I'm giving her the benefit of the doubt, but I have to say this: My brother is a bit of a pathological liar, so I've kind of come to a point in my life where it's hard to lie to me without me picking up on it. Or I'm just paranoid. Either way, as I said, I'm ignoring that at this point.
I called her back at 10 when I got home. We made plans for tomorrow night. I told her I was supposed to hang with some friends, so we're gonna have dinner and then meet up. Yup, she has to meet my friends. This should be interesting.
Princess B you bring up an interesting point. But I don't really know how to change the type of girl that I'm going after. I see someone. I think they're attractive, thats the first step. I go from there. The problem is, in the last 5 months I'm pretty much 0 for 5 using that method. I mean, I meet girls, go out with them and have fun, but none of them have been any more than that. I guess the real question to be asked is why that is a problem? I guess I'm young, and god knows I've had enough relationships to not HAVE to be in another one so quick. I think I feel like it's more like a waste of time to just hang out and have sex with someone. I'm interested to know more, about them and see if there's more to us.
Don't get me wrong, I've been with girls that were just that. I mean sometimes there's nothing there, and, to use a horrible cliche, it is what it is. If I knew that about my current situation I would probably be more ok with it. Instead this one is somewhere in the middle. I like the girl. I think she likes me. It's hard for it to be nothing when you see the person a few times a week. That's the problem now.
The boss, she was a friend. It didn't turn into more than that (regretfully in the end) because I treated it as what it was: a few times a month we would hook up. That I can deal with. It's this purgatory between casual hook up, and being something more that is making it so hard.
There's my rant for now. Thanks all again for reading and commenting.
P.S. Where do I find a girl who ISN'T like this? There's your question.