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in. Chris was ghosting me.
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It was Friday evening, only eight hours after I had texted him, but you get a sense for these things. We tended to be two hour people. Still, maybe he was busy. I decided to enjoy my night out with friends and worry about it later. Chris was cute. We got along fine, altho u gh it took until date three for us to really click. We were both food people, somewhat Looking for anything serious, and probably liked alcohol a little more than necessary. There was playful touching, hand holding, and eventually, on date four, a little messing around on his couch.
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Date four. A little far in to be ghosted, but not completely out of the realm of possibility. Monday rolled around. A few hours later, my phone buzzed, and there it was.
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A well worded text about how he was looking for something serious, and he liked me, so he wanted to give it a shot. I guess he had a point there.
See, I like being single. Duh, Jing Jing. Common sense. To be fair, I still get these, albeit in lesser quantities.
Over text? First date? Third date? In the middle of sex? Real question. Someone help me out. There are plenty of great guys out there looking for real, meaningful relationships.
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But there are also some creepy, not so nice guys. Is that too much to ask?
So, for now, my strategy has been to casually slip it into conversation. Some wise people tell me how you do it.
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