ok spent last friday out with him .. had the best time ever. he said when i got out the car he thought WOW- but now i am doubting myself due to rubbish comments for men in the past he is away this weekend at a festival so this weekend is out.. he said to me that when he gets back he would like me to take few days off work so we can spend some time together.. which was lovely thing to say
BUT i have only heard from him once this week is that ok and am i just worrying for no reason- which i do tend to do to be honest
I am so out of practise with this dating stuff
And i am not the kind of person to bombard him woth texts etc.. and he is really not into texting I wish i could be more relaxed about this..
Yes, def leave it now and no doubt you will hear from him in the week. I think some blokes are just like that, my dp was when we got together, he never texted me, only rang me to make arrangements for the next time we were to see each other.
Hes still like that now! Rubbish on his phone, never has any battery, leaves it at home blah blah, just the way he his.
Keep yourself bsy over the weekend take your mind off him and hope you have a lovely few dates together when he gets back from the festival.
I just wish i knew either way.. I know he is not a texter as before we met we both went to a gig seperately.. he texted me on way home i replied then 6 days later he texted me saying he wasnt sure if he had replied to my text i had sent him the week before!!!
I am over anylasing (sp) everything he said like would he have said about me taking time off work to spend time with him if he didnt like me.. I am so paranoid, as last bloke i was connected to told me in a brutal fashion he didnt fancy me and it has really knocked me.. but then would he have said when i got out the car he thought WOW.. he didnt have to say nice things to me if he didnt mean them.. ARRRGGGHHHHHH
I am trying to think well if he doesnt like me then ok i dont want to be with someone who doesnt like me as much as i like them.
Don't text or... of you simply have to write the text out and then send it to yourself. Yes I know it sounds odd but one of my friends swears by it. Read the text a few times and you'll hopefully realise that whatever you were going to text him isn't worth sending as it can actually wait.
For example, instead of asking if he's having a good time, you can wait a couple more days and when he returns, ask him if he 'had' a good time.
God I don't think this makes sense ... basically just don't text yet.
Oh, if you don't hear from him don't give up yet. He's a festival and presumably with a group of friends and so is occupied with other things.
I've been chatting to a guy for a week or so (we haven't met up yet) and yesterday he sent me a text at around 9am.
I didn't actually reply until about 9pm simply because I was ridiculously busy. He admitted that he thought I wasn't ever going to respond.
The point is, when you're waiting for someone to respond to you, its v easy to forget that they might genuinely be v busy. I guess I always assume the worst (because of previous experiences etc). However, not all men are going to mess you about.
he is a bit older than me. and my friend keeps telling me that he isnt form the texting generation.. he says much more to my face about how much he likes me etc... wheres as i would find it easier to write that sort of thing down
He knows about the bloke that turned round and said ' i just dont fancy you' so he said to me no matter what happens between us i will always fancy you...
we are meant to be going to concert in a few weeks he got the tickets.. and staying overnight in London... so i am really looking forward to that... if i ever hear from him again...
it's entirely up to you here of course but yes if it helps you draft a text but seriously do not contact him until he contacts you and then not an instantaneous reply! believe me needy isn't a great look!and without wishing to sound old fashioned here or using 'the rules' he needs to think that he must make an effort to secure another date with you and if he doesn't make the effort then sadly chalk it up to experience and move on