I finally got her out on a date and I used to always have that "edge" over her, where I was sarcastic, teased her, made jokes/comments that made it seem like she was chasing me, which she loved. But on the actual date, I was too nice. I was trying to show her that I am datable and as a result I felt I was too gentlemanly and that turned her off. It's been over a month and now we mostly ignore each other when we see each other around (four or five times since) and have had no contact since.
It's been really bothering. I felt like I really could have been with this girl. I mean, she so gets my humor. I just really messed up on the date, was nice and boring and it's eating away at me. But now that a month's gone by without any interaction, is it too much to hope that maybe if I start my old ways again that she'll come around?
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I understand where you're coming from-Im the same way with a guy at work, sarcastic, fighting, playing around, but haven't gone on a date.
Honestly, do you REALLY believe that just because you were a gentleman on the date she thinks you are a totally different person than you are when you're joking around? If she does she doesn't know you as well as she thought she did. How do you know it turned her off? maybe she's waiting for you to make another date. I don't know the circumstances, but maybe things are awkward because she doesn't know where she stands with you?0