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    You could always tell him your not ready but leave it open to meeting up anyway. And if he's not a jerk and genuinely interested I'm sure he'd say yes! Who knows what could happen... He could introduce you to one of his mates who turn out to be much more interesting! And as Dave said, if you don't you will always wonder 'what if'...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    I get what you're saying but I was thinking I know I don't want to date him ... So wouldn't I be sending the wrong message??

    I think even though I love being single - I would've been swept off my feet a bit by this gesture if he were the right guy?? I dunno. I'm really terrible at this stuff!!
    I loved being single when I met now dh, I was even in denial about our relationship/feelings and got angry at him the first time he said he loved me LOL

    Maybe you could message him, say how flattered you are, ask him if he wants to meet for coffee. Then when you go for coffee you can assess the situation further and let him know where you stand with dating

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    Just reply,

    Hi, this is .... From (place) today, thank you for the gesture, it really made my day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    I get what you're saying but I was thinking I know I don't want to date him ... So wouldn't I be sending the wrong message??

    I think even though I love being single - I would've been swept off my feet a bit by this gesture if he were the right guy?? I dunno. I'm really terrible at this stuff!!
    Dont think about it too much, don't plan anything further than the txt. Don't worry about sending wrong messages. He gave you his number, you txt it and then take it from there.

    Texting him does not mean a future dating or anything else. It could mean nothing, a new mate - who knows!

    Carpe diem!
    Carpe diem TB&M

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    Please text him!! There is nothing sexier I recon than confidence in a guy and for him to do that I would find it sexy as hell!


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    Text him!

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    Ah...I think you'll find it's unanimous. And we live in a democracy, so...no choice I'm afraid but to text!

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    I need Vic Park in here ... She thrives on being in the minority --- calling all back up!!! Haha

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    If you're having so much doubt about it, then don't text him. Just look back on the moment that it made your day and was a lovely gesture. I'd still keep the number though and text him later down the track if it gets the better of you but I wonder how many other women he does that to as well??

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    I'd reply " Hi this is ....... You gave me your number at lunch today. Your courage is admirable ,interested to know what motivated you to approach me".
    It's open ended & you'll be able to judge his character a bit more by his response. If he replys with no ring on your finger etc. Then he could just be cracking on to every single female he comes across. But if he gives an in depth answer you'll be able to figurs if he's a genuine guy or a toss

    ETA. I have a friend I met in a similar fashion & we've been friends now 8 yrs
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