Is He Interested or Is He Just Nice?
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
I am 25 years old and a young professional. Dating has been nonexistent for awhile. A few months ago, I met this guy at a party. We been keeping in contact on the phone and he would invite me out to various activities in his town.
This past weekend, we finally hooked up, except not intimately. Not saying that we would of, but we just hung out. The only problem was that my friend was with us the whole time. My friend is gay, and I think he was attracted to the guy I was interested as well. Anyway, it was really hard to read they guy I was with. We really had a hard time talking, nevertheless, there wasn't any real body language to even tell that he was interested.
Anyway, we all went out to dinner,and it seemed just like a bunch of friends going out. At the end of the night, we all went our seperate ways, but S* called me to come over to my hotel. Nothing happend, but just before he left, he did ask me to dinner in the elevator, and then he did kiss me goodbye. I was on top of the world.
The next day, I found that he left his sunglasses in my room. When I called him, it sounded like he was still sleeping, but he told me to hold on to them for him, and that he hopes I have a safe drive home. And that was the end. My question, after this long story is...Do you think he is interested, additionally, how long do I wait to call him? I hate guys that are hard to read!!!Now, I don't know what to do or feel. HELP!!!!!!!
Guys aren't hard to read! They are just as hard or easy as any other person is. You guys had fun, he kissed you, you had fun! That sounds like you both liked each other. So call him and talk to him and keep the relationship going! You shouldn't "play games" with when to call him or not call him. A friendship is about people calling when they want to talk, and enjoying their time together. So build up that friendship. But next time, I might go without the gay guy along :)
-- from Jenn
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