I met this guy online... and he IS really nice... so I gave him my number and thought, why not? We went out today and sure the conversation was flowing... but I am in no way attracted to him and there's no way I could see myself kissing him. Our personalities definitely do mot match. I'm easy-going, but even this was a bit of an awkward stretch for me.
I guess I feel guilty because he paid. I insisted that he didn't and he insisted that he did. In an attempt not to be awkward I let him. Now I feel like I owe him! It was a first date and I'm guessing the bill was around $60-70. Idk, maybe.
I was going to pull the we should be friends line on him... but I'm not even sure if that'd work. See, he didn't present himself well... he, looks, acts, and sounds WAY older than me... I mean, he even kind of talked to me like a kid! He's only 5 years older, but it seemed like he was at least 10 by the way he acted. I just can't see myself having fun dating someone like that.
What do I do!? How do I tell him?
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Wait until he contacts you. Don't use the lame friend line. That's not the truth. You guys aren't going to be life long friends, and unless he's lonely, he won't want to anyway. I doubt he was online looking for a friend. Just be upfront, and thank him for his kindness, and they date you guys went on. Then make it clear that you're not interested in continuing to see him. That's it. Just pretend if the roles were reversed... and treat him as you would want to be treated if someone was no longer into you. Basically, be polite, but clear about what you want.0
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