I don't know if that's a good enough reason, but it bugs me. It's like he walked out of a bad chick flick. We've been on five dates so far, but I don't think he's being genuine with me. He was fine in the beginning but now it's becoming too much.
A big example is a few days ago I was at his place for the first time and he put on soft music and said "I love you" in this really over-the-top way, with a rose! Then he told me he fell in love with me the moment he looked into my eyes. FIVE DATES, that's it, and he says that. I said something awkward like "oh, I see, thanks..." and changed the subject asap.
I don't know if I'm being ungrateful or over-reacting, but this kind of personality doesn't go well with mine. I'm not a girl into really mushy stuff, and half the things he says I have a hard time believing. It sounds fake, you know?
Also, if I break it off should I tell him why?
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Sounds like he's inexperienced and trying too hard.
If I were you, I'd tell him "Look, I know life isn't a movie, and I don't want it to be. This kind of stuff you're doing seems like you're taking cues instead of being real with me, and it's seriously putting me off. Treat me like a person that you're interested in, not some actress costarring with you in a badly written romance".
You can either give him another chance after that, if you still feel like you're into him at all, or if you're not, just explain to him why he's getting dropped. Maybe he won't make the same mistake with the next girl.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE