT have a move to kiss me which I appreciated) we said we had a good time, and we mentioned seeing eachother Wednesday again. I thanked him and went inside.

He texted me when he got home that night below.

Dating Question

NOW I'M WONDERING...

I texted the next day and got this response. It took him awhile to respond (watching the game I assume) and that was the end of the convo. Does he still seem interested?

Should I hold off on texting and see if he brings up meeting up on Wednesday? I do have a date idea that i'd like to do with him. Should I mention it, or just wait for him to text me?

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abbigael

HERE'S THE DEAL...

Well, we went out and now we are talking again. I still like him, but I don't know about him still liking me back. He asked me if I like him a didn't answer. Now he is asking all of my friends! He said he liked this other girl and when I asked him if he liked me he way over reacted. Now I don't know what to do.

NOW I'M WONDERING...

Does he still like me?

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xerot1

Over reaction is a good sign.

girl444

NOW I'M WONDERING...

I have a male new friend(just friends at this pint I think), and his texts have started to give me compliments (not about my looks just about stuff I do) and he started using words like lovely. Like he says hope that you are having a lovely day! he never used the word lovely until recently. Is this a good sign that he could be liking me as more? and don't say unless he asks you out he doesn't because we have a friendship right now and he is the type of guy that only dated women that he knew for quite a while before he would date them or have a relationship. so I want to know if his changing the way he is writing to me like using words like lovely and such means anything or not

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girl444

point not pint, sorry I typed too fast. lol

jazzfishy

Probably not, no.

g_love12

No

torirule

its nice to get messages like that but to be honest I don't think it means anything. I've had those kinds of messages and thought the same thing but it never went any further than that. I always find that actions speak louder than words, so body language and time spent etc is more meaningful in figuring out if a guy is into you.

anthony

I wouldn't take it to mean much. In general, I think guys wanna be affectionate with girls. It's fun and it ...lets off steam, let's say. Maybe he feels like it's finally safe to do so at this point of your friendship of your friendship. If you're thinking that you need to signal more hints to him, I wouldn't. He's already had it on his mind by the way you're describing.

girl444

Thank you. And Anthony what should I do then I'd you think he has had it on his mind? Just wait for him?

xerot1

I dunno, I don't tend to use words that can cause misunderstanding when I text girls. If I like them then I'll start using words like pretty, cute, and sexy.

ulalapineapple

HERE'S THE DEAL...

Here's the thing. I texted this guy back in march (which make us months of texting each other) and since then we keep texting. We text each other like every day and every single hour and minutes talking about life's , break ups and what we are doing. He help me a lot during my dark times. He also often tell me how appreciated he was talking with me. Its vice versa for both of us. We never meet each other because we lived in different country. We have the same passion in everything he always said we've got chemistry. Sometimes he texts can be flirty sometimes sweet and sometimes caring like everyday and every morning he would text what im doing just for checking me up he even updated with photos and texts what he is doing and everyday i would sleep looking at his goodnight text. He even open up about his ex's to me. Is this signs telling me he like me or something else? Or its just a friend thing? Friends wouldn't text this long right? I'm tired of this and I don't know if I can't stop this because I start to grow feelings to him. Im in a complicated relationship with him. Help me.

NOW I'M WONDERING...

Can we be truthful towards our feelings? Or its just me feeling like this?

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girl444

I feel that he likes you as more than a friend. Some guys are shy and need to know first that you like them so that they are not rejected, there is one user on here that always tells everyone that unless the guy asks you out, he doesn't like you. I disagree with that. I think some more shy types are afraid to get rejected and need signs that the woman likes him. Not by asking him out, but flirting slightly and giving him compliments often.

ulalapineapple

But we did that a lot. We compliment each other and you know he always ask what is the best for him to wear and what kind of hairstyle he should do and others. He always did the one that I told him to do. And that makes me compliment him more. And I always make a wall barrier so that he would be the one who make the first initiative. Even if we did have done thefirst move I think it would be too dangerous. We could ruin our friendship and I couldn't live with the fact not having him in my life. What kind of flirty moves should I do really? And thanks for your advice I really appreciate it

torirule

you say he lives in another country and you've never met him....so how did you start texting him and why??

girl444

I didn't realize he lives in another country. Are u ever going to get to see him even if he likes you that way? It's a good question to ask u r self. But flirt by just saying something cutesy like maybe it's good right now I don't see that outfit in person because you look too good in it then say lol or a wink symbols

clover014

HERE'S THE DEAL...

So, me and this guy have been dating for 6 months so far, and as soon as school started, he hasn't been able to walk me home or even hang out with me through out the week & I understand were he is coming from, but yesterday he wanted to go to the fair and I said yeah, it was sometime around 4 that he asked when six o clock came, I became impatient, cause he was taking for ever you know. So I tested him if we are going or not and he said yeah but not right now for whatever reason. I was tired of waiting, so I just canceled on him. He said he was sorry & all but he has been doing it a lot lately, and it's just pathetic that I'm here waiting for him for like hours only to know that he is still going to drag.

NOW I'M WONDERING...

Today he asked me to go with again to the fair, I don't even know if I should go? How do I tell him that I'm getting tired of him making me wait for hours, and it's annoying me, and upsetting me so much.

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girl444

you need to turn the tables and start ignoring him a little bit and see if he comes around

xerot1

Lol I have a friend like that. He says 2 hours but takes like 4 hours. Annoying as hell. I stop hanging out with him and just see him when I see him lol.

rxbfan04

don't play games! just tell him that while you understand that he is busy, you're busy as well and you don't appreciate that he makes you wait around for him. if you've been dating for 6 months you need to be able to be open and share you it makes you feel. just ignoring him is childish and stooping to his level. be the adult and tell him how you feel.

torirule

I think cancelling on him was appropriate. I've dated guys (and have a couple of female friends) that do this. They aren't that committed to plans, it's more like an option and they'll come along if they feel like it at the time. I have learned to consider whether it's a deal breaker or not. Do I still want to be friends with them even if this behaviour will never change. If the answer is yes, then I make sure I always have a plan B whenever I make plans with them so if they don't show up I do plan B. If the answer is no, I just stop seeing that person because it's not worth getting upset all the time.

jazzfishy

Tell him exactly that!

shirleylilianabolivarrodriguez

NOW I'M WONDERING...

Ok i have been talking with a guy for four months and he is cbut ute and polite with me.
The last thing that he did was sent me a picture telling me dont forget me.im sxared he wont talk to me anymore or if he really meams that he want me not to forget. Can u. please help.me i.would appreciate it
Ah before i.forget the pic was him in a very nice pose

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xerot1

Uuuhh is he going somewhere far away??? Just keep talking to him and see if he make any move.

shirleylilianabolivarrodriguez

He lives in another city,and he his job is traveling around my country.

xerot1

Seem like is going to be a lot of work. If u like him and think u can manage long distance I say give it a try.

shirleylilianabolivarrodriguez

Sometimes i want to stop because it is no that easy a. Long distance relation but i really like this guy

xerot1

I have did 2 long distance before and both didn't really work out for me, but if you like him alot than give it a try.

xerot1

I still had fun and made good memories even though it didn't work out. And didn't regretted at all, but both time were mutual break ups.

xerot1

I really like this quote from Lord of the Rings that I always follow by when talking to girls. " I would rather share one lifetime with you than face all the ages of his world alone" -Arwen

shirleylilianabolivarrodriguez

Yes i will travel to.his city in december

shirleylilianabolivarrodriguez

Yes sure thank u

shazelsmith

HERE'S THE DEAL...

OK so I need some feedback here..I have been seeing a guy for 10 months we are not exclusive and I have grown to like him very much. I have been dating other guys but I really like this one guy, the problem is he is not looking for a relationship. I think he is seeing other girls too but I have not asked. I see him on a biweekly basis sometimes weekly. We usually hang out to hook up because its what we both want. So when he texts me I usually assume he wants to hang out since he doesn't text everyday but at least every week I hear from him to hang out. We have a good relationship because its what we both wanted when we met, yet I know I have become somewhat attached but I don't show it.

Last I heard from him was this past Tuesday he asked to hang out but I couldn't so I said maybe Thursday or Friday he said "OK". Come Thursday/Friday I did not text him nor did he text me. Today he text me asked me "how I was" ...I said "good...how about u". He said he was busy at work and that he wanted to hang out with me Friday but got caught up at work. He asked me "what r u doing all day"? I replied that I was at a place and would be there till 4:30-5. I am assumed he was asking bec. he wanted to hang out after work (he works till 5). I asked what time he was leaving, he said "hopefully 5". I replied "u think later" and that I wouldn't be available until about 5:15-5:30 and I asked if he was in the area ....he works by me but lives about 30 minutes away. He replied that he had to be home by 6pm (had something to do) and couldn't hang out late. So I replied "OK another time". His reply was "K".

NOW I'M WONDERING...

I know I jumped the gun assuming he was asking to hang out....is that the impression u get? I am a bit embarressed and I was annoyed with his reponse reason I said "another time". He uses that stupid "K" sometimes but not often not sure if he got annoyed with me because maybe he wanted me to meet up for a few minutes? However maybe he really did just want to see "how I was" today without trying to meet up?

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g_love12

I think all that is irrelevant. Why continue seeing a guy when you clearly have different relationship goals?

shazelsmith

Maybe his relationship goals may change. However, its not like I am not dating...I have been. I just haven't found someone I can connect with like I have with him. The minute he and I met we connected.

g_love12

Usually when a guy says he doesn't want a relationship, that's his way of letting you down easy...

torirule

it sounds like he's treating you very casual and that you are just a hook up buddy. the problem for a lot of women (and I have been there so I'm not judging) is that when you have sex with someone for a while you start to become attached and have feelings for them and feel like you 'have a connection'. But this guy is not into you in a romantic way at all by the sounds of it. It's just f***ing.

torirule

also, these guys will check in with you once a week or so even if they don't have time to or intend to hook up with you that week, just to keep in touch. They like to reassure themselves that you'll still be there as an option for sex in the future.

jhops TOP COMMENTER

What you leave to the last minute, takes only a minute. It sounds like you're his last minute booty. I agree with @g_love12. If you want something more now, it's not going to work out. It sucks, but you should cut your losses now before you get too deep into it.

tee_2 TOP COMMENTER

Agreed with torirule. He's treating you very casually, you're exactly a f-buddy, no more no less. He wasn't asking you ou

tee_2 TOP COMMENTER

Opps,,,he wasn't asking you out. With the kind of relationship that you two have, he won't be shy to express what he wants. He was just busy or not in the mood.

shazelsmith

thank you all ....I agree with all comments and I think part of me knows the truth (its just a hook up)!

girl444

actually if you randomly stop the hookups and texting, you would see if he tries to get you. if he says lets hook up or get together, you could say cant do that, but u can take me to lunch. and see what he does, its the only way you will know if he would ever do more

julianasalamone

HERE'S THE DEAL...

so i facebook messaged this guy i'm into and i don't really know what to talk to him about. So I asked him about the things he liked like guitar, piano, cross country and his plans for the weekend. It was a nice talk. Until he said he liked my hair color which made me like too over excited. SO i said thanks and i gtg so talk to you later? And he said yeah sure. The next day I messaged him again and when we were done talking I said " ttyl? " again and he said only "ya" And hes soooo smart smarter than i am so what should i say or talk to him about i'm so scared i might say the wrong thing.

NOW I'M WONDERING...

how do i get him to like me? what do I talk to him about or ask him on facebook? whats the diffference between yeah sure and ya?

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upandup143

ok #1 don't put yourself down like that "he's smarting than I am". It's great to have a crush on a guy but no need to idolize/put him up on some pedestal. It doesn't seem like you said anything wrong. Don't drive yourself crazy with the difference between "yeah" and "ya" either. It was most likely nothing. Is he asking you questions back? Try to go off the normal flow of the convo. Do you go to school together/classes? Talk about certain teachers, school sports teams, anything going on in your town.

torirule

you can't get a guy to like you by messaging him on facebook. he may just be replying to be polite. how do you know him? do you interact with him in your real life?

girl444

You get a guy to like you by slightly complimenting him(not too much though) and then acting cute but like it doesn't matter to you if he answers or not. like being sweet, fun, cutesy, and slightly complimentary in a playful way but not too serious and texts should be short at first unless he makes his longer

julianasalamone

HERE'S THE DEAL...

i fb messaged my crush and at the end, the first time i said; " talk to you later?" and he said sure. The next day when i asked the same thing he said only "ya".

NOW I'M WONDERING...

Is there a difference? What does this mean?

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girl444

he sounds like he is trying to act cool. maybe add this- great, I look forward to your text to me!

xerot1

He could just think of you as a friend. I text k, kk, and ya all the time. It Cuz most of the time I'm just tired and want to end the conversation with my friends.

calligher

HERE'S THE DEAL...

So, I posted before and this is an update:

I like this guy, 5 years older than me (I'm 19). He is pretty shy.

I started talking to him and we had some good conversations. Then I invited him over to play a video game. We had fun, and he asked me to do it again the next day. So we did. This time we got a little bit closer and we joked around a lot more.

A week goes by, and I saw him in a group setting, he teased me a bit. I don't initiate anything for 3 days and today he asked me if I wanted to hang out and play video games this weekend.

He came over tonight and stayed late. He sits close to me and we make eye contact and hold it. We joke around a lot and it's just fun. He doesn't try to make any moves, though.

NOW I'M WONDERING...

Does he like me or is he just being friendly? It's so hard to deal with because he does stuff like sitting close to me and teasing me and laughing with me and I don't know why he would do all of this if he didn't like me, but why hasn't he made a move? Should I say something? Help!

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siva

Hi, from a man's perspective, he clearly likes you. But he hasn't made his move yet, despite having plenty of opportunity. There could be a number of reasons, not just being shy. He might like you but there isn't enough chemistry yet to ask you out. Remember, if he hasn't asked you out, don't assume anything. The question is, although you like him, is this the kind of man you want to be with? If the shy guy is your thing, which is perfectly reasonable, then this is how it might be if/when you're in a relationship with him. In my experience, this lack of indecision would drive a lot of women mad during the relationship. If you want to continue, my advice would be to call him out, as if you were in a game of poker. That way, you won't be driven nuts by wondering what's going on. This would be to create tension by challenging him and see if he rises to the challenge. If he asks you to play video games again, I would reply with something like "enough with the games, try something else." It's brave but at least you'll know.

calligher

I don't mind his shy nature, it's what drew me to him in the first place. I am shy, too. I just want to know if I approached him or made a move, would he reciprocate? We have mutual friends and I don't want to have to deal with rejection with them possibly knowing about it.

torirule

he is already making moves slowly, by inviting you to hang out and by sitting close to you, give you eyes etc. be patient and he'll kiss you soon. if you don't wanna be rejected don't be the aggressor, just be patient! I know it's hard though when you really like him. Just continue to flirt and have a good time when you're together.

calligher

I guess you're right torirule. It's just so hard to be patient! He came over last night and we were sort of leaning up against each other. It's so frustrating! :P I enjoy it though, so hey, can't complain too much.

girl444

Torirule always give the best advice I find. If he is shy I promise you that is you push or act aggressive he will run. it happened to me once. you need to have great conversation with this guy that is intellectual, playful, cute, sweet, and then start reving up the sexy in subtle ways like maybe giving looks to him more and smiling

xerot1

I'm pretty shy myself and I can tell you that all shy guy will make a move eventually.

calligher

Thanks everyone. I feel better knowing that me not pushing it is the right thing to do. Just wondering though, when he got home last night he texted me to say goodnight, and he said, "Talk to you later :)". He never texted me today. I'm just wondering if that means anything? Is he waiting for me to text..?

chrysalids

HERE'S THE DEAL...

I am going to a party tomorrow where my ex is attending,as well as his other ex, aka. the girl he dated after me. Or, the girl he left me for. We broke up like two years ago but he was my first love so I could never get over this. I don't talk to him anymore at all.

NOW I'M WONDERING...

How should I prepare or react in the situation tomorrow? OMG

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odaloo_2

Be pleasant to both people, but if its too hard to be around them then try to avoid a situation where you would have to talk to them extensively. Stay close to your friends! Have fun and try not to worry too much, sounds like you're doing alright without him :) do have fun!!

lolwut

just have a blast so he knows you're fine without him

clover014

Go have fun ! Show him you are doing great without him. If you feel like it go flirt with some people but don't do it in fromnt of his face. He will assume that you aren't doing well and just trying to make him jealous, but you guys aren't together anymore. Just forget that he is there and gave fun!

lolwut

HERE'S THE DEAL...

i have a massive problem with turning a guys gesture of kindness into him liking me. it's a terrible habit. there's this guy from school i started to like since he was treating me like he liked me. he walks me to class even when it's completely out of his way. he touches me a lot. we text a lot. i started liking him. i thought he liked me too. i was wrong. he likes our friend.

NOW I'M WONDERING...

help. was i wrong to assume he liked me. am i wrong to say that just because he doesn't like me now doesn't mean he ever will

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odaloo_2

Reading signs wrong is always tough, but its an honest mistake and happens to everyone at some point so don't take it too personally. Its hard to predict how other people will feel later, so its not something that you can get your hopes up for. You never know what will happen though and he may feel differently later on. Hope all goes well for you :)

jhops TOP COMMENTER

It happens. Dust it off. Read what you wrote again. He likes your friend. You cannot help how you feel, but you cannot control how others feel too. Don't go out of your way thinking he is going to change or come around. There will be other boys for you, you just have to accept this and move on.

siva

I don't think your problem is, as you write, turning a guy's gesture of kindness into him liking you. I am sorry to say, I agree with jhops. He doesn't like you in that way, but I'd be surprised if he didn't realise you liked him.

lolwut

thanks guys. really helpful advice :)

confused_o_o

HERE'S THE DEAL...

Last year I dated a sophomore and I was a freshman. We dated for about a month, but it was a pretty serious month. We had been talking for about 2 months before that and about 2 weeks into the relationship he told me that he loved me. I was shocked but said I love you too because I didn't know what to do and this was my first serious relationship and only my second bf. also he never took me out on any dates we only hung out at his house or at the park. but the only thing we did was talk and makeout. I being fairly new to dating was not entirely comfortable with this but I enjoyed it (not to be weird). Anyway I got very uncomfortable with it so i broke up with him not because i didn't like him but because i wasn't comfortable with our relationship. We ended up not talking for a while and it has been about almost 6 months since we last talked. We are now both on the cross country team and i see him a lot. Also we have a lot of friends in common so we sometimes will be hanging out with the same group. a few days ago i started talking to him, over text, again and things have been okay. But a lot of the girls on the team who are now seniors and juniors (he is a junior now too) talk about him a lot and say how him and this one girl (who he has been best friends with for 4 years) would make a cute couple, are gonna get married, etc. I do get jealous and mad when they talk about it. And mostly i just miss talking to my ex and i don't want to be that stereotypical person who is like i made a mistake please take me back.

NOW I'M WONDERING...

Please help me i don't know what to do. I don't know if i still like hi, or if i just miss him or if me being jealous is bringing back feelings? Please help and respond quickly!

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annastasia0207

You just miss him because you don't have him anymore. There was a reason you broke up with him. Always remind yourself of that and try to focus your attention on something else (or someone else..in my experience, the best way to get over a guy is to start focusing all your desires on to a different guy. Still haven't quite figured out if that 's the best way to go about it though lol). When your friends talk about him, walk away and go get a sip of water or start talking to someone else. You're just going to lead him on and then get back into a relationship that you don't feel comfortable with and that isn't okay for either parties involved. If he brings up getting back together, then maybe you can talk with him about and you both can figure out whether or not it would be different if you got back together again but for now, try to move on. Every girl goes through this at some point in their lives with someone they broke up with simply because they miss someone giving them affection and paying attention to them, but you broke up with him for a reason and you'll get over it.

alicia_3

NOW I'M WONDERING...

Hey, I'm 16 and I am socially awkward when it comes to guys. I have no idea how to flirt or even hold a nice conversation with a cute guy. Are there any tips someone can give me?

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upandup143

Basic complements are a good start " I really like your hat" " that shirt looks nice on you!" " looking handsome in that" etc

odaloo_2

Some of my friends swear by the 'fake it til you make it' strategy. Sometimes pretending that you are confident helps to build real confidence!

upandup143

HERE'S THE DEAL...

Been in two dates with this guy and they went well. I think he's funny and goofy but maybe not a good bf match for me.

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NOW I'M WONDERING...

How to I avoid this? I don't actually want to teach him to dance and I always thought he was joking... Last I told him I said I wasn't qualified to teach

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torirule

just keep making it seem like a joke. say 'lol no way i suck at 2step haha' or 'i have no idea how to teach that lol'. or you can just change/ignore the topic or tease him about it like "haha you're pretty keen! sounds like you need to get along to some dance classes".

jhops TOP COMMENTER

If you don't see him as potential bf material, then just cut the poor guy off and tell him you love to continue to hang out as friends. Don't waste his time and play with his feelings.

siva

+1 @jhops

upandup143

The other thing is actually have a date tonight ( diff guy) and going to a speed dating event tomorrow night. So when he asked my weekend plans I obv didn't say that. I said I was going to dinner w friends ( last nigght) and then looking into tickets for a show. So it kinda looks like I'm wide open. He said he had no plans... Just grading.

upandup143

I just need some time for myself bc all these dates pile up so fast and I 0 desire to give this guy dance lessons, perhaps hang out again but no dance lessons.

annastasia0207

The thing about dating is that you don't have to do it....if you think you need to take time for yourself, take time for yourself. You don't have to go to speed dating tomorrow, you don't have to keep talking to guys on online dating sites, you don't have to give this guy dance lessons. Just tell him you've gotten really busy and just need to focus on yourself for right now. Don't stress yourself out over something as silly as having too many dates, that's just ridiculous. Personally, I think going on this many dates isn't a good idea because you're going to be so focused on the next date having a possibility of going better than a former one that you might miss out on a really great guy because you thought you might find something better.

jhops TOP COMMENTER

Girl, dating is about finding a good match, but you are overdoing it. Your life should be more than just landing a guy. If you are going out on dates to the effect that "all these dates pile up so fast" and you cannot catch a breather, you should be asking what you are doing. Yes, we say don't emotionally invest too much in the beginning and date other people, so you have options. As you go on better dates, you are supposed to weed out those that are not a good match. You shouldn't be keeping this guy around to hang out with him without making it clear you don't see him in a romantic way. You're not supposed to hurt them like how some guys who are players are doing to the girls here. If you have no intention and no interest in this guy like you said in your post ("not a good bf match"), then let him go. He obviously is interested in pursuing something romantic here if he wants you to give dance lessons. Don't hurt other people like how people have hurt you. Guys are human beings too. And don't lie to people. If you are going on a date/speed dating thing, just say you have plans. Be vague, but don't build any r/s (friendship/romantic relations) based on untruths.

torirule

it's a good point the others are making. if you don't see him as anything more than a friend and it seems like he's really keen, be honest and say something like 'it's been fun meeting you but I need to tell you that I'm only interested in friendship with you, nothing more' (that is if you are actually interested in being friends).

upandup143

I sent him a message through the dating website and was honest letting him know while I enjoyed our conversations I didn't feel there was a certain chemistry. He replied fairly with an actual text... (not online message like i sent) basically being cool about it saying no problemo and hoping i find what i'm looking for in love and life

torirule

do you feel relieved? good job with that message. sounds like you handled it very well.

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