There you are, tumbling through the front door with your date like a scene out of a romantic comedy. It's pretty obvious you're about to hook up for the first time , and you feel all types of ways. Of course. But you might also be worried about making some kind of "mistake.
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My boyfriend and I didn't necessarily hook up the first time we met but we were definitely hooking up for a long time before we decided that we were officially dating. In fact, I'd say there was about three months of ambiguous undefined "Wtf is this" territory before we even discussed becoming exclusive. And I don't think our story is unique either. In this day and age, lots of relationships start off as hookups. Wondering how it's done?
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It gets better still when that match or message turns out to be from someone with great pictures though not too great, if you know what I mean. So far, so good. Things continue to look hopeful after you exchange the first few messages. Do we have a bunch of dudes running around on dating apps who are too afraid to ask women out? Is there a sudden spike in a desire for female pen pals?
The conversation was amazing, sparks seemed to be flying, and then—nothing, nada. The popularized belief is that if a guy is interested, then he will make it abundantly clear by asking for your number, texting you, or just flat-out telling you. As a guy who has been in the dating scene for a while, I can speak on behalf of my fellow men when I say that it takes more than merely liking a girl to ask her out.