Remember, I was doing an experiment with Match.com? I joined for a couple months just to see what would happen, but secretly wondering if I would meet a lot of guys and go on some dates. I did meet a few guys, and I did end up going on a couple dates. But as nice as a guy that he is, he just isn't for me.
Here comes the awkward part that I hate. Telling him that I was pretty sure he liked me a lot more than I liked him. I still haven't officially done that.
Unless he reads this blog...oops.
He hasn't text me for a couple days, so maybe I'm off the hook altogether. If only I could be that lucky.
I realized from the beginning that interacting with guys online was different than trying to form relationships face-to-face. I feel like there was a different code. In real life I am all about telling the person how I feel face-to-face, not over a text or email. In this instance, I almost feel like I have to go the less personal way since that is the main way we communicate.
Either way I don't want to make him cry. Actually I'm sure he won't cry, but it is always a ping to the ego.
So what do I do? How do you tell a guy you're just not that in to him in a gentle, not-so-horrible way?
Readers I need your advice.
Yes, that's you. Leave me a comment.
Ok, ok, I'll do it.
Gosh you guys. ;)