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ineedanswersParticipantApril 16, 2016 at 1:51 am #97979
Asked a friend out because I think we like each other mutually. She came to the date I set up at a local bar, she had one drink. For almost 3 hours of non-stop talking: feet rubbing under the table, she held my hand sometimes and constant smiles. It felt right.
But as the night gets to a close, I decided to bring both of us out of the bar and took a short walk on the streets (honestly, I was more tipsy than her). Then she decided to make sure I go home (cause she thinks I am drunk…) and she called an uber and went home. WHY? Should I have just asked her to come home with me? If I think I made a negative impression, should I still ask her out a second time? The texting in the day after seems normal…
mft3891ParticipantApril 16, 2016 at 10:36 am #97998
So first off, I feel your anxiety bud and I’ve been there. Do not sweat this yet. I say yet bc you definitely want to not drink so much that she thinks you’re drunk until you’ve locked this up. Definitely don’t feel down in yourself, this is actually a perfect opportunity to use self-depreciating humor (used occasionally this makes women comfortable with us) the next time you see her. You know, teasing yourself but obviously joking about how you got “wasted” last time.
She wouldn’t be texting with you normally if you blew it so breathe easy. Ask her out again.
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