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    I met this guy online, we matched and I started the conversation. Initially he was so late with replies that I thought he didn't like me but it was because he was on holiday. He told me once he's backhe'll give me his full attention. Which made me happy and I think I liked him quite a bit but thing is he spoke.. Oddly on there, can't explain but the language he used was just very, old school.
    So he asked me out on a date and I said yes straight away and was so happy but then the way he spoke freaked me out and I started over thinking things and showed the convo to 2 of my friends who were both like WTF is this guy what a weirdo. One of my friends said I should still go on the date as an experience but the other was like I really wouldn't he sounds odd.
    By this point I was vomitting everytime I even thought of going on the date because I became anxious and I lost my appetite completely. Anyway so I cancelled the date and told him I was busy and not looking for anything so I'll be deleting that dating app account as well and deleted it. Before that he'd asked for my insta and I'd given it.
    I regret this because at the time I was fine and actually relieved to be not going on the date but it's been a week since and now I miss talking to him so much.
    The only thing I have him on is insta but I can hardly message him on there now can I? Ive found his Twitter from years ago and have been on it constantly because it feels like that's the only thing I have left. I'm going back to the city he lives in this Thursday because that's where my uni is.
    I miss him which is weird cos I don't know him what do I do about him???
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    It's natural to miss something when you've become used to it. In my opinion, you felt something weird, and instincts are often right; the best way to deal with this is just try to forget him. You'll meet other people, you haven't missed out on anything. If you haven't yet then you might want to talk to your friends about how you feel on the whole situation. They know you better than I do and should be of more tailored assistance
 
 
 
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