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    I was on a date with a girl I met online last week and there's about a 90min train journey between us both. I went over to her town to save her the hassle, and thankfully the date went pretty well.

    Now we have a 2nd date lined up but she's saying to come over to my town. I would prefer that we met in her town however (long story). Would it seem a bit wierd / needy if I insisted on travelling to her town again? Or should I leave her to do the travelling this time round?
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    I doubt she'll stand you up if you suggest "can I come to your town to make it easier for you?"
    She might see it as "saves me the trouble"
    But also it's kind of going to be asked about, she may say why and you'll need to explain it to her. There's no point lying and evading it, unless it's really that much of a sensitive problem or such.
    Let her know and I'm sure it will be fine. It's not seen as needy, it's reasonable to ask. Hope that's of any use at all.
 
 
 
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