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Post third date behavior - help me decode

(9 Posts)
toddthebarber Tue 21-May-13 07:29:27

Had a smashing third date over the weekend, we made a few rough plans, but were both very drunk at the time and this was pre shag, so im fully aware doesnt count for much.

Anyway, really good time, sex was fantastic. Didnt think i would hear from him again since i was sick all over his bathroom and he cleaned up.
( mortifying)

Anyway, we swapped a few texts sunday and then yesterday i was most surprised to see a fb friend request.

then he ' liked' a few of my pictures.

Then a little while later he text and we chatted for a little while.

So - im thinking this bodes well and i will probably see him again? But you never know with these things and since this is about as exciting as my love life has got for a while, i thought i would see what others thought?

CogitoErgoSometimes Tue 21-May-13 07:46:31

Are you always this passive? Waiting around for someone to work out if they want to see you again and de-coding picture likes for hints? hmm Bloody hell... if you like the guy and you want to see him again, get on the phone and make the date yourself. Take charge. It's 2013.... and the 'shrinking violet' act will do you no favours in life.

SmallShips Tue 21-May-13 07:47:25

Sounds promising to me!

I puked up the sleeve of a naval officers jacket (with his arm still in it) on our first date - after dealing with the crippling mortification, we went on to date for many months blushgrin

toddthebarber Tue 21-May-13 07:59:22

cognito, no, i instigated the third date. But at this stage its never great to come on too strong and both parties tend to be holding their cards close to their chests.

smallships, goodness, yep, that trumps my puking incident!

Relaxedandhappyperson Tue 21-May-13 08:04:02

"never great to come on too strong" - well, showing a bit of interest probably helps too...

toddthebarber Tue 21-May-13 08:19:10

yes, which i have done by chatting to him via text. i also text him in the morning wishing him luck for his big presentation. Goodness, quite where did you get that i was just sitting waiting?

CogitoErgoSometimes Tue 21-May-13 08:43:14

Cards? Chests? Will he? Won't he?..... sounds far too much like hard work to me.

littlemissgiggles79 Tue 21-May-13 09:19:12

Good advice:


akaWisey Tue 21-May-13 20:45:58

little can you link that again?

Thank you.

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