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KittyCatParticipantOctober 30, 2015 at 4:18 pm #87713
So I’m 20 and have never really dated before. I’ve been asked out, but not by anyone that truly interested me and if I can’t see it going anywhere, I don’t see the point. I decided to try Tinder as a way of meeting more guys (I interact with the same people through work and school and haven’t found anyone that way). I finally met a guy that I would like to meet in person. We have been talking for about a week through text and SnapChat, he friended me on Facebook and even deleted his profile on Tinder. From my end, it seems like we are both mutually interested and I would like to meet in person to see if that interest carries beyond phone screens but I’m apprehensive as to how, or if, to try to initiate a meeting.
WhitneyParticipantOctober 31, 2015 at 2:26 pm #87734
You should definitely try and bring it up. Ask him if he’s ever been to a certain place and if not hopefully he’ll say that you can show him. But if you want to hang out then just ask him to go for coffee to see how you guys would interact when you’re together. Just say hey are you busy on this day and ask if he’d like to hang out.
eagle-eyes99ParticipantNovember 3, 2015 at 12:38 am #87802
yea! ask to go for coffee (or whatever). daytime coffee dates are great. they can very innocent if need be, or the start of something big. friendships and relationships both grow from basic interactions. these dates are very flexible, you can take it further, or, just have coffee and a chat — either way it opens up new ideas and closes the digital gap. give it a shot. if he says no, could be a weirdo
lipstickParticipantNovember 3, 2015 at 9:48 am #87821
Always meet somewhere busy, safety first…ok so just ask if they’d like to meet in own for coffee
JD123ParticipantNovember 16, 2015 at 8:41 am #88457
definitely suggest meeting up. don’t build a false sense of relationship or expected personality based on texts. just say something like ‘i really like talking to you, how about we get a coffee at this great place in town next week; what’s your schedule like?’
AnonymousNovember 25, 2015 at 9:06 pm #89003
Go for it. Or make a comment that you really want to try something but you have none to go with you.
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