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    I have been seeing this guy for a few weeks and here is what happened. I dont drink due to my religion, nonetheless he invited me to a pub outing with his family. I politely declined and sent best wishes. He responded and said doesnt drink either (which not true), and again asked me to join him and said I could have something non alcholic instead. I explained to him that that I dont feel comfortable in such environment and I apologized profusely. He didnt respond to this message to say ok or anything and its been two weeks. Had he responded I would have suggested another date...
    I am kicking myself thinking is he waiting for me to say something else or does his silence mean that its over? I really don't understand am I in the wrong? what is going on someone please help me shed a light on this.
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    You're not in the wrong. Ask him what his deal is. If he doesn't reply or continues to be weird, move on.

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