I've noticed a lot of guys will volunteer these lies when I haven't even asked them about there plans. Say they want to do something with me this coming weekend but have plans on Friday (a date) they won't just say "Let's do something Saturday". They will go into what they are doing Friday but ask if we can do something Sat or Sun...
The volunteering in combo with their reaction on our next date when I randomly ask "how was your friends party" is usually enough for me to confirm this was a white lie. I don't really care if they already have plans with another girl. The only reason I kind f scope this out is so I can see his tells. I don't really care about that particular lie but when someone I'm getting to know volunteers an unnecessary lie it does make me cautious about what else they would lie about if the relationship continues.
I know dating is awkward and maybe he feels guilty about the date because he is starting to like me, that makes sense. But I'm curious, men of the board, is this something you have been guilty of and is it just part of the dating game I shouldn't read too much into?
The last guy I was starting to get serious with told me after date 4 (second sleepover on a Wed.) via text on a Friday afternoon that he forgot he had to go out of town for a wedding that weekend. I hadn't asked him about his weekend plans. So basically I cut him loose...
- Just a normal part of datingVote A
- Only if I plan to keep seeing multiple girls and not looking for anything seriousVote B
- If he's comfortable lying in the beginning he'll be comfortable lying in a relationshipVote C
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I'd say 'I can't this day, how about this day?'
Why even say its someone's birthday? If you can cone up with lies like that on the fly that means you can do it any time and not think twice about it.
And then you get questions like how was the party? How's your friend? Shit like that.
I hate when people make up stories when literally all they have to say is 'no I can't' wtf0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE