I am wondering

  • JP85257

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    Oct 19, 2011 6:33 AM GMT
    I have met and hung out with this guy I kind of like 2 times. He has already started saying things like: "I miss you."

    We have hung out twice......He is 25 and I feel that is a little juvenile.

    Am I wrong?

    He also has a gigantic dick and a cute face.
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    Oct 19, 2011 6:37 AM GMT
    Do you agree that your time together was special? Did you see the universe in a whole new light in his presence? Do birds gather and hold banners with both of your names on them when you wake up in the morning????

    No?


    Run away.... He will be needy.

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    (Option 2: Tell him you want something very... casual. He may GTFO, or you made a new friend with a huge cock and cute face)
  • JP85257

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    Oct 19, 2011 6:41 AM GMT
    I like him. He is very nice, very caring and can sing. No change in perspective or anything like that. I think I am a little jaded and to much of a bitter queen for it to be immediate.
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    Oct 19, 2011 6:44 AM GMT
    JP85257 saidI have met and hung out with this guy I kind of like 2 times. He has already started saying things like: "I miss you."

    We have hung out twice......He is 25 and I feel that is a little juvenile.

    He also has a gigantic dick and a cute face.


    The pot can't call the kettle black...

    I'm kidding. Yeah, that is a bit soon. How long ago did you guys meet? If it's been 2 weeks since you've met then nothing wrong with that.
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    Oct 19, 2011 6:46 AM GMT
    mochamuscle said
    JP85257 saidI have met and hung out with this guy I kind of like 2 times. He has already started saying things like: "I miss you."

    We have hung out twice......He is 25 and I feel that is a little juvenile.

    He also has a gigantic dick and a cute face.


    The pot can't call the kettle black...



    Don't just assume that because the kid has a big- Oh, wait... I see what you did there icon_biggrin.gif
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    Oct 19, 2011 6:47 AM GMT
    mochamuscle said
    JP85257 saidI have met and hung out with this guy I kind of like 2 times. He has already started saying things like: "I miss you."

    We have hung out twice......He is 25 and I feel that is a little juvenile.

    He also has a gigantic dick and a cute face.


    The pot can't call the kettle black...

    lol I was being funny is all. Im gay and I get measurements before I proceed to far.
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    Oct 19, 2011 6:53 AM GMT
    JP85257 said
    mochamuscle said
    JP85257 saidI have met and hung out with this guy I kind of like 2 times. He has already started saying things like: "I miss you."

    We have hung out twice......He is 25 and I feel that is a little juvenile.

    He also has a gigantic dick and a cute face.


    The pot can't call the kettle black...

    lol I was being funny is all. Im gay and I get measurements before I proceed to far.


    He has a point... He's gay and all those people care about is dick size in relationships. I read that in Time Magazine.
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    Oct 19, 2011 10:37 AM GMT
    Just because he made a declarative statement along the lines of he misses you, whatever the motive, don't assume he genuinely means it to the extent that he is falling madly in love with you.



    Albeit, If you had sex, or even if you didn't, you connect as friends, you share a level of intimacy, you still connect as friends after meeting etc, he is allowed to miss you, to a reasonable degree. Don't be an arrogant/presumptuous douche, bro.
  • craigcmead

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    Oct 19, 2011 11:14 AM GMT
    I would take it that he likes you and is looking forward to spending more time with you.
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    Oct 19, 2011 11:40 AM GMT
    I find, from here and people I know, young gays tend wear their heart on their sleeve. After 1 date kids are saying stupid crap like love and miss without knowing what it really means.

    It's just a sign of loneliness and desperation.
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    Oct 19, 2011 1:15 PM GMT
    Eh age is something that can be gotten over (as long as you remain legal!)

    This guy is currently pursuing me that is 37 and I am 24 so that is a bigger difference that the one between you two. The age doesn't bother me.
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    Oct 19, 2011 1:30 PM GMT
    He is clearly a psycho. But his face and cock might be worth the price of admission.




    Actually its not. He is still a little boy (except below the belt). Just know that going in.
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    Oct 20, 2011 1:01 AM GMT
    Dallasfan824 saidHe is clearly a psycho. But his face and cock might be worth the price of admission.




    Actually its not. He is still a little boy (except below the belt). Just know that going in.


    I dont anyway think he is psycho. He is a nice guy.

    The ONLY other thing that is off putting is the fact that he is 35 minutes away and has not bought a car yet and I am expected to do all the driving.

    It wouldnt be so bad if I didnt drive for a living.....
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    Oct 20, 2011 2:45 AM GMT
    Trollileo said
    JP85257 saidI like him. He is very nice, very caring and can sing. No change in perspective or anything like that. I think I am a little jaded and to much of a bitter queen for it to be immediate.
    I do not remember this...

    What do you mean?
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    Oct 20, 2011 4:09 AM GMT
    JP85257 saidI have met and hung out with this guy I kind of like 2 times. He has already started saying things like: "I miss you."

    We have hung out twice......He is 25 and I feel that is a little juvenile.

    Am I wrong?

    He also has a gigantic dick and a cute face.



    I think anyone, regardless of age, who says, "I miss you" when you've only seen each other a couple of times is a sign of desperation, loneliness, and indicative of past personal issues that went unresolved and they are overcompensating.

    I think you need to set boundaries and expectations sooner rather than later before he makes his own assumptions. I also agree with others that he could be just expressing his interest in you, but it's better to air things out so both of you are on the same page.

    Interesting you mention the car thing. Granted, there could be mitigating factors at play, but if he doesn't have a car, find out why. Financial issues? Laziness? Does he even have a (valid) license?

    Forget the cute face and ample package. There's always more to someone than that and sometime it's not always as pretty as the physical features. You seem to be honing in on that though with the initial concern.
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    Oct 20, 2011 8:30 AM GMT
    BluEyes077 said
    JP85257 saidI have met and hung out with this guy I kind of like 2 times. He has already started saying things like: "I miss you."

    We have hung out twice......He is 25 and I feel that is a little juvenile.

    Am I wrong?

    He also has a gigantic dick and a cute face.



    I think anyone, regardless of age, who says, "I miss you" when you've only seen each other a couple of times is a sign of desperation, loneliness, and indicative of past personal issues that went unresolved and they are overcompensating.

    I think you need to set boundaries and expectations sooner rather than later before he makes his own assumptions. I also agree with others that he could be just expressing his interest in you, but it's better to air things out so both of you are on the same page.

    Interesting you mention the car thing. Granted, there could be mitigating factors at play, but if he doesn't have a car, find out why. Financial issues? Laziness? Does he even have a (valid) license?

    Forget the cute face and ample package. There's always more to someone than that and sometime it's not always as pretty as the physical features. You seem to be honing in on that though with the initial concern.

    The car issue has to do with him moving here from NY. Personally I would have had one before I made the move to make the transition easier, but thats me.

    I dont really know how to act when someone likes me. icon_cry.gif