||[Jun. 7th, 2010|12:47 am]
The Question Club
So I've gone on several dates with a guy. He poured his heart out one night and said he really likes me, blah blah blah. He's done several things to suggest interest, like touching me a lot during conversation (like touching my arm when he's laughing with me), playing with my hair, etc. But neither of us have made a "real" move, and thus we haven't even kissed yet. Me, because I'm shy, and him because I told him after like date #3 that I was still trying to get a feel for things. SO, with that said, I know that he's waiting for ME to make a move. |
And now, because I always overanalyze things instead of just doing it, here goes my question:
Thursday was my birthday but I was out of town for it (and thus away from the guy). Got back into town on Saturday, and we met for dinner. He gave me a really sweet birthday card and treated me to a nice dinner as my gift. I really wanted to kiss him that night, but we ended up meeting up with several of his friends right after dinner, and good opportunities just never ended up arising.
We're going to meet up tomorrow night, and I really want to go in for the kill. I was thinking of saying something like this, "I've been doing some thinking since Saturday night, and I've decided that there's another birthday present that I'd like to request from you...a kiss."
Is this lame as hell, or am I good to go?