Someone I met online

  • swimmer243

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    Sep 30, 2013 9:11 PM GMT
    Okay so here's my story. I met this guy through a dating site that said we had 99% in common. I figured this was too good to pass up so I sent him a message, he replied...long story short, we eventually exchanged numbers and have been texting for two months. We definitely have a lot in common and I've started to feel a real connection with him, even though I had never met him yet. The biggest problem for me about this though, is that he lives over 2 hours away from me, which kind of complicates things in terms of seeing each other on a regular basis.

    Well recently we finally did meet in person, in a town halfway between us, and it went really well. We had a really good time, and from what i could tell there was a lot of chemistry there. I felt like after two months of talking and really getting to know each other, this was finally our first chance to be physical. Not sex or anything, but at least a kiss goodnight before we left, but there wasn't even that...only a hug. I asked him about it through text later that night, if he didn't feel like kissing me, he said he did but he wanted to wait for us to feel each other out a bit more first. I mean, fair enough I guess, but I thought after spending a whole day together and after talking every day for 2 months that we already did have a pretty good feel for each other, but whatever.

    He also told me later that night in a text that he had a good time and it felt like we were two old friends catching up. Which to me seems like a weird choice of words. After all that does he really only see us as just friends?

    So I guess I have two questions here. One, is it a bad idea to try and pursue a relationship with a guy who lives two hours away? And two, based on what I said so far, does it seem like he's interested in me and maybe just wants to take things slow? I'm just confused right now and don't know where to go from here. He said he wants to hang out again but I have no idea when that will be because we both have pretty busy schedules.
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    Sep 30, 2013 9:20 PM GMT
    Since no one else is willing to answer your question, and I did not take the time to read your long winded and incredibly boring post, I will say this to you: never ever call me that again. You hear what I'm saying? That's right, I'm talking to you, don't look away like you think I might be babbling at someone else, that's right, I am focused on you and you only. So, what you have to ask yourself is three things, one, why do I open an account to post gibberish to strangers, 2, where did I leave my meth pipe and C, that constant itch I keep having, should I see a doctor about it or might I just pretend I have had that rash and itch since grade school.
  • swimmer243

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    Sep 30, 2013 9:23 PM GMT
    Thanks for the advice dude
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    Oct 01, 2013 12:57 AM GMT
    I think it's tough to say, man. It almost seems like he's putting you in the friend zone. Or, maybe, he's not exactly comfortable around you yet in a physical manner and didn't want to tell you right off the bat. He might be a bit shy in person. I'd keep talking and meeting and see where it goes. Maybe he'll warm up to the physical side of things.
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    Oct 01, 2013 3:26 AM GMT
    1. No
    2. Yes, If not then why would he want you to meet again and text you...

    Have patience, though you both(according to some logarithmic calculations) were 99% similar, you're still different.