Awkward Date

I went on a date last week and we really hit it off. We’ve gone on two dates and have been texting each other a lot in between the first and second date. However, after the second date, things got a bit awkward once we got back to their place. I think I just got anxious when we were in their room. I really want to see this person again but I don’t know what to say or how to ask them out. I feel like I ruined it, how do I ask them on a date?

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Oh, the awkwardness and the unspoken assumptions and expectations of returning to a person place after date.  I agree with Resto, I would outreach to the indidiviual, own the awkwardness, and see if they would like to go out again.  What would you do?

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6 Responses to  Awkward Date

  1. Michelle says:

    I havent been on a date for 35 years so no idea – but sounds like you should call and be honest. Good luck

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  2. Own the awkwardness is the right answer

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  3. Just say what you mean. Say, let’s go out. 🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️

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    • msw blog says:

      The query reads as if they have gone on a few dates, and in knowing that I agree with you, just ask for another date. All relationships have awkward moments, and the only way to move forward is to communicate.

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