Yesterday I was on a second date with a guy I really really like. We didn't kiss on our first date and, since I really wanted to kiss him and have no problem with making the first move, I figured I'll do it on the second date. I invited him over my place and we had a great time... but still no kiss. I wasn't sure if he friend-zoned me or just wanted to wait. I gave him all the green lights, but still nada. On the way out, we looked at each other and even before I leaned forward to give him that hiss, he turned his cheek. :O He then left and I felt... bad. He was on his skates, so after like 5 mins I sent him a text "How fast can you come back so I can give you a proper kiss? :) ". He didn't came back. He then texted me that he already got home, with a shy emoticon. I then said "What is you address? I'm gonna take a cab and come over just to kiss you.". He replied "You're not gonna come over for a kiss! :P We'll leave it for next time." I then said "Are you saying you don't want to kiss? Because I really need to kiss you right now. :)" and he said "Don't make look a douche." And that was it. I fucked it up. I feel so embarrassed! I'm pretty sure he will never call me again. Did I completely turned him off by being this pushy? Gosh, I regret it so much. Is there anything I could do to redeem myself?
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Don't regret it. By his conversations with you afterwards he doesn't seem upset by it. I'm not sure why he turned his cheek (most guys wouldn't) but there could be any number of reasons. Don't have regrets or loose your self confidence over this though. Next time you're together, just ask him nicely about it. Say "did I move too fast last time by trying to kiss you?" I'm assuming that's all this was, it was just too soon for him (some guys, although rare, don't move very quickly). It's possible he doesn't like you enough yet (no spark) but he did say "next time" so I don't think that's it. He's just not ready yet. I'd love to meet someone like you that's not afraid to make the first move lol.0
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