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franktParticipantMarch 17, 2019 at 8:09 pm #196945
I met a man at a bar and he asked me out on a date. He actually used the word “date” when he asked me out.
We went on a dinner date, and then had 2 sex dates (total of 3 dates).
This was done via text….
I asked him if he wanted to hang out any evening the upcoming week. We both are free in the evenings. His response was “i will have to let you know” which i did not reply to. The next day he sent another message indicating that he is not good at cuddling, but is good at sex. I did not reply to that either.
He currently lives with his “ex”, and has been charged with his 3rd DUI.
I ghosted and stopped contact.
What are you thoughts ?
SoCalDreamerParticipantApril 8, 2019 at 5:19 pm #198360
I am recently out and don’t have experience dating, but, my gut feeling is that you did the right thing by stopping contact. Someone who lives with his “ex” and has had a 3rd DUI doesn’t sound like a guy worth keeping around. And personally, “not good at cuddling” would be a deal-breaker for me! I hope this is helpful and I wish you the best in your dating journey. Peace, David (“SoCalDreamer”)
franktParticipantMay 27, 2019 at 6:05 pm #201136
He has recently received another DUI. That makes number 4.
The message he sent about “not good at cuddling, but i good at sex”….i took that to mean he looked at me as a FB, and not BF material.
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