what a jerk sorry that you went through that, he most likely is a coward and chickened out, may be he's not ready for a relationship or something serious you know? he's still in a boy stage where he's horny and doesn't know what he wants but still likes to flirt with women, he just does the talk but can't do the walk. I've seen a lot of guys like that. if you see him again just pretend you didn't see him and smile to yourself, be happy and just move on laugh with your friends and have a good time. don't let it show that it affected u, trust me its the best revenge for him.
Sorry to hear that, maybe something happened to him? Or he's just an a**hole. Could be either, or could be both.
I am sorry to hear that but he may have been busy.He may have had to work late or he may have already been involved with someone and didn't want to get caught.It could have been any reason.It is hard to tell just don't worry about him.You can get plenty of dates.So one jackass stood you up.Don't worry he wasn't good enough for you anyways and if it was meant to be it would've been
Because he got high.
Yeah, wow. What a flakey, crummy thing to do. Sorry that it happened to you.
I know someone who does this a lot (to a lot of people), and I'm not even dating her. The stance I've taken is that she's invited to things that are open invites. I don't hate her; I wish her the best. But, I don't make plans for anything special with her; I'm not rearranging my schedule. I choose things that I'd be interested in doing BY MYSELF; things that are "on the way" to meetings; Coffee houses are ideal as I can still get my drink, do a little reading, and prepare for my meeting. If she does show, fine, we'll hang for 20 minutes. But if she doesn't, I'll still enjoy my coffee and relax, or show up to my meeting early. I'm not setting aside any more time than I would want to lose.
If you still want anything to do with this guy (and that's up to you), you could consider that philosophy. Open invites; but let him earn your trust back. If he apologizes, accept; but don't sweat it... you still had fun at your restaurant or going to that movie, or whatever it was you guys were going to do on your date.
His loss. ;)
People often no-show on dates. It's rude, jerky, but happens about 1/4 to 1/2 of the time.
ah that's too bad. Most likely just chickened out. Moving on.
Something happened to him?