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SymfonyParticipantNovember 24, 2014 at 5:02 pm #68105
Hello, i recently broke off a 2 year relationship, this was 2 months ago or so. So i decided to have a wild time for the past 2 months, ive had 3 sexual encounters and a threesome with my boss, all of this is irrelevant. But it might help you get an idea of where i am.
Anyway, 2 days ago, i was out with a friend and a i meet this great girl, it ended up with me taking her home and having alot of fun, anyway the day after i got to know her quite well and i like her, she really made a great first impression, and she is really cute.
I have not been in the dating / one night stand game for a long long long time, 4 years or so. So i dont quite know how to procede and what would be appropriate after a one night stand.
She seems a little insecure and she is expecting me to lead regarding everything, basically whatever i suggest, she seems to agree and want to do that.
What would you do if you wanted to meet her again for a “normal date”, ask her out? How long would you wait?
SymfonyParticipantNovember 25, 2014 at 8:45 am #68106
We have texted abit for the past 2 days, but there is usally some time between responses etc, dont want to come off to desperate regarding asking her out …. again …. i am really clueless, never asked a girl out after ive had sex with her, that tends to happen prior to that.
And for the record i am 22 and she is 19.
Thomas51ParticipantNovember 26, 2014 at 2:55 pm #68252
I would just ask her if she wants to go out and do something with some of your friends as a group. This way it takes the pressure off her and makes her feel more comfortable. Also she will see how much people like you and start to really like you genuinely.
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