Thursday, November 5, 2009

Gypsy Women

I had my second date with Nomad on Tuesday night. We went to dinner at a local steakhouse. I mentioned before how I felt lukewarm about her before. Well, on this second date, it went from lukewarm to cold. I mean, she is a cool girl, but I am just not attracted to her enough. And, she isn't quite as much fun to be around. Basically, I just don't have feelings for her. We went back to my house and watched the Proposal. Awful movie. Absolutely no chemistry between the stars. Well, we were cuddling on the couch and the movie was lame so I ended up making out with her. I know, I set myself up. It's those freaking lukewarm situations that always get me into trouble. You see, now, I think Nomad kinda likes me. She texted me last night and said she was starving and wanted to know if I wanted to go to dinner with her, her treat. I had kinda hoped I might have a few more days to figure out what I was going to do (not that I was going to figure anything out, but it just feels good sometimes to procrastinate it). I thought fast and texted a couple of my friends. One texted back (DougFunny) saying he was going hottubbing and I should come. Then, I texted Nomad and said that I was just on my way out to meet some friends (which was true!). This is why you don't kiss girls that you don't like. Now, I have to figure out a way out of this without her hating men (cause I can't let my whole half of the species be guilty based on my fault) or hating me.

On Tuesday night, I was online and I saw that Anniversary was online. I haven't talked to Anniversary in a long time. I met her while in school two years ago. For some reason, I was totally driven to ask Anniversary out on a date. So, I jumped on her facebook page and right there was an interesting fact. People were commenting on her decision to serve an LDS mission on her wall. Ughh, why am I so attracted to drama? I had two years to ask this girl out on a date and I get an inclination to ask her out right before she is going on a mission? Well, I messaged her anyway and we talked for a minute and I found out she was going to turn her papers in THAT night. I told her I wanted to take her out on a date, but only if she would promise that if we fell madly in love, she would not go on the mission. She agreed and we are going out on Saturday. How can this end in anything other than pain? I mean, there is basically no way that I am going to convince her to not go on a mission. She isn't going to fall madly in love with me on our first date. Nevertheless, I follow my gut. I bought tickets to see Little Shop of Horrors. I am looking forward to the date but, if what I want is a serious relationship, perhaps I am going about it wrong.

1 comment:

  1. If you really want a serious relationship and to stop dating girls that are such "drama" you need to stop dating girls who are 19-21. Try dating a little more like 24. I know you think girls your age are "old" but 24 is still pretty young.