So I had my first date with this guy on Tuesday, he's only got this week off work so we planned just to have coffee as he had a load of stuff to get done.
We have coffee, it's absolutely great. We end up being the last in the cafe as it's closing and decide to wander round town for a little bit. I was making my way to my car, assuming after being there for 4 hours, that he had to get back.
He turns around and asks if I want to get dinner instead of going home, we were really getting on and I was loving his company so I agreed. We then spent all night in the restaurant and ended up leaving about midnight when they were shutting down too.
I thought this was all a really good sign, he had the perfect excuse to leave at any point but HE suggested extending the date.
Now, when i first started talking to this guy I was aware he was a... slow texter, it was annoying waiting 3-4 hours for a reply and I joked with him about this over dinner. He said it always got him into trouble with family and friends as he could soemtimes take days to reply.
At the end of the night he kisses me goodbye, walks me to my car and says he had a really fun time with me and said you have my number so text me if you wanna do it again sometime.
When I get home I realise that the bill for dinner never came to the table, so i waited a day and a bit to text him "Hey, just realised... did we skip out of the bill on tuesday?" he replied in 5 hours, "haha no, don't worry i took care of it before we left x"
I was out with friends at this point so didn't reply until like 1am when I got home, thanking him, saying I had a great time and said would he like to do it again sometime?
It has now been a whole day and I've not received a reply.
I'm not sure if i'm being overparanoid and silly when he's already explained how bad he is at texting. But surely if he liked me, wouldn't you reply sooner than that? How long do I wait?
I'm so confused!
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He was clear from the beginning that he takes a long time to text back.
So you got to either accept it, or tell him you can't deal with it and move on.
There's also a chance that he's lying about it. But I only time would tell.2