Re: Dating is miserable
Got a trip planned to vegas/san diego with a really good friend of mine. She just got out of an engagement with her partner a month ago or so and is dating guys again. We text frequently and would both probably consider one another a "best friend". She is driving 4.5 hours from San Diego to Vegas to meet me and stay for two days, and then we'll drive back to San Diego and i'll stay another 4 days with her. 6 days and nights together all told, and she is taking the entire time off from work. She is 8 years my senior, out of my league in beauty, and she is an absolute blast.
My dude friends here in town are all saying this is the trip that will change the "friend" label, i'm not as optimistic, although she is notorious for texting me when she is drunk and telling me how much she misses me and they use that as their primary ammo.
I'm headed in assuming nothing and keeping my expectations limited to going to San Diego & Las Vegas for the first time with a girl who used to be a "les-bro", and now is just a straight friend. I've always felt the connection and the chemistry, don't know if it is reciprocated, but i'm sure excited to find out. Keeping hopes low to avoid any let down effect.
Got a friend who was straight, then gay and got engaged, then dumped, now dating guys again, who happens to be beautiful and i would move to the coast to live with.
Don't wanna fuck up the friendship cuz she is the tits, but don't want to miss any signs and and potentially my opportunity. Saving grace is that i feel like she will make a move if she wants anything more.
I feel like i'm in an episode of seinfeld.. "This is really good... and so is that... but i don't want to ruin this... with that... exactly."
Probably all in my head and she is looking for an excuse to take off work and go to vegas for a couple of nights, but who ever got anywhere with that kind of thinking, right?
Last edited by Speilmen230; 12-16-2014 at 07:59 PM.