He asked for a few days to think things over, but I was hurt by the comparison and I think after 6 dates you should know where you want to go. I was thinking about him, was happy to meet him, admired his good qualities. But maybe he is right, and I should look for the person with whom I’m feeling an immediate connection with? That I was lacking qualities as a woman to meet his expectations. He also told me that I never did anything for him and I should have cleaned his place more and stuff like that.
I had that before, all it led to me ignoring all the red flags and got heartbroken. Of course he called the next day, apologizing for everything he said and he didn’t mean any of it.
If you're confused about where you've landed, this is the gist of this place - "r4r" stands for "redditor for redditor" and is meant to be the de facto reddit community for people meeting people for anything.
That's fellow students, dating, playing music together, marriage prospects, penpals, playing board games, hookups, movie/tv-watching, sharing poetry, FWBs, celebrity gossip, video games, sports talk, meme-sharing, etc etc etc.
I've been using Tinder for about two months now. What I noticed almost immediately, is that I rarely get likes in Tinder from women bellow 26 years old. I’m not-really comfortable with meeting up so soon. I feel like I shouldn't feel obligated to keep talking to him. She canceled because she was sick, she told me the morning of, so I was fine.
But not the amount of likes surprised me, but the same age pattern which I described above, happened again. I’m not really looking for anything right now, I felt a little pressured by the type of questions you were asking me. We've only been talking for 4 days, we never even flirted or anything, just talked about our interests.
Or that there’s something wrong with you in some way.
I have to admit sometimes even I can’t help but think that there must be something flawed about a potential partner who is single in their 30s.
Purchased Tinder Gold almost immediately, to not waste time in its swiping game. Along with Tinder, I registered in Badoo, and purchased its Badoo Premium. Same profile, with same photos and with same description in both apps. While in Badoo, it happened more often (around 70% of dates I had from Badoo). I really hope you don’t think that I was leading you on, those weren’t my intentions.” Then he texted me back, saying “oh well we can meet up for a coffee or something? I thought of telling him but he seems so insecure about himself, I don't know how to even do that. We moved the meet to the next Thursday, she canceled again this time with just an hours notice because of a work thing.There ARE rules, however, and everybody is expected to follow them.