So I meet this guy on a dating site (please no one judge me on this, if you don't like them that's your choice) he seemed great, we got speaking for a few weeks and then he asked me out on a date. We went for a drink last Monday, it went ok wasn't ground shaking but we both had a good time. He sent me a text when he got home saying he'd had a nice time, he'd like to see me again and he hoped I'd got home safe.
Spent the next couple of days talking and then on Friday he asked me on a second date. We organised to go bowling but then what he said next I found unexpected and unsure on how to react. He said would you like my address so you can get picked up from mine or you can even stay over.
Now I have no issue with this but I normally like to get to know someone a bit better before staying over. However I thought to myself I'll go bowling and see how the night goes. So not to cause a fuss I took his address. So the second date is all sorted and organised.
I don't hear from him at all over the weekend but I just guess he's busy and got more important things to do. I sent him a quick message on Sunday asking how he was. He replied but seemed a bit distant from normal and seemed to end the conversation as soon as he could.
Then this morning, Tuesday, two days before the date he sends me a text to cancel saying "Sorry Im going to have to cancel Thursday. I've kinda met someone who i really like and i want to see how things go with them.".
I can kind of understand this but why the hell organise a date and invite someone to your house to stay over, give your address out and then decide to cancel last minute. Surely if he wasn't interested he knew that, so why not call it off after the first date. To be honest I'm not all that bothered, I didn't have an overwhelming desire to have a relationship with him but was willing to give things a go and see how things went. I'm just more intrigued to know what was going on, what he was thinking. Was the qu
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I think he was genuinely interested in you. But, he then found a girl he was more interested in.
Oh, well, There's plenty more fish, as they say.1