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My Internet Date

I had been having a dry spell and was trying an internet dating site.

I was contacted by a guy who seemed really promising. We spent all week emailing and texting back and forth. It seemed to be going really well.

We had plans to hike over the weekend but got a little antsy and decided to meet up on Friday.

He came to my work during the day on one of my breaks and we hit it off immediately. He was just like he had been in emails and even cuter than I had remembered. We enjoyed a few minutes together, parted with a small kiss and decided to get together for drinks that night.

I arrived at his apartment that evening ready to have a fun night out with a new guy. When he invited me in, however, he asked if I would mind hanging out there for a while. I said that would be fine, so we sat on the couch and cuddled and talked.

While talking, he told me he was a virgin (not so normal considering he was pushing 30) and that he wanted to apologize for leading me on in emails, seeing as we had been slightly racy.

He then went on to let me know that he had been hurt badly in the past and didn't really want a relationship, nor did he want to date, nor did he even want to see me again after tonight. In fact, he didn't even want to go out for drinks. He just wanted to stay in and cuddle and make-out!

I was a little put off, but was understanding and civil. I told him I wasn't really interested in that, but if he wanted, we could still be friends.

After a moment of silence, I asked if he was at least interested in being hiking buddies over the weekend. He said, "I'm still going to go but I don't think you should come." With that, I thanked him for having me over and promptly left.

He has tried to contact me a few times since, but I've never returned his calls.

R.H., California

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