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Dear Tuffy Luv,
I went out with a guy a few weeks ago. We had a really good time (I think?). We had a few drinks, then he drove me all the way home, even though I told him I could walk. The convo was great, we had a lot in common and I thought he was a cutie patootie. I don’t want to be all annoying girl in “He’s Just Not That Into You,” but I really don’t understand why he never called? Aren’t all those things signs that he’s interested?
Number one: If I catch you drinking and driving again, I will cut you in the face. Seriously, not cool. You heard, everyone?! No matter how short the distance, it’s NEVER okay to risk others’ lives.
And now to address your actual question. Okay. This is tricky because there actually is no answer. Let’s look at a couple o’ scenerios.
Numero unoski: He likes you and is too shy to make the next move. Actually, this is the most likely. Maybe you should give him a call and see if he wants to go out again. You never know what might happen.
Number two-oo-oo: Something happened in his life that made dating his last priority. Maybe there was a family emergency, or maybe he just flunked a test. Either way, a text message saying hey couldn’t hurt.
Numberino three: He thought he was gonna get laid, and when you didn’t put out, he gave up.
Number four: Yeah, it wasn’t working for him.
Anyway, any way you slice it, contacting him casually to feel it out is worth it if you thought you guys really had something. Just a “hey, wanna grab a slice?” would do. Nothing longer than that, or you risk freaking him out if the reason was in fact number 4.
Good luck, girl!
Hearts & Skulls,