met this guy online, he seemed legit like he went to my college and everything ironically and well everything seemed cool. Met up with him and omg he was weird. Like I didn't like his mannerisms and he seemed like he didn't really have much of a life outside of work. Even had difficulty answering the question "what do you do for fun?"
I'm an outgoing person, and I talked because I don't like super long silences... but from the moment I met him I knew he wasn't attracted. He didn't even pay for my coffee. During the date he even said because we met on the plentyoffish dating site that I should "keep finishing" . And he mocked me. And also I told him some guy msged me on Facebook saying "do you want to be my boss?" 5 min later he said I should take this guy up on the offer.
I didn't think I was THAT ugly I honestly don't I mean for a guy like that SUPER DEPRESSING. yes he was cute but his personality and quirks made him a turn-off. I think I'm a good catch tho I have a good personality, I'm very nice and I'm pretty smart.
Can anybody help me recover from this date, sadly its the first "date" I've ever been on and I'm 20.
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You're not 20, you're 25 to 29... right?
The odds are that you're going to have bad dates off of plentyoffish.com because they don't really have any decent matching methods. A few lame quizzes, and still you have to do the searching for people who took that particular quiz and see if you're ''compatible'' according to this 15 question matching method.
Relaxing on a date is hard. Dates are considered formal these days anyway, so doing the coffee thing is the simplest way to bail early. Try getting out of a dinner and a playhouse opening with two or three friends on the cast, and reservations. The postmodern method is better.
When you've decided you don't like the person you're with, just enjoy the small talk, or do what I do. Politely f*** with them, if they're that bad at conversation. Then say how great a time you've had but there's this other person you've been meeting for drinks and you've decided to date them. No hard feelings, you just don't feel like you'll be eating fondue with them anytime soon.
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