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MrgreenjeansParticipantOctober 11, 2019 at 2:45 am #223265
So there’s this girl I’ve been dating from my job. She started about a year ago and I always found her attractive. I’ve been hearing from co workers that she thinks I’m cute and finds me very attractive. I acted on that right away and asked her for her number. First date went well and I then set a second date a week later, on the second date, we went out for dinner and drove in to the middle of no where in my truck, laid on the back bed and stargazed and talked. I then made a move that night and we started making out. A week after I ask her to come over to my place to have some drinks. I will add she’s the easiest girl I have ever set dates with, she would blow off studies and friends. She came over, we hung out, drank and had sex. A week after that, I tried asking/suggesting we go out a couple times, but now she either ignores or changes the subject. But she is still super cool towards me at work and still talks to me via phone. Was she looking for a onetime thing? Do I back off?
IntergenerationalParticipantOctober 11, 2019 at 3:25 pm #223329
I have come across this SO many times in my life, particularly over the last 15 years. Don’t know why girls do this, but unfortunately there is no way I can view it other than playing stupid games as they are known to do, especially the younger ones. She really owes it to say why she has changed in terms of their personal interactions. They guy could ask, but he is then entitled to a straight answer. If neither of these happens, he should move on and not spend anymore time on her. Life is too short for that kind of nonsense.
bloomParticipantOctober 12, 2019 at 9:14 pm #223359
it seems you don’t know what you want do you want a relationship or you want the sex to continue..
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