You remember your first kiss with this handsome hunk the whole ride home. Read these signs to determine if it was love at first site or if your upcoming date is adding you to his harem.1. Unless he's truly sick or has a business meeting out of town, your dream date may have been caught up in the moment when he double-booked you.
As women, we all know the whole look-over-the-shoulder-neck-turn-checkout routine, and it’s not slick!
The point is, if you have any type of connection that is more than just friends, and you catch his wandering eyes checking out other girls in front of you, don’t waste any more of your time on him.
You aren't a priority if you aren't on the calendar at least several days beforehand. A guy who is into you and isn't juggling multiple women at a time, will have no problem freely sharing his information and will tell the truth. If you catch him in a lie, chances are he's lying to other women as well. He often mentions other women as his business associates. Don't buy the line that he's not sleeping with anyone else but you. If your new guy fits into several of these categories, he's likely to be a serial dater and a player. Find a man who is excited about introducing you to his friends and is proud to have you on his arm in public.
He may be asking several women out at the same time. If you are getting cancelled on the day of your date more than once, it's a red flag. If your guy consistently goes to business mixers in the evening to meet with potential female clients, chances are he's going on a date. If you are moving towards an intimate relationship, get tested before the clothes end up on the floor in a night of passion.
As for the stuff about texting: If he's doing any — or all three of those things — and you're not sure where you stand with him, or something seems not quite right, I'd be on guard.
You might want to say something like, "Texting can be so distracting — I'd really prefer if you e-mailed me or called me to make plans." Or else say, "Look, considering I don't know you very well, I'd prefer to make plans in advance.
It happens to the best of us—you get caught up by someone’s charm, attention, and charisma.
It’s natural to be drawn to people like that, but what if you’re not the only one getting showered with attention?
Your talks usually contain superficial information and are restricted to questions like “How’s your day?