Totally turned off by guys who ...

Apr 12 162 Comments

Have a date tonight but I’m thinking of cancelling on him. It’s only a second date but he made a comment about wanting me to invite him over. I totally lost interest since it seems like he’s looking for a hook up.

Had our date a few days ago. We kept in touch via text. We didn’t really have much common interest but I was thinking to give it some time to see if there’s anything there.

Him.... do you want to get together Sunday?
Me ... no response (not sure what my schedule is, have already another date lined up)
2 days later no texts between us (I forgot to reply, my bad) no flirting going on either
Him: how about Friday?
Me: sure, I’ll be driving back Friday to the South Bay so will be free later. Do you want to get drinks?
Him: Yeah, or you could invite me over and we can have some wine :)
Me: Nice try! 🤣
Him: ?

Either he’s playing dumb or he can not communicate properly. Who says “?” When someone tries to call you out on bad behavior. The first date is a coffee date and seriously he hasn’t made any effort. He wants to be invited over for wine on second date? WTF! Are guys like this these days?

He’s not a bad looking guy - but I’m so turned off at this point that I just feel like cancelling. This makes me feel like he’s just looking for a booty call so I’m crossing him off my list.

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TOP 162 Comments
  • IBM modelx
    This is the most useless post I've read on Blind
    Apr 1213
    • Well the common sense is to ask when someone has shown interest. We haven’t really connected emotionally and he’s expecting me to invite him over for wine. 🤔 right.
      Apr 12
    • Intel Who.Dis
      Do you expect to emotionally connect in a loud bar?
      Apr 12
    • Who.Dis You sound like a disgruntled guy who got rejected by women too many times. I think you see yourself doing this and all you’re doing is defending a poor game and bad behavior
      Apr 12
    • Intel Who.Dis
      I’m just pointing out your assumptive heavy nature. I’m doing alright where I am because I didn’t bring early dates to bars. Even then, I made no attempt to hide my intentions. We were connected and playful pretty much from the start.

      It’s all your life and your decisions though, I hope it works out for the best.
      Apr 12
    • And you think building attraction is by invite yourself over? Maybe you don’t understand women and you are defending this behavior. It’s guys who act like this who get ranked at the bottom of the pool. I might go out w him if I have zero option but ...

      Exactly above that you’re defending your own behavior. If you don’t want to go to a bar, suggest something else. By all means don’t invite yourself over and asking the girl to supply wine.
      Apr 12
    • Intel Who.Dis
      Again, did he ask for your wine? Was he going to bring a surprise bottle?

      I went to her house much more frequently than mine and yes I once made a date at her place, although some context built up towards that being a really good option for the day.
      Apr 12
    • Intel Who.Dis
      Maybe to present a clearer opinion, I’m saying that reading into every single detail for a bunch of meaning is going to cause yourself a lot of internal turmoil.

      That isn’t something that applies to the first 5 dates either. The best method is to ask questions/discuss in an open and communicative way. Speculation is the opposite of communication. Bad communication is a bad relationship; professional, family, romance, friends
      Apr 12
    • There’s no “assumption” here. It’s attraction. I’m not assuming anything. I’m just turned off by his lack of common sense.

      That’s why we date to pick people who have similar values and judgement.

      I even sent these texts to a few of my really close GUY friends. They all tell me to stay away.
      Apr 12
    • Intel Who.Dis
      Ok, then do that.
      Apr 12
    • Google / Enghank_moody
      Yes, they tell you to stay away, because it increases their chances at hooking up with you. Lol
      Apr 12
  • Oracle tesla555
    Ask his TC. Then update the post with his TC and your TC. Then we can give an informed opinion.
    Apr 122
    • Microsoft shambu
      Best response on thread
      Apr 12
    • ❤️ good advice. I’ll tell him I’ll need to know his TC so I can make an informed decision whether I should cancel the date
      Apr 12
  • Bloomberg
    YUNOSlayer

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    Cancel, follow your intuition.
    Apr 123
    • There are a lot of guys on Blind who have no game and trying to attack me for wanting to cancel.

      But even my close guy friends are also telling me to stay away from this guy when I showed them the screenshot of the text.
      Apr 12
    • Yelp
      IyLp55

      Yelp

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      IyLp55more
      If you're going to say that every guy who doesn't agree with you here has bad game and that you're in the right, why the fuck did you even post this?
      Apr 12
    • Why not? I’m posting this because quite frankly I’m shocked
      Apr 12
  • Wow he really dodged a bullet. You sound entitled af miss, get off your high horse
    Apr 120
  • Oracle ➕cowbell
    You have another date lined up, so you'd be doing him a service.

    Also, people who ignore texts because they can't make it instead of taking two seconds to say no are the amongst the most annoying kind of people 😑
    Apr 123
    • Intel Act2016
      And are good at communicating
      Apr 12
    • Intel Who.Dis
      Lol! She claimed that he made no effort, yet she ignored a date request for 2 days with Zero response. Not even a “sounds interesting, let me figure out what day works for me”
      Apr 12
    • Uber / R&Djidao
      Exactly, if you have another date then you're not serious either, don't expect serious guy to date you twice.
      And for the good sake reply to text! If you don't know yet say it, ghosting is not an appropriate reaction if you're looking for a serious relationship
      Apr 12
  • Twitter Oomnj
    It cheaper to drink a bottle of nice wine versus going to a bar and ordering over priced drinks. He’s a financially savvy keeper
    Apr 1214
    • Twitter Oomnj
      Yeah lol don’t trust guys who invite themselves over. A guy needs to have a proper bachelor pad. Also girls’ apartments are disgusting
      Apr 12
    • Twitter Oomnj
      Think of it from a guy’s perspective - 2 drinks each at $20 per drink; is $80 for a lay. That gets a bit expensive if you do it a few times a week.

      Though if we have been friends with benefits for a few weeks, I’ll take her to a nice bar once in a while
      Apr 12
    • State of online dating 2019...exactly my point. He’s focused on finding the cheapest booty call he can get. I will let other girls help him w that.
      Apr 12
    • Twitter Oomnj
      Depends on what app. Different app, different expectations. Honestly, value in relationships doesn’t exist for most guys these days ...
      Apr 12
    • Intel Who.Dis
      ^Maybe that’s your perspective and goals. A lack of relationship desire is not a one-gender occurrence.
      Apr 12
    • Twitter Oomnj
      I’m not saying it’s a lack of relationship desire; I’m saying a lot of men can’t find value in it even if they do desire it
      Apr 12
    • Intel Who.Dis
      I don’t understand what you mean by that.
      Apr 12
    • You know why that is? I’ve found that most software engineers are way too logical by nature and don’t enjoy an emotional connection. Or don’t know how to foster that kind of connection. That’s why most guys don’t find value in a relationship.

      People who are emotionally in touch w themselves find it easier to connect with people so they don’t rely on physical relationship only. These guys include data scientists, software engineers, accountants etc. Not just guys but girls too
      Apr 12
    • Twitter Oomnj
      Maybe that’s true, maybe that’s not. It’s just a matter of managing expectations Op, I wish you the best of luck lol.
      Apr 12
    • It’s definitely another generalization that will get me in trouble w blind trolls
      Apr 12
  • Google / Engmad👩🏻‍🔬
    Riveting
    Apr 120
  • Amazon yWsJ24
    Cool story
    Apr 120
  • Google take
    Ideal blind story would be you getting turned off by his TC or him not working in a "prestige" company or something like that.
    Apr 121
    • I would be turned off if he works for a prestige company and if that prestige alone grants him the right to ask for a date this way.
      Apr 13
  • Salesforce hfkkc7
    also don't listen to everyone else on this thread who's trying to attack you. all entitled boys who think that they deserve to be treated like gods by women. we have day jobs too and you dont owe anyone a quick response unless they are paying your salary. double standard and gross asf. right call is either to cancel or ghost, or call him out on it explicitly
    Apr 124
    • PayPal kyku
      Feminist af!
      Apr 12
    • Google Happyness
      No one's expecting an instantaneous response. But don't be surprised when you don't respond for a couple of days and the guy loses interest in something meaningful. We have day jobs too 😂
      Apr 12
    • Salesforce hfkkc7
      😎👉👉
      Apr 12
    • Uber / R&Djidao
      Slow reply is not the same as no reply...
      And dating two guys clearly mean you're not serious either, and it's not double standard, I date one person at a time, a d I reply quickly even if it's just say I'm busy and I'll get back later to you
      Apr 12
  • PayPal theniceguy
    OP girls like you are what make the dating scene worst for all of us. Because of various factors like this, a guy always is pressurized to talk something to grab attention and I think this guy here sent that text unintentionally and you make a big scene about it and name it a booty call. If one is just interested in a booty call, it’s matter of few hundred bucks than dealing with your nonsense.
    Apr 1320
    • PayPal theniceguy
      Lol 😂
      Apr 14
    • PayPal theniceguy
      Ok, let me say this OP. You should have communicated better with the guy instead of judging him and arguing with all of us. That’s all I wanted to convey from the beginning. you could have directly told the guy that his text didn’t make you comfortable but you still wanted to meet and figure out (basically given him a chance) or you just totally didn’t like such behavior and cancelled on him without giving any explanation. There’s no SOP to dating but by being judging and beating around the bush ( I mean his text that you didn’t like), you complicate it for the guy involved. Go with your natural instinct and don’t complicate it. That’s all I had to say.

      Checking with your guy friends - their opinion is something you need to take with a grain of salt especially if you friend zoned them. That’s whole another topic but I’ll stop here for now.

      Guess you probably had a rough weekend. Take it easy. Good luck!
      Apr 14
    • How do you know I did not communicate better with the guy at the end? Have you seen my entire text thread to him? You started this thread that I made your dating life miserable FYI. and now you tell me a bunch of “You should”

      Oh that’s right you think you’re a saint. You automatically judge and try to educate me based on what you learned from 4 texts. Your narrow mindedness could not tolerate logic when I pointed it out for you. The text above showed you belittled even my guy friends? I friend zoned them? You then assumed that they have a thing for me, just because they’re guys?

      As of now, even after a canceled date, he still texts and he still wants to meet up. So don’t tell me what you don’t know. Especially don’t try to mansplain what you don’t know.
      Apr 14
    • PayPal theniceguy
      Oh wow. I really hope you feel better soon. Good bye!
      Apr 14
    • I wish you the same. I hope your fragile ego recuperate and heal soon.
      Apr 14
    • Datometry / EngLangEr
      Bro dodged a bullet, he just doesn’t know it yet.
      Apr 15
    • Salesforce / Eng
      LMTS-1

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      LMTS-1more
      Looking at this thread. I feel he is lucky guy to miss you. otherwise his entire life will be ruined, he will end up having only arguments with you. You saved his life.
      Apr 15
    • @LMTS - oh that’s the only thing you can come up with? You seem like the type of person who can hide behind the keyboard and write these snide comments, and then when the poster responds back, you can’t handle it?

      Don’t worry about me or him. Worry about yourself first.
      Apr 15
    • Salesforce / Eng
      LMTS-1

      SalesforceEng

      PRE
      Tata Consultancy Services
      BIO
      Lead software engineer at Salesforce
      LMTS-1more
      Haha.. I already saved by choosing best girl friend who became my wife. She makes my life so happy.
      Apr 15
    • PayPal theniceguy
      😂
      Apr 15
  • Intel Who.Dis
    I’m waiting for the follow up 5 paragraph post titled “30 year-old woman. Can’t seem to find any guy worth dating, where is the perfect one?”

    That, or a post with a poll asking “When do you make first intimate contact in dating?”
    Option 1: Never, relationships are celibate
    Option 2: After Marriage
    Option 3: After 2 years
    Option 4: If they ask first, leave them
    Apr 123
    • Cisco meowwww
      You sound salty AF... he clearly isn’t considering her feelings. Her age has nothing to do with it
      Apr 12
    • Intel Who.Dis
      Sure, I suppose that going to pretty much a stranger’s house for wine can be hurtful, so he’s not on a great start.

      But this satirical comment was inspired by some other Blind posts that went viral.
      Apr 12
    • Actually any girl who can’t find a guy worth dating will go for exactly this guy
      Apr 13
  • Google Happyness
    You didn't respond to his first text, so he likely lost interest in something meaningful and demoted you in his mind. It's pretty normal.

    Also, when two people don't share much in common as you imply, there is not a lot of incentive to pursue something meaningful with that person.
    Apr 120
  • Oracle vesuvio
    Waiting for episode 2. Grabbing popcorn.
    Apr 122
    • Suspense...
      Apr 12
    • Oscar 🐨koala
      🍿 plot twist: it’s the right hand talking to the left hand.
      Apr 12
  • Snapchat Timstammy
    Yeah OP sounds like the classic entitled SF chick who thinks they are God's gift to the world and is never wrong. He dodged a bullet here.
    Apr 133
    • Of course I am entitled. I am entitled to choose how I spend my time and not hang out w shit

      I’m entitled to not signing up for booty calls, which guys think they are entitled to these days.

      And guys like you, if you get rejected for a booty call, I hope you don’t come back to blind and cry about it.
      Apr 13
    • Pinterest pinhead
      They have learned the behavior from all the women it has worked on. You are just a number to them. He was just playing it off cool/confident by pretending he wasn’t being too forward.

      That you took the time to make this post and are “thinking” of canceling instead of actually just canceling, says to me you wanted to hook up but just wanted more foreplay, and now you want to be mad about it not going your way. You’re stringing it out for attention by creating this thread.

      Tbqh online dating is pretty cancerous, and this is just another example of the shenanigans going on. You two deserve each other.
      Apr 13
    • I’m not mad. Why should I be mad? I canceled and it went my way. I wrote a post about refusing to invite a guy over for a booty call and it’s people like you threw a fit.

      If you think I’m posting to get some attention, why do you even bother giving me some more personal attention? If you think every person posting on blind is stringing for attention then you can always refuse to comment.

      Attention is not a GREAT thing. People do it everyday to call out bad behaviors. YES I do it for attention. If you don’t like it, you don’t have to read it and you definitely don’t need to comment.
      Apr 13
  • Verizon Media sxSG85
    Cancel and move on.
    Just saying, it’s your prerogative but you don’t have to demonize the guy if he’s in it to hook up. May not be your thing and you found it out with his behavior. Cut him off
    Apr 120
  • Ignore and then later suggest “Getting Drinks” strongly implies you want a hookup. Nothing about that says I want to take things slow.
    Apr 125
    • Cisco meowwww
      No it doesn’t. Drinks are normal for a first or second date . Dinner is too long and more commitment
      Apr 12
    • I agree, though I think getting drinks means both parties are at least open to some foolin’ around. Yes, dinner implies some commitment.
      Apr 12
    • No it definitely doesn’t imply the girl is open to fooling around. Only guys will assume she is. There is context to this. I told him im
      Out of town and I’m driving back late Friday evening. He asked to hang out so I suggested if he can do drinks.
      Apr 13
    • OP, that’s my point, that given the situation you describe some guys will interpret/assume that you’re open to it, and the guy in question here did so.

      I think it’s the non-committed actions like ignoring contact, drinks as opposed to dinner, late nite on a weekend, having other things to do but squeeze this date in, etc. From a mans perspective, this sure sounds like a “booty-call”. Why? Because this is what men do when they want a booty-call.

      There is nothing wrong with people wanting non-committed short term physical relationships if all parties are interested. Here, it seems like you weren’t interested and he misread your cues.
      Apr 13
    • There is nothing wrong w people wanting a booty call. The thing that makes him looks like an idiot is he did not do enough work to find out whether I’m interested in a booty call or a serious relationship and before asking for one.

      Guys who are looking for a booty call but don’t do the work for it deserves zero respect.

      He would’ve earned more respect from me had he asked, “what are you looking for?” Or “I would like to start slow getting to know someone but I would not mind a physical connection. I don’t know if that’s where you are. I do see myself in a serious relationship eventually but it’s a lot of pressure for me to start off that way.” After that The girl will get to decide how to take the next step.

      If a guy invites himself over on a second date and did zero work to find out if a booty call is even possible w a girl, this type of guy will be ranked in the bottom of the 🌊
      Apr 13
  • Amazon Deaf Bezos
    You guys should get married. That way you will save a lot of happy people out there.
    Apr 124
    • I’ll let you know
      Apr 13
    • Amazon Deaf Bezos
      Let me think if I care. ... ummm NO
      Apr 13
    • Of course you do. You took time to think about this problem and you suggest that I should get married to him.
      Apr 13
    • Amazon Deaf Bezos
      Wrong. I thought about happy people that you may cause sorrow to.
      Apr 14
  • IBM / Product(▀̿Ĺ̯▀̿ ̿)
    Seriously though, why waste his time if you don’t like him?
    Apr 120
  • Epsilon saysme
    TC please
    Apr 120
  • LinkedIn tendies
    Lol at dating. Just lol. Especially in 2019
    Apr 120
  • Broadcom Ltd. rFkd21
    There ARE better men out there; cancel on this one.
    Apr 126
    • Oracle pzd
      There are men who DON'T want to get laid? 😂
      Apr 12
    • Broadcom Ltd. rFkd21
      No, but there are men who are a little more serious.
      Apr 12
    • Intel Who.Dis
      ^You mean the men who never/don’t know how to ask for sex?
      Apr 12
    • No, the men who do, and also, when to ask for it. Hint: not when their reptilian brain has taken over
      Apr 12
    • Thank you. There are definitely better men out there. Even my guy friends are appalled at this behavior. Ugh 😑
      Apr 13
    • New hqWe60
      "guy friends"
      7d
  • Netflix JqDN86
    Cancel. He made it clear what he is looking for and it is clear that you are not looking for the same thing.
    Apr 120
  • PayPal kyku
    Looks like you aren’t worth pursuing! Maybe he wanted to CTFFTB and be done!

    You sound like you are very entitled anyway!
    Apr 122
    • I am entitled to being treated properly. Thank you. Find out what that means so you’re not stuck with bad dates.
      Apr 13
    • PayPal kyku
      From the conversation that you posted, there is not even a slightest hint of him treating you badly.

      As someone else posted, he’s either naive or desperate. You have to figure that out and respond accordingly.

      If his response is something that you are not comfortable with or offensive just cut him off. Don’t keep him dangling. The control is always with you.
      Apr 15
  • Facebook / EngHeraclitus
    Are you a guy or a female?
    Apr 122
  • IBM / Product(▀̿Ĺ̯▀̿ ̿)
    Yas queen?
    Apr 120
  • Facebook Whatevenat
    You sound like an asshole
    Apr 121
    • If I were an asshole he would be getting some ass already.
      Apr 13
  • Oracle dbgrp
    I think he should cancel and move on
    Apr 120
  • Amazon koku
    Guys don't put much efforts into texting if there had been a first date already. Because first date should be enough for you to make decision for second date.
    But his '?' was way below standards.
    Also I think there's nothing wrong with wine and chill if you want to connect. It's not like you are bound to have hookup if he comes over, it's still in your control(can callout earlier if you want). If you don't feel comfortable connecting like this, just say it. And for the wine, just ask him to get it if you can't arrange it. It's not complex at all, just very simple. Communicate.
    And if you are not interested in him and have creep sense on it, cancel or ask for rescheduling.
    Don't ghost without saying no first, it's not that hard and is basic courtesy.
    Apr 123
    • That’s true. No ghosting is necessary
      Apr 12
    • Amazon koku
      I am a guy, I had to call-out to save your faith in mankind. I am saddened by state of comments below.
      Apr 13
    • Don’t worry about me. Did I say I lost faith in mankind?
      Most guys I date don’t treat me like this, and just because some idiot did this, it does not mean this is how most normal guys act
      Apr 14
  • Amazon cupcake🧁
    Babe! Don't listen to the losers, you did the right thing and I'd do the same. Booty calls like these are dime a dozen.
    Apr 122
    • Amazon cupcake🧁
      Great that you developed an area of expertise for yourself that you can now mansplain //yawn
      Apr 12
    • I’m pretty sure any girl getting this suggestion over text will automatically assume it’s a booty call.
      Apr 13
  • Oracle dXme04
    his "?" reply was great. OP couldn't think of a response to it, but was bothered enough to start this thread
    Apr 121
    • Do you talk like that in real life? Question mark?
      Apr 12
  • Salesforce hfkkc7
    good on you for calling out that bullshit. i hate that that's normalized behavior. fuck this dude
    Apr 121
    • No kidding. I’m wondering if other girls are going through the same.

      I definitely blame us girls if we allow guys to treat us like this. They now think it’s normal behavior
      Apr 13
  • CACI MaknBombs
    Seeing things from that guy's perspective- he sent you a text about going on a date. You didn't respond for days. He's probably already moving on and isn't scared of burning a bridge by being forward. Worst case you say no and it doesn't go anywhere. Best case he gets sex. Seems like basic risk vs reward is dictating his actions.
    Apr 150
  • Microsoft / Engoinalbzn
    I'd go ahead and cancel. Y'all definitely aren't on the same page here.
    Apr 120
  • Amazon supreme18
    Go away
    Apr 120
  • Intel / Engmr_pleb
    How old are you, OP ?
    Apr 128
    • How old are you?
      Apr 13
    • Salesforce isThisIt?
      lol
      Apr 13
    • Intel / Engmr_pleb
      30
      Apr 13
    • 30
      Apr 14
    • Intel / Engmr_pleb
      That's right, baby, 30s ! Welcome to the most glorious time of your life ! Not too young to let yourself fooled but young enough to still be in demand. Not too mature to assume what you want but mature enough to not settle. Your value on the market is like bitcoin one year ago. Hodl but don't forget to capitalize before it goes downhill ! 10 years from now you'll feel lucky to get a date at all. If that happens to be a guy you kinda like, like this one, you'll bed the shit out of him. With or without wine.
      Apr 14
    • That’s you not me. Your value is what you make of it. No one else creates value for you
      Apr 14
    • Apple BabaRamaji
      Apr 15
    • Dropbox systest
      There’s microscope pictures of human egg cells at early 20 vs 30 years old. The difference is huge.
      Apr 15
  • Oracle fukitol
    On a totally separate note, I just watched the first episode of GOT's last season.
    Apr 141
    • GoDaddy derpstate
      Lots of good dialog, characters communicating well and such. 🍿
      Apr 14
  • New o∆o
    What's the issue of inviting him home for a drink and then spending a night having sex?
    Apr 150
  • Amazon Am A Bot
    Married guy here. This sounds like desperation on his part: desperate to get you into bed.

    Tell him that he came across as desperate and wanting sex with no strings attached—and if that is the case you’re not interested. But if he isn’t looking for that and just has no game—and you really like him—give him some friendly coaching. I was clueless when dating my wife and I am still grateful to her after nearly 20 years of knowing her.
    Apr 141
    • Thank you. I have told him this when I canceled the date and this is the best way I could think of.
      Apr 14
  • Google bhh
    Oh boo hooooo. So fucking offensive
    5d0
  • New gJyp57
    Well, it's obvious that there is no attraction, so why go out with him? It seems that you have your guard up and it's because of his suggestion, which was bad of course. If you were interested in him, but felt he was moving too fast, why not simply say "drinks will be fine".
    Apr 121
    • Attraction can be developed over time and doesn’t always happen right away. Now my interest dwindling to zero
      Apr 12
  • Intel blob_swan
    Short messages without body language are easy to be misinterpreted. You could be right about the guy or totally wrong. Even if you were wrong, I don't feel to bad for the guy since he shouldn't have used text to ask someone out of he was serious about the person. Then again, maybe that's how young people(men or women) communicate nowadays and then you just have to live with the fact that it's a really lousy form of communication. Pick up the phone once a while.
    Apr 121
    • Intel Who.Dis
      It’s absolutely a young person phenomenon (note that she kind of mentions that flirting would normally occur via text). That being said, phone calls can be pretty great.
      Apr 12
  • Exa Corp. gogo1992
    Why did he msg'd you again when you did not send him any response.
    His first mistake right there. End of Story!!!
    6d0
  • Twitter juJJ15
    Ok? You have the right to do this. What are you asking for?
    Apr 150
  • Datometry / EngLangEr
    I wonder if things would be any different if he hadn’t used the smiley after ‘wine’.
    Apr 150
  • Redfin lisafrank
    He’s just playing dumb
    Apr 120
  • Facebook bl@ckmamba
    Serious answer: Ive been there with a girl I dated even though I’ve never invited myself over on the second date.
    For me, it was just being financially conscious. Drinks for two and maybe dinner at a high end place might cost a lot. Bringing wine at home is a cheaper option. I think you need context before jumping the gun on this guy.
    Apr 121
    • I think when I read this response I considered this minute possibility. But then I remember my college boyfriend who was working 2 jobs. He didn’t have anything but he still could take me out for pizza on our first date and cooked for me when we first met.

      Still, i think you’re right. He’s trying to be financially conscious since he’s an accountant by profession.

      The caring nature does reveal itself though. He said he wants me to invite him over for wine at my place. He is implying I supply the wine and nowhere he offered to bring wine over. And plus it’s a set up for a booty call so it’s so easy for him.
      Apr 12
  • Intel Act2016
    I can help but I won’t come over if you asked me.
    Apr 121
    • Intel Act2016
      So can I come over now
      Apr 12
  • Oracle fukitol
    For the love of purple mushrooms, can we have some closure for this thread already: @op, tell the guy to spank his monkey if he's horny. Done! Now let's move on.
    Apr 150
  • PayPal theniceguy
    Ok
    Apr 130

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