Sick of dating games Camlivereal
Honestly, we were a good match but he waited until he moved 3,000 miles away to admit to having feelings for me. (Well, he did.) I had no issue being like “HI I LIKE YOU I HOPE THAT’S OKAY.” I knew he liked me back. Why would I ditch them so far away and ruin your dreams? By basic expectations I mean: you are able to have a decent conversation and you’re both having fun.
The last time I saw him we went on this sweet date and the next day he was so uncomfortable with me. I don’t need to have 45 minute daily discussion about the fuzzywuzzies, but I shouldn’t be afraid to terrify you if I have an emotion other than horniness. When you say you want to take me on a date, I know you’re taking it seriously and that I’m not going out with some 19-year-old kid. The idea that you feel like you need to tell me you something you don’t believe, just so you can get in my pants, is ridiculous. I would rather know up front what you’re interested in. It’s okay if you want to talk to me or want to see me again. “Oh my god, that woman was amazing and I definitely want to see her again but instead of just making it happen I’m going to make her sit around and wonder if I like her or not.” Following through shouldn’t be a rarity. I can call my mom and have her tell me I’m pretty if I really need to hear it. I don’t need to hear some long rambling speech about how incredible you think I am when, in reality, you’re just trying to bust a nut. (If you don’t like me back: see above.) It’s okay if we talk.I don't want to write an essay about myself stating in 500 words or less why you should be dating me.I want someone who understands that yeah i do have to work at nights and no my days off are never usually grouped together so when i have a day off i would like to be in your company.
I can say with out any hint of conceitedness that I'm fairly attractive i go to the gym.