I just got home from my first date with this girl I like, it was also the first date I've ever been to. We met online and we're both looking for a relationship. We've been texting for the past 2-3 days, and also we've been snapchating constantly for the last day.
We decided to meet and go to grab some coffee. The problems begin here:
1) She payed... I was ready to pay, I even extended my arm with the money to the cashier, but she gave her her credit card and the cashier took her card instead of my money. I got kinda mad at her for paying, and I told her I owed her.
2) There were some silences during the date, not much and they lasted for like 5-10 seconds though.
3) When we left the place she told me she was going to take a nap, 'cause she was really tired (excuse for not wanting to keep hanging out?). I told her to meet up this weekend, but she said some friend may be coming to town (an excuse to not meet? I don't know).
Throughout the date we laughed, we made eye contact, and she said she had a good time, but I feel like it wasn't good enough, it lasted less than an hour.
She's great, and I want to meet her again, but I don't know if she wants that too. Should I tell her it was my first date, that's why it was kinda awkward?
I don't know what to do, I don't want this to end up in nothing, I feel there may be some chemistry between us.
(sorry for the long read).
Most Helpful Girl
So what if she paid, means she isn't using to for money.
Tomorrow I'd make sure to text her that you had fun and would like to do it again. Then suggest something to do and when you're free. It's up to her after that.
Honestly I don't like being that in contact with someone when we're just getting started. All the contact seems like it's serious but it's not.
Sorry to say but I'd use those excuses if I weren't interested. Maybe that's just me. Time will tell. Practice makes perfect.1