Horsecrazygal21 wrote:Okay, so far the last 2 dates I've went on were not good.
The first one: I thought it went well his name was Joe Clark he works as EMS/Firefighter/Photographer. I thought the date went well and that the interest was mutual given the fact that before the night was over he kissed me and agreed too a second date which never happened because he blew me off. Turns out his mother is a doctor here in town. My mother says that explains why he blew me off. I was an emotional wreck for a week afterwards. Because I have been lied to by yet another guy.
Then Thursday night I met Israel for dinner. First of all we had very little to talk about but that's not the bad part. He kept checking his cellphone during the dinner and telling me about his best friend who is a woman and who also as of Wednesday night would be moving in with him to the new house he just purchased. Not something you should tell a woman on a first date.
That first one still stings because it was the first time in a long time that I've been instantly attracted to someone and wanted a second date. Guys, if you go on a date with a woman please be honest/truthful about your interest.
May I ask how these dates are coming about? through a date service of some sort? Best way is to involve yourself with something you like where young men also participate and let them get to know you that way. It's much more relaxed and you get to observe them and they observe you. Just a thought. I see what your Mother is saying about the Firemen guy with the doctor Mother, but being a Fireman is not exactly in the ranks of being a doctor (professional vocation), so what I'm saying is that it's not like he can go around pretending his some kind of rich doctor or something. Does he live with his Mother? When it comes to relationship, Fireman and police do not score well. They usually hold the "brotherhood" of their fellow police/fire as more important than anything else. That's a general statement, but I can tell you around my town, the gossip usually involves fire/police - both male AND female. One married female cop has gone from one officer to another and if her husband (who is an attorney) doesn't know he has to be the dumbest guy on the face of the planet. It's a shame cause her husband is such a nice guy and they are married long enough to have kids in college. Real soap opera. But this is not the only instance ... story upon story re: cops/fire.