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    I met this guy when he invited my friend for dinner (loves to cook) and he made me dinner too - he is a brilliant chef anyway, during the evening he was occasionally touchy feely, mainly acting like a gentleman etc. But he has a lot of female friends so I've been wary that he's a flirt.

    Anyway, a couple of weeks later he asked me to meet for coffee. I was quite far away from him in the city but he had found a coffee shop near to where I was. In the end, I had to leave due to work, felt v bad about it and asked to reschedule. When we made a loose plan for a week later (that he said he was keen for), I never heard from him again!

    So last night I am out again with friends & he appears. Again, we talked most of the night, he was touching me a lot & jokingly pinched my waist a couple of times. Said he wanted to cook for me again. He even forgot he was meant to be leaving to meet his flatmates at a restaurant & when I reminded him, he asked me to go with him. I couldn't as I had a visitng friend staying with me. As we parted, he says "I hope to see you soon for a drink at X pub". Another loose plan with no solid time! What do you think?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I met this guy when he invited my friend for dinner (loves to cook) and he made me dinner too - he is a brilliant chef anyway, during the evening he was occasionally touchy feely, mainly acting like a gentleman etc. But he has a lot of female friends so I've been wary that he's a flirt.

    Anyway, a couple of weeks later he asked me to meet for coffee. I was quite far away from him in the city but he had found a coffee shop near to where I was. In the end, I had to leave due to work, felt v bad about it and asked to reschedule. When we made a loose plan for a week later (that he said he was keen for), I never heard from him again!

    So last night I am out again with friends & he appears. Again, we talked most of the night, he was touching me a lot & jokingly pinched my waist a couple of times. Said he wanted to cook for me again. He even forgot he was meant to be leaving to meet his flatmates at a restaurant & when I reminded him, he asked me to go with him. I couldn't as I had a visitng friend staying with me. As we parted, he says "I hope to see you soon for a drink at X pub". Another loose plan with no solid time! What do you think?
    I think you should actually meet up with him at somepoint and see how it goes! You don't have an awful lot of evidence yet
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    I think you should actually meet up with him at somepoint and see how it goes! You don't have an awful lot of evidence yet
    Ha ha. Well I did try to reschedule and he disappeared!

    When we've been out in groups we always drift together and I felt a spark. But what if it's not a date and then I feel like kissing him at the end...?
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    Ha ha. Well I did try to reschedule and he disappeared!

    When we've been out in groups we always drift together and I felt a spark. But what if it's not a date and then I feel like kissing him at the end...?
    The easiest way to decipher would be to find out during the meet up whether it's a date or not. Then you both know where you stand.
 
 
 
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