Met this guy at a church function a year ago, chatted and found him mildly annoying. Out of the blue he phones me, asks me to dinner and being the nice person I am, I said yes (Why do I always have to be nice?). I already know from the 50 minutes he kept me on the phone that I do not want a second date. He is separated and that alone turns me off - I'm divorced and do not believe in dating married men. He already has us as a couple and is talking about cooking breakfast - HELP! How do I put a stop to this? I don't want to hurt him, but he never shuts up and is always putting down his ex. I tried to change the subject, but then he just went on about all his medical problems. I'm only 53 and he's around 59 I'm guessing. I have not dated since my ex and I split six years ago so I'm out of practice. What do I tell him?
I have a dinner date with someone I met a year ago...
I went to dinner with J. He was friendly and definitely made an effort to look nice, but committed the number one dating sin - he moaned incessantly about his wife (it was the longest meal of my life!). After dinner I insisted on leaving the tip and while he paid the bill, I silently rehearsed my spiel. I thanked him for a lovely meal and told him I don`t feel comfortable dating someone who is still married and who does not want divorce. Despite his objections, I stood my ground. Glad I did.
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