Was he drunk or did he block out the memories?
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
This whole dating idea is confusing, mixed signals and disappointments all play a huge role. I have been seeing this guy for going on two months, talk every day, get together every weekend for whatever. Last week though we went from him using "hanging out" to dating and I was so thrilled thought taking it slow does work. This past Saturday we went out to this club and this was the first time we ever went to club together gone to bars and stuff but this was different. We were dancing and he went to the bar to grab a few drinks when two guys one after another approached me and tried to pull me to the dance floor I told them was here with someone when they didn't care and kept pulling me out, here he comes grabs my arms and takes me to the bar with him and says he needed to get me out of there. I thought how cute he was jealous and thought he does like me for real, guys were flirting with me and he would give them this dirty look and I was loving it. We were dancing and very close, he pulls me in more up to his chest and we start making out on the dance floor, it was the most romantic and passionate kiss I have encountered. He kept telling me I would get him if I did this or that and it was fun. He is not an affectionate guy and I don't mind that but Saturday night he kept putting his arm at my waist, kissing me here and there and I was loving it. Getting to the point driving home he brought up the conversation of "us" and added a word I never heard of then dropped the conversation completely, called me when he got home to say goodnight and called me babe. I spoke with him yesterday and turns out he does not remember making out on the dance floor, or driving me home. He remembers the two guys, so what exactly does that mean?
Two possibilities come to mind: he was drunk or he wants to block out the memories. Actually a third possibility is that he is simply denying what happened.
My best guess is that he was drunk. Why not ask him?
Best of luck,
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com