Anonymous: how did the "date" go?

Answer:

Really well, actually. It was a fun night. I think it got better after he realized it wasn’t a date. But even then when we were saying bye he was just standing at my car door waiting an eternity for something to happen and texted me after in a kind of flirtatious way, so I stopped answering. I made sure to refer to him as my “friend” all night.

He didn’t say it but I know a part of him wished it was a date. He dressed up for me, wore cologne, cleaned him room, and just threw hints out there. A part of me wished I would have been willing to just make it a date but I can’t. I can’t stop thinking of you. 

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Anonymous: you should call the guy buddy and maybe talk about other guys. and keep your distance and don't be too touchy

Answer:

I call everyone buddy so that’s easy. We bonded over heartbreak so I can definitely talk about that guy. I’ll try not to be touchy but I’m really playful and it might accidentally happen.. but awesome, thanks!

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How can I make it clear that that this isn’t a date that I’m taking a guy on tonight without actually saying it or acting really gross? I accidentally flirt way too much.

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