lilTanker saidI love that "we were getting along great" always hear people say that when they talk about guys who go silent.
It really should be "I was getting along great with him, he was just along for the ride to the next stop"
True, that may be the case here. But first week of law school may also be genuinely hectic, with little attention paid to personal texts & emails for a while, that might entail time-consuming obligations which aren't welcome right now. We all have to prioritize our lives at some points.
I often defer replying or even opening emails when I'm busy, with the danger that I'll do a mind dump and effectively delete from my memory that I ever got them. I get so much email everyday that in a couple of days the unreplied items just sink back several pages where I no longer see them. I oughta scroll back far enough each time I go into my email, but there's no accounting for laziness.
Some good advice in this thread. And the OP shouldn't discount the possibility that the guy just isn't that into him. A nice time was had, but maybe not enough to derail this other guy's academic focus for the time being.
Plus I wonder about the lack of sex. Call me a whore (please), but I'm not sure I ever had a date that didn't include sex. Maybe this law school guy is in the same category, and doesn't wanna be spending time going around to "3 different places" but ultimately to only 1 place -- his own place, to which the OP was invited. I suspect declining that offer may also have a lot to do with this. Some guys consider "fooling around" that doesn't appear to be going anywhere to be nothing more than teasing, and quickly lose interest in future encounters.