I met this guy on Tinder (roll your eyes all you want) at the end of March, and we ended up going on a date after a week of talking. I didn't have any expectations so it was surprising when it turned out to be a great date. We ended up talking for 6 hours until the bar closed, and he was pretty nice; he paid for my drinks the whole night, and even offered to pay for a taxi home for me (I'd mentioned how dodgy night buses are).
He asked me out on a second date for the following week, but then had to cancel a few days before because of coursework deadlines and the fact he had to go back to uni (he was home from uni, and his uni is about 90 miles away). I assumed he was flaking and just wasn't interested, so decided to hold back on texting him. However he still kept texting me, and last week asked if I wanted to meet up this week since he'd be back from uni for a week. I said that I couldn't make it because it was too close to exams, which he understood. We continued texting, and then today we were talking about the general election and he suggested that I call him to persuade him who to vote for (I'm hoping this is an excuse to talk to me and not just talk about politics?)
So... I'm a little unsure about his behaviour. The long/daily texts, wanting me to ring him... can I assume that he likes me and is hoping to continue dating me when he's back from uni... or? It may seem like a stupid question, but I'm just surprised we've stayed in contact for this long.
Most Helpful Guy
He like's you.. Maybe your one of the lucky ones on tinder who actually meets someone amazingly compatible1
Most Helpful Girl
He is interested. If he wasn't he wouldn't be texting, calling, or trying to meet up with you.2