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if you are texting all day and find his humor in line with yours, I would say you are on the right track. Be more free with it all--otherwise your desire to have a "relationship" and evaluate things from that point of view and strategize that will prevent the VERY thing you want! It's ONE date, try not to think so far down the road. Be careful because you need to slow down from jumping too far into the future and trust yourself some more. One date is hardly an investment nor requires that you determine if there is a future for the two of you. You can get him more into adventurous eating and maybe he can get you more into sports bars or wherever he picks up those chicken wings! As far as hobbies and interests go, one of the great things about a good relationship is that you can expand the other person's horizons and vice versa. If you can trust your instincts you will know when it isn't right or worth pursuing any further. If there is enough traction (i would say texting all day long and enjoying it is enough), then go on the one date. It's a fact (though I don't have a link) that it is less important that you share the same hobbies and interests than have similar values and approach to life. But it all doesn't matter at this point.added by Lets for Lucy Marie on 17.02.2020 in 02:15
Tell him to get lost. The way he's acting- ignoring you on his b-day, I'd say he's not your boyfriend.added by Sojourn for Lucy Marie on 21.02.2020 in 19:32
Nice little ego boost for him at your expense.added by Sreppok for Lucy Marie on 18.02.2020 in 06:07
Everyone has needs that need to be fulfilled, including you, so don't worry about it. I only think it's shallow to only focus on his size and not the larger picture: that he rocks your world not only in bed, but with who he is. But, I don't think it's shallow to not want to be with someone who doesn't satisfy your needs.