OK.. long story short. I met this guy 5 months ago at a restaurant that he works had full time. I gave him my number and he never called. I saw him just the other night again and he came over to my table apologizing that he was in a relationship and didn't feel that it was right to call me,( but he told me he wanted to) he said that he was not in that relationship anymore and wanted to take me out for dinner, I said sure and he called me. We went out on Thursday night for a nice dinner, great conversation, had a few laugh's. We went back to his place and watched a movie, he kissed me with a lot of passion all night until I had to leave. I text him the next day saying thank you for dinner last night.. I had a nice time and I can't wait to kiss you again... I have not heard from him. Why? He's 33 years old and I'm 43 years old. he said age didn't matter.
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Reading the answers you have been given and your responses I think you have a pretty good handle on this in so much as it really doesn't matter why he didn't call as much as how you deal with the fact he didn't call.
Without knowing the guy its hard to pick which of the pathetic and cowardly excuses he has made to himself for not calling you...could range from he is still in his relationship and therefore not actually free to date...to, he's a player who is just looking for casual sex and on not finding it has moved on to the next girl through any of a number of scenerios inbewteen.
Truth is whatever the reason, the guy is obviously rude and emotionally immature and needs to filed under "life experiences" as you move on.
I was interested that you added your ages in your question and as a single woman in my 40s I know how that little insecurity can rear its head- suffice to say despite the fact he is an ignorant fool he obviously found you attractive so I doubt very much your age has played the slightest part in the situation - his lack of common courtesy and basic respect for others is the issue here.
For my part I would continue to eat at your favorite restaurant -I doubt you will feel any less awkward than he does when you turn up again ( cowards hate to be confronted with their weakness) and should he have the affrontory to approach you again I would smile sweetly and just ask for that days specials...:)2