By cinthyaolvera | May 11 2015
I met this guy when we where on high school and we have that strange thing but we weren't dating and after few months we were just friends.
We stop seeing each other 3 months ago, but 2 weeks ago we met casually at college, we talk for like 10 minutes and then we leave.
The thing is, two days ago, he asked me if i wanted to go to a dinner with his parents and his cousin next friday... and I don't know what to think.
By dinnergo | Apr 23 2015
This is not really a question.
I have been speaking to this guy and we text and also spoke on the phone couple of times. he seems pretty alright.
then, he asked for my pictures cos he doesn't really know how I look like and he said that physical attraction is important. so I sent him some pictures and he said I looked dressed up and mature and then i sent other one and immediately, he said i am going to have dinner now, be right back. he went offline. it was so abrupt, like straight after i sent my picture. I was like okay, sorry but i cant help feeling like my ego is bruised.
Online dating can be so hurtful sometimes.
By missy_2 | Apr 15 2015
Had a great first date with a guy the other Friday night. both of us got on great and had lots of fun. he organised the date, followed up etc.
I texted him the next day to say i had fun and if he wants to do it again let me know.
He replied saying he had a great time and would love to do it again. A few texts back and forth over the next few days but no 2nd date confirmed.
I texted him last night in a cheeky text saying come have a drink with me Saturday night.. and not to say maybe.
He texted me this:
"Ahh Bollocks, I wish i coudl say Maybe, I've got to say no though sorry :( I've got dinner on Saturday. I might be able to do Sunday but I'm going riding and dunno when I'll be back. Not sure if you are free though? Next weekend?
By stylishgal | Mar 27 2015
he is my best friends best friend. we met for the first time, hit it off, flirted then he added me on Facebook and asked for my number the next day. we both made it clear to the common best friend that all we wanted was a casual relationship. we texted and snap chatted for a couple of days after then he asked me to dinner. we made out a bit after dinner and he called me over the next day. we hooked up but he didn't call after. i bumped into him a week later and he tried hiding from me but it didn't work.
By ainirajaazmi | Mar 15 2015
I've met this guy on Tinder. At first we were talking continuously and then I stopped replying him. Then after 2 months, he texted me again saying that he is still interested in meeting me. So I gave him my number. I noticed that he's not really much of a texter at the beginning and that his Whatsapp last seen was not always active.
So on our first date, we clicked very easily and we had a very fun time talking about our future and jobs and about our interests. When he reached for the bill, I didn't offer for my half and he said that the next time will be my treat (?). then after the first date he texted saying how much he enjoyed meeting me. Then the next few days we texted more often (but not everyday) and I noticed that for someone who doesn't like to text he actually start to text a little bit more with me. And then we decided to meet the weekend after our first date but then I cancelled it and say to reschedule but he doesn't reply me. after 6 days of my unrespond text, I texted him again to see if he still interested. Immediately after I said "hi how are you" and he said "oh I've been really busy this past days". Note that I know he is quite busy because everytime I text him he will be at the library preparing for interview and his assignments. And then he said he wanted to see me again. So after 3 weeks of not seeing each other we finally meet on a Wednesday. I think we got more comfortable and we had a laugh. So I offer to pay for the dinner as he paid for the last one. But he insist on paying and said I should pay for the movies instead. But in the end I pay for my own ticket and he paid for his.
At the end of the second date, he asked me what is my plan for the weekend and saying that he might be free. And so I said to him if he is free, then let me know because most of the time he is busier than me. and the weekdays we texted almost everyday and we meet again on that Saturday. I can feel that he begin to touch me and kiss my cheeks (he never did this before) so I assume he started to like me. Oh and for the dinner I offer to pay for my half and he said okay. So after the third date, I texted him saying I had a great time and he said that he regretted not being close with me, which I assume he interested in me. So it's been a week after our 3rd date and u haven't heard from him! I noticed his Whatsapp is somewhat active for someone who doesn't really like to text. But he mentioned to me before that he doesn't like to text.
By chbreyes | Mar 05 2015
He texted me: "How about Saturday afternoon and then a casual dinner?" I replied 90mins later:"I just left you a voice message but it cut me off" and than 15mins after that I texted "Leaving work now. I am FREE on Sat. I do not have to go to the Music Hall as I said in my voice message. I am really looking forward to spending time with YOU." this was all at 4:30pm and now 9am next morning still have not heard anything from him
By tay_skill | Feb 12 2015
I have been dating a guy for three months now. Things have progressed pretty quick. We see each other five times a week if not more. I met all of his best friends from almost the get go, he has met my parents, and last week asked me to meet his sister and brother in law which is a big deal for him because he tends to keep his love life and family life separate unless he feels like things are getting serious. The other night after a few drinks and in the heat of a moment I whispered "I love you." When I woke up the next day I had a pit in the bottom of my stomach. I didn't want to be the first one to say it, and I don't even know if he heard me. We got together after work as always, made dinner, and everything seemed normal. He never made any mention of my three little words which leads me to believe he did not hear me say it. Knowing him, he would bring it up and say something like "Do you remember what you said last night?" in his jokingly taunting tone. Should I even bring up that I said anything, or just let things run their course? I also never thought I would be the girl to fall in love in three months, but I guess crazier things have happened. Let me just note that I would really like to say it at a later time when it is more appropriate and I was not looking for him to say it back by any means. Just because I feel this way already does not mean he should as well.
By littlejosepilk | Feb 11 2015
Me and the guy I'm dating have been together for 5 months. He's a sweet, genuine guy and takes me out to dinner at least once a week and insists on paying. He's not very open about his feelings, and we've had no 'I love you' yet or anything like that. I'm happy with where we are. However, I was talking to him the other day and he said he 'doesn't do' valentines day. He's going to spend the night at his friends house which is apparently a tradition for him. He told me he detests it as a holiday. I said I like it, and the only thing he could say was 'sorry'. Do I have a right to be annoyed? I'm predicting myself spending valentines day alone, all of my best friends have boyfriends so I can't find a friend to spend it with. I know it'll be very upsetting.
By annaj | Feb 03 2015
So I invited him over for dinner at my place. 3rd time meeting him. Had to cancel making dinner because I need to work late. He texted back "can I bring pizza over'? I said ok. He said "see you then with massage slippers and a martini."
By colin | Feb 02 2015
I'm in the friend zone? or he want to doing it slow?
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By dannielle89 | Jan 13 2015
I've been out on three dates with this guy.
The first date was drinks, we had a good time and he texted me three days later saying he wanted to go out again.
The second date was dinner and a drive. I ended up spending the night at his house. He texted me two days later.
Third date was last night, wouldn't really call it a date though, he came over for the night. He is going away this weekend and asked if he will see me before he leaves, I said ok. When we was leaving he gave me a kiss and ask I text him tomorrow. (He had also previously asked if he could come over the next day).
By 2015isgonnarock | Jan 12 2015
I went out of town for NYE. I'm separated and have small kids. At the end of the night I started talking to this extremely attractive guy, but he's 7 years younger than I am. I told him I have kids. He didn't care. I told him that I'm much older than he is. He didn't care. Said he wanted to see me again, got my number. Invited me to his place, but it didn't happen since I was too drunk. Texted me the next day, asking me to come over and hang out. But I couldn't. The chances of this working out are probably slim because of the distance (400 miles approx) and timing. But when he smiled at me from across the room, wow. And our personalities and values are pretty identical.
By allyg08 | Jan 07 2015
A few months ago a guy started as a new manager at work. Since then we have started hanging out a bit and become what seems pretty close. We go out every week to the same restaurant and bar, have gone out for drinks, dinner and even brunch before on other occasions- the last time we went out was with one of his friends and the friends girlfriend. He also brings me small surprises sometimes (coffee, cookies, candies, trinket things he thinks I'd find funny). People at work jokingly ask if we are dating; He usually pays for dinner and drinks when we go out, and his attention is usually on me the whole time when we are out, but he hasn't made any moves or said anything to show interest.
By kaylap416 | Jan 04 2015
Follow up to my other recent question i posted.
By ere1789 | Dec 29 2014
A guy I used to see a few years ago started talking to me again this past summer. We don't live in the same state anymore, and I didn't see any problem with catching up with him. We started talking almost every day. We would check in with each other about work and what not, he became someone I would text when I wanted advice or just to cheer up a little bit. He also made me smile; he would be funny, complimentary, and follow up on conversations. We agreed when he was home for Xmas break we would hang out. The whole time I've been pretty excited to see him. We finally met up and it seemed like he was completely uninterested in me in person.