Thursday, June 16, 2011


If you say to me, "We should go out sometime," and I say, "Definitely," and then you say, "When should we go out?" and I suggest a day, and you say, "What time?" and I come up with that too, and then you say, "What are some things we could when we hang out?" isn't that kind of the same thing as me asking me out?

I'm not saying I want someone to take me on a balloon ride or something, but you really can't figure out, "Uhh, probably dinner" by yourself?


  1. That's a Deal Breaker ladies.

    In full disclosure that is totally how my first date with my wife went, but that is due in part to the previous girl I took out I took rollerblading and ended up taking her to the ER for a cracked sternum. Needless to say I was a little gun shy.

  2. I've never seen it put that way, but now that you mention that it's like you asking yourself out, I'm half expecting to hear next that he will ask you to pay.

    I was trying to think if I've ever had this happen, but considering 99% of the dates I've been on have been with my fiance, I think most of them happened like "hey let's go to a movie tonight." "Okay." "And perhaps we should go eat something first." "Sounds good to me!" And then we go. Very boring.

  3. I'm going to use this on my husband when he insists that I ALWAYS choose the restaurant. :)

  4. sounds like my hubby when he wants a date night might be why we never go

    Everyday Life

  5. Word. Sometimes when a guy tries to be accommodating, it comes off as date-lazy. And don't rule out the balloon ride option yet. :)

  6. I would have said "You know what? I'm busy." After he asked "what time."