maddyfaye Posted May 14, 2010 Share Posted May 14, 2010 Hello, I met a gal at a singles meetup picknick who has 3 kids that live with their dad 2 hours away. We discovered that we had a lot in common and especially our love for karaoke. ( I have a daughter who lives with my ex in the same city as her kids) We had a great time a week ago friday singing karaoke and even a duet where we were smiling at each other and we took turn buying the round of beers. She gave me a big hug at the end of the night and she mentioned that she told a friend about me. We went out for karaoke again on wed but met for at a burrito place first. ( she is over weight and I am fit but I like her personality and told her on the first date that I think she is super cool and asked what would make her happy?) At the burrito place while we were sitting outside she brought up a couple of recent guys she was dating. She mentioned that one guy she was seeing for 9 months never wanted to go out ( would never go dancing) and do anything beyong making dinner at his place and hanging out there. I then asked would a smart, very interesting guy who likes to dance be appealing to you? It would to anyone and I said just asking ( meaning I am that guy). I said can we change the subject ( as I was feeling I am now in the friend zone as if she is out of my league. I would gues that I am a 7 and she is a 6) Later during the second date I wrote a note on a napkin and gave it to her as I sang a song. It said it seemed I got friend zoned earlier and that's cool. I don't want to make you feel uncomfortable and I am always up for a new cool friend. She wrote back with a smile and reminded me 10 minutes later that she wrote a response. It said I thought we started our in the friend zone. ( I thought it was going to say I dig you or something) I ended the date soon after and put my hand out to shake her hand and she gave a hug instead. My question is how on earth was our first evening not considered a date in her mind? Link to comment
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