I can't believe it's women who get accused of being drama queens. Every guy I've dated has been way more clingy AND way more drama-inclined than me. Would it be sexist to just tell them all to man up? Or maybe they just need to woman up... I just don't get it.
The date I had planned with the clingy but surprisingly cute guy the day before -- the date I'd rescheduled like a bajillion times -- was officially nixed. I was actually really starting to like him. And he sure seemed into it. Tries to talk every day (which I avoid). Tries to gchat every day (again, I avoid). Tries to text, especially during work, which, of course, I avoid. And then, partway through a gchat with him that was taking up WAY too much of my work day, he sends me a text message saying he can't go out that night because I disrespected him.
Him: Just look at the gchat log.
And what did the gchat log include?
Me asking for the address of his gym.
Because we were hoping to go to the gym together.
He said he goes to Washington Sports Club, but he kept changing the topic or just answering "DC" when I asked which location (there are 18). I'm kind of wondering if he was only pretending to be a member or something, but overall, it just seems so damn weird.
How a guy goes from "I was shy the first date because I was so intimidated by how gorgeous you are and I was afraid that you saw me look at your chest", texting multiple times a day even when I am sooo bad at replying, generally being the one way more invested in the relationship, to just... this?
Needs to come out. Now. I ordered it, but of course not on time. Now I'm tempted to buy it as an ebook while i wait for my version. Which would just be a tremendous waste of money. But damn... I need to know what happens to Dany! And I couldn't find the infamous spoilers, and I know I'm probably a bad fan for even looking for them. I'm officially hooked on this series. And mainly Dany.