It doesn't show at all.I like the way your mind thinks and writes.Who's your profile pic of? Some scholar, or a still from a film?
Thank you.☺Yeah people don't notice my inexperience until I actually try to learn something. I can make up for a lot of my inexperience by "researching" and asking friends for their experiences. As long as I stay grounded and openminded to consider all the angles it seems people are satisfied with both awnsers and conversational advice. That's me. Nighttime in may.
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The scenario that I imagined is more of some sort of combination of mutual friends - maybe an additional person or two from someone she knows, or you know. The other guy certainly doesn't have to be competition. But if it was a girl friend of hers, and she brought her date, then yes, I guess that guy is a stranger to you, who is doing who-knows-what to entertain, puff up his feathers, etc.(But he could instead be your best friend, for ex.)But for different reasons, I'm more with you. I have always been a one-on-one person. I give people my full focus, and I enjoy that particular dynamic most. I've never asked my friends and bfs to consciously commingle. It can happen, but it's never something I tried to orchestrate/suggested, ever. Unless the relationship goes on for years, and he is getting bored and likes the others as well, then maybe.I am also not one to spend the day away, or go on some trip, and 'check in' all the time. I'll talk a lot when I get back. I don't enjoy or believe in all the mundane logistical talk. People should just have some experiences, and then maybe share later. New experiences, or separate experiences, are good to change the patterns and routine. Anyway. Yeah, I don't need any other opinions on who the person is. I can make my mind up on my own, always have. I trust my own judgement.Plus, it's just sort of hard to find a foursome that all like each other equally enough.
I agree."Checking in" is something new about "generation-mobile". I hate to do it and I hate if others do it. So distracting...
Wow, this made me... what is the word for it... exhale, groan, I don't think there is a word, actually.That is just wrong. Wrong, wrong, wrong. Yeah, it would be a shame to waste any more time with a girl like that. She's the epitome of 'hive mind.' Good riddens.
I often hear about women complaining about horrible dates and bad relationships. Well welcome to the f*cking club. I’ve have enough bad experiences to make 5 mytakes but I don’t get ultra paranoid when I go on a date with a girl. As long as its public the risk of the female getting hard is slim to none. She was in no danger with me. Anyway thanks for hearing me vent.
Yeah that's awkward.Some people do that so it's less pressure, it either happens or doesn't happen organically.And maybe some are not that good with communication, and aren't direct, so they don't know how to do proper set-up and introductions.And maybe some are doing it surreptitiously to see what happens, like an experiment only they're in on.On all of it... shudder.
@AmandaYVR Thanks. I just don't like tests and secret games. I would have preferred if they just said: "Surprise, mfer! You're on a blind date!"
Nicely said 💐
You sound intriguing.
Savage lol, will you do it even if he is nice but you realize you are not into him?
@more_than_a_guy no. But once I was on a date w a guy I met on tinder and his friends. One of his friends told me that the guy I was on a date with had a girlfriend. So I left with his friend
That's understandable from you, but if his friend lied to you, he is a bad friend😬
@more_than_a_guy his friend was telling the truth. I called him on it. That's why I tell people to be skeptical of online dating
It's just two couples, 4, and any combination of knowing each other. (One of the people invites them in.)
So a doubt date then?
Yeah, 4 would be a double date.Actually, group date could be any amount of people (4+).
Huh, guess I'm more familiar with the term double date