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I'm seeing a girl I met on tinder who's a year older than I am and we are (as far as I'm aware) hitting it off really well! We've met up twice coffee, then drinks, talk quite regularly and she's a lovely and very down to earth person. I'm getting on fine for now because as it's relaxed and admittedly a tiny bit awkward at times but still fairly above sea level (If ya know what I mean). However I'm absolutely awful at, and oblivious to anything slightly romantic or sexual, well... at least outside of a functional preexisting relationship.

So any advice from you, the infamous TSR community?
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Cinema?
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Cinema?
We're going for a walk and then maybe grabbing food soon. Good suggestion but I meant that I'm awful with the kinda intimate things like knowing when there's a hint or if she feels tension when I do etc etc
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We're going for a walk and then maybe grabbing food soon. Good suggestion but I meant that I'm awful with the kinda intimate things like knowing when there's a hint or if she feels tension when I do etc etc
Have you kissed?
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We're going for a walk and then maybe grabbing food soon. Good suggestion but I meant that I'm awful with the kinda intimate things like knowing when there's a hint or if she feels tension when I do etc etc
If you're sat at the back of the cinema you will just know if that shared feeling is there...
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Have you kissed?
I don't think I would be asking if we had to be honest
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If you're sat at the back of the cinema you will just know if that shared feeling is there...
I suppose that's probably true, I'm am just :dolphin::dolphin::dolphin::dolphin:ing awful with women!
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Meh, Tinder dates never last. Its good at the start but it won't last long.
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I suppose that's probably true, I'm am just :dolphin::dolphin::dolphin::dolphin:ing awful with women!
What you have experienced/felt in the past is not necessarily an indication of what will occur/be felt in the future...

If you do go for that walk soon and it is good weather, you could go to one of these (popping up everywhere) Gelato stores - that might break a bit of ice....
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Meh, Tinder dates never last. Its good at the start but it won't last long.
Thanks for the constructive and optimistic advice. Much appreciated!
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What you have experienced/felt in the past is not necessarily an indication of what will occur/be felt in the future...

If you do go for that walk soon and it is good weather, you could go to one of these (popping up everywhere) Gelato stores - that might break a bit of ice....
Loving the pun! If it's not good weather I think the cinema would be the back up choice, but that's a good idea!

Yeah I'm pretty sure that I'm basing my preconceptions on my previous experiences and that, that's not the way to go.
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Loving the pun! If it's not good weather I think the cinema would be the back up choice, but that's a good idea!

Yeah I'm pretty sure that I'm basing my preconceptions on my previous experiences and that, that's not the way to go.
No Sir, I don't believe it is...

Good luck though and may the Force be with you
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Take her out to an early film viewing, leaving enough time to invite her to dinner /coffee where you can talk about the film and anything else.
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