Dating playing it cool dating media ltd
Alternatively, say you are free/doing XYZ at the weekend and does he fancy meeting up/joining you?
If he really isnt interested, he either wont reply or come back with a flimsy excuse.
And at least you'll know rather than waiting around wondering! It's not about encouraging women to be passive - it's reminding us that a relationship is driven forward by 2 people wanting it to happen.
Women are much more inclined than men to build up hopes based on one or two dates, and it's a way of keeping that tendency in check - OP said she felt she had 'led' on 2nd date, so now it's his turn. I see that maybe he is playing it cool but guess he wouldn't waste his time texting me if he wasn't interested.
If I phrase it as "he's not that keen", does that sound better? Thanks all for your views and I think I shall just leave it to him and see what happens.
But then I'm not telling you anything you don't know, as if he was keen, you'd know where you stood. I'm not prepared to be second best or messed around so we shall see!
Been chatting to this guy who is lovely and had 2 dates.
Texting is doing my head in as I don't know where I stand.
Anyhow we shall see what happens x I'd sugggest this: if you are annoyed by his texting, try not replying or replying much more briefly than before /not every time - i.e. If he's keen he may ask why and you could say that you'd much rather talk in person and you aer not into texting, if he doesn't ask you out then then really forget him.
Both went really well and we had a laugh and both seemed to enjoy ourselves.
He has been texting me since the 2nd date as have I.