We went on the perfect first date. Ice skating around the rink, holding hands.
Then we went back to his dorm where he introduced me to some of his friends. While we were ice skating, he asked me about my dating life in the past.
I told him I had a bad experience with a guy and that I was completely over him. I asked him how his dating history was.
He told me that he The man im dating has a girlfriend dated a girl for a year, but that they broke up at the end of summer. He also told me about a girl he had been seeing at college at the beginning of the semester. Both, he insisted, were long in the past. He texted me every single day, nonstop. We went out on a few more dates. He appeared to be the perfect boyfriend — he always insisted on paying for dinner even when I offeredcomplimented me all the time, and was up for anything if I wanted to do it.
He just made me feel happy and comfortable. I went to one of his games and he introduced me to some of his teammates as his girlfriend.
While we were at the game, a girl came running over and whispered something in his ear. A couple of days later, he came over after we had gone out for dinner and a movie and we had sex for the second time. He asked if he could spend the night; I told him no, that I would love for him to spend the night, but I needed to prepare for my finals, which were quickly approaching.
I said I would see him in a couple of days.
He was sad, but accepted my decision. Four minutes later I received a text saying that it was over.
I was a really nice girl and we could still be friends, but he needed some time for himself. Naturally, I was angry and upset.
How could he tell me it was over, when he had been showering me with compliments minutes ago? I saw that he was no longer following me and later discovered he had blocked me. Then I went on Facebook.
I decided to just forget about the whole thing and focus on finals. My friends all thought it was very strange, that he was strange, and we decided that he was not over his ex girlfriend.