I recently went on a first, kinda blind date with a girl I met online. She was really nice, and I feel like we hit it off OK. We talked a lot and I got her to laugh a lot. But the date ended kinda abruptly, as if she had spotted some kinda deal-breaker or something. I mean, it was all polite and stuff, but yea, we just kinda left and went our separate ways without so much as a hug goodbye.
I was getting some pretty negative vibes at that parting, like she really wanted to get out of there. Though, I could just be paranoid.
Basically, what I'm asking is should I still send the 2-day after text saying I had a good time and we should do it again? Wouldn't that make me kinda a clueless loser if she secretly had a rotten time until she couldn't stand it anymore and left?
I think I might have been too passive or something. I dunno.
Should I just let it go? I mean, it was a blind first date, I'm not attached to her in any way, I wouldn't be sad if I never saw her again. Though she was pretty good looking and nice... but just cause I saw potential doesn't mean I'm desperate here.
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I think you should casually chat with her when you text her, if she seems responsive ask her if not just leave it alone. However she could have had a minor emergency, unless the date went wrong after you said or did something, it may have been TOTALLY unrelated to you. I remember that once when I was on a date, my cat got into a bucket of paint (my roommates were painting there bedroom and didn't lock the door so they texted me, apologizing saying they had everything under control) I didn't want the guy to think I was a freak and so I didn't want to say "Hey, my cat might be running around my apartment covered in lilac purple" so I tried to get the date over with, I "think" I did a good job of not hurrying but I don't know so, it could be unrelated to you. Or you could've offended her without knowing it so think over the conversation in your head. Either way a friendly text can't hurt.0