Are lunch dates a quick way for a guy to place himself in the "friends zone," or is it just another way to get to know each other? I ask because I have been to lunch with an amazing women a few times. We spent a night holding each other, but things just don't seem to "take off." Seems that even though there is the simple flirting, and we are finding ways to impress one-another, it isn't going much further. Maybe my patience is lacking, but did I make the mistake of going to lunch too soon, placing me in the category of good friends? This has all happened within the past two weeks mind you. Is there truth behind Van Wilder's simple rule? Never go to lunch, its the quick road to the "friends zone"?
- I am securely in the friend zone!Vote A
- I am over thinking the situation and need to be patient?Vote B
- I need not worry, we are getting to know each other?Vote C
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I would give it some more time and really get to know the woman a little more before losing hope. But I would definitely make an attempt to communicate your interest more, as it sounds like you both haven't made too many moves in that area - which is way more important than what time during the day you hang out. Best of luck to you.0