is a second date in order?Visitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Male
I met a girl through a work conference a month weeks ago. We started chatting online a few weeks ago. We do the same job but at different offices. I hit her up first and then she started hitting me up and i asked her out for drinks. We had set up a date but then she was sick that week so we postponed and then finally had drinks this past thursday. I had thought she was blowin' me off last week so when we actually had drinks, i had doubts about whether there was going to much to it. As it turns out, I had a great time with her and she says she had a great time as well. We ended up having drinks for four hours and then called it a night as we both had to work the next day.
So yesterday she hits me up to see if i made it in ok. We chatted a few times during the day and I asked her if i could take her to dinner. She said she had a birthday party to go to last night and a girls night out tonight. I asked about Sunday and she said usually does nothing on sundays since she is usually tired from the weekend. She said she'd call if she was feeling up to doing anything sunday otherwise we'd try to get dinner next week.
My question to you is this: Does this add up to second date or is she not feeling me? I'm a bit nuerotic sometimes and this could be that very thing. I would say all signs point to a second date and she's interested. Just wanted an objective opinion please. I'm just used to more obvious signs or a phone call the next day. Then again..that could just be the type of women i encounter! Anyway, could you please just tell me what you think? I'd appreciate it. Thanks!
It seems to me that she likes you and wants to have another date.
You two had such a good time when you went out for drinks it would be only natural that she would want to go out again.
Good luck! George
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