However, every time when I say something he thinks that’s boring or not funny, he just keeps silence without answering a word, even sometimes I am asking him a question.
For example, he complained about food in my country is “all the same”, which is not true because I am sure that my country is a food paradise, so I asked him “which country doesn’t have “all the same food”? He just answered nothing.
Today, he texted me and told me that he got up at 11, and then I said, “oh so lucky you. I don’t even sleep that much on weekend because if I sleep too much, the holidays pass more fast.” And the he just READ IT and stop replying. WHY? I know i am not saying something interesting but it was just chatting, is it necessary to say every word very smart or funnt?
The problem is that we are not familiar so far and we sometimes cannot find a topic to talk to, and his reacting makes me more nervous to talk to him, because I have to think if he would act like this and make me awkward.
What would you do if you meet someone like this? Should I tell him how I feel in a serious way? I don’t want to change him and I know I can’t change him, so I am hesitating that if I should tell him.
Most Helpful Guy
If there are no common interests then wouldn't dating him be pointless?0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
You've been with him a few weeks. That's plenty enough time to decide if you are compatible or not, but still early enough to call it off without too much heartbreak.
You guys are not compatible. Talking is never forced or awkward this often if you were. He seems... a bit ummmm... socially backward, maybe. I dated a guy who didn't appreciate my style of humor, it was awkward to say the least!
Every couple goes through silences and times conversation is a little awkward in the beginning, but this is constant.
It probably won't get better. In my humble opinion, find someone with whom you can easily talk about nearly anything and share banter. You shouldn't have to work this hard, this soon.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE