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    hi

    basically i'm travelling abroad in se asia, and a friend of a friend who lives in the town i am in at the moment has been really kind and shown me around the town a couple times. she invited me to dinner wiht her and her old school friends. i didn't really talk to anyone in particular, but joined in the whole table conversation. this friend of a friend has now left the country to start a new job.

    one of the guys got my number from her, i guess and started texting me. he asked me if i wanted to go to dinner tomorrow. i don't know him very well at all, but how can i make sure it is not a date, and get out of it without being mean if he says it is...?

    (please write back fast - i only have 1 hr of internet left, thanks!)

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    hi

    basically i'm travelling abroad in se asia, and a friend of a friend who lives in the town i am in at the moment has been really kind and shown me around the town a couple times. she invited me to dinner wiht her and her old school friends. i didn't really talk to anyone in particular, but joined in the whole table conversation. this friend of a friend has now left the country to start a new job.

    one of the guys got my number from her, i guess and started texting me. he asked me if i wanted to go to dinner tomorrow. i don't know him very well at all, but how can i make sure it is not a date, and get out of it without being mean if he says it is...?

    (please write back fast - i only have 1 hr of internet left, thanks!)

    xx
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    "Dinner" = almost certainly a date.
 
 
 
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