I've been on many first online dates that never went beyond that even when they said they had fun and wanted to go out again. To me, I'm trying to filter you out by determining you aren't completely insane.I'm at the point now where I'm surprised when people do follow up. As long as you arent totally insane, I will try to have a second date.I'm asking because I just signed up for online dating and the most recent date (last night) was with a guy who's great on paper -- 6'4", 30 yrs old, relatively cute, and an anesthesiologist doing his fellowship.In person he was friendly and a decent conversationalist (btw - not shy as far as I could tell) but I didn't sense a spark.Chances are, if I thought she was worth one date, I'm going to think she is worth two.If I'm not interested in a second date, it generally means either I did a poor job of evaluating her before the first date or she presented herself inaccurately.It's a matter of his own options, not those of all men.) It could also mean that his interpretation of how the date went was much more positive than yours. If you didn't, don't.i've been on 6 first dates in my life...
Now (the next evening) he's texted me saying he had fun and hopes we can do it again soon.
So, I actually try to build a friendship and try to see if a mental connection can be made, "Do we click" sort of thing.
Honestly, from your description of the guy, he sounds like a solid catch, attractive, with a lot going for him. To put things in perspective, I had a date lined up with a physicians assistant last weekend. She last second gave me some garbage about "I'm out to dinner with a friend, is it ok if I'm an hour late?
It’s been a great night of drinks, dinner, and conversation, but the evening is coming to a close as the bill is finally brought to the table.
Questions start to flood your mind: Do I offer to pay?