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After a straight year of continuous serial dating, I have come to the realization that maybe I'm trying too hard and should just let things flow naturally. I can with all honesty say that I have given it my all and then some. If you're not feeling it on the first few dates, then you're not going to feel it at all.
Why settle? While shooting photography at weddings is one of my occupations, I often meet a date-worthy guest or a groomsman, but remaining professional, I do not pursue them. However, if they contact me after the event, I do not see any problem with responding!
So when one of the groomsmen at a wedding I photographed found me on Facebook and asked to go out for coffee, I was delighted, and the following week, we met up in town for a cup of joe. During our hour long coffee date, we covered a variety of topics; I found him to be charming, intellectual and kind.
Now, there is a huge difference between a coffee date and a dinner date. A coffee date allows me to drive my own car, is much shorter, and the bill is much less. A dinner date generally includes the guy picking up the girl, a higher price tag, a longer time commitment, and if the night goes well, a kiss.
So with that said, my date picked me up. We rocked out to Eminem's latest album on the way to the restaurant, had steak for dinner, and headed out for post-dinner drinks in town. This time, I had an okay time. Before going inside my house, we exchanged a quick kiss. This was a bad mistake. I should have listened to my instincts.
For date 3, we went out for Mexican food yum! Once dinner was nearing the end, I had offered to pay my portion of the meal because Meet for dinner or coffee was paying for the show. By this point I was annoyed, and about two margaritas in, we headed upstairs to the show. Little did I know how much worse the night would get. During the show, he drank too much beer, drove me home safely, thank god! But it didn't end there.
He continued to text and call me for the next few hours asking me why I was in such a rush to leave, insisting that this wasn't the first time that this has happened to him. He wanted to know what he was doing wrong, and why women wouldn't date him.
We want to hear from you! Please take this short reader survey. Single in the Suburbs: Coffee Date vs. Dinner Date By Anonymous After a straight year of continuous serial dating, I have come to the realization that maybe I'm trying too hard and should just let things flow naturally. I have since blocked him from my iPhone, from Facebook and from my life. Good riddance! About the Author: HM Ang. Related Posts.
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