So, I was supposed to go to dinner today with a guy I am seeing at the moment (second date). Everything was set for this evening, and this morning, just after I made the extra effort to dress up, I get a text from him saying that he would have to cancel, since a senior person from his head office Had flown in for the week, and so he has a work thing this evening...
I don't know if I should believe him, since work things, especially if someone is flying in, is usually planned weeks in advance. So I am a bit annoyed.
What do you think?
Also he used to message me every day, and call every now and then. However since he cancelled that date on Monday, I haven't heard from him.
Most Helpful Guy
It is usually pland weeks in advance your right but what you assume is that he is high enough in his company to be informed weeks in advance which often more than not dosent happen. Even then bosses like to make randome visits sometimes to see random productivity and at times! es to just shake up the pot a bit. Give him this one and except it as truth because unless you actually have a legitimate reason not to believe him then you should let it go and just except it. Now if you do have a legit reason then I must ask what is it? Because so far all I know is that he had enough curtisy to tell you early on in the day so you would know the situation an so you could make other plans if you wanted, that he has a job he works hard at, and that the dress you picked can wait a bit to be worn another day.2
Most Helpful Girl
Guys are better with direct messages. Tell him how you feel! That you were excited for your date, disappointed something came up even though you understand it was out of his hands. See how he responds to honesty. That will be the quickest way to get all the confusion out of the air and move on. I say give him one last chance to make up for it. Obviously it wasn't his fault, and you don't know him very well so give him the benefit of the doubt. See if he takes you on a really special date and pay attention to how/if he apologizes. And of course trust your gut.2