Anyone have a number for Customer Services in London UK?

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My first question is: Anyone have a number for Customer Services in London UK?.

My next question is: I've been speaking with someone online and we've had some great email exchanges. This guy is very smart and we have a similar sense of humor- two things that are important to me. We met in person and it was really weird. I should preface this by saying we're both introverts and I haven't dated in two years. We go through the usual first date using questions, but it seemed like he couldn't expand on anything he said, answered with short questions and was bad on following up on whatever I said. Men are poor communicators, I know, but it was really frustrating.

At the end of the night he walked me to my car and asked if we could meet again. I give people the benefit of the doubt (maybe he was really, really nervous) so I said "ok." Then he asked for a kiss (which is...a no no) and I found it shocking because he didn't act interested at all. I said we could hug, we did, and he was trembling, like people never touch him or something. I had an email waiting for me when I got home (we live in different cities) and he apologized about the kiss thing and asked if we could meet again. Two good things- he was never impolite (in an outright way anyway) and paid for dinner..

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Your question was: Anyone have a number for Customer Services in London UK?.

We're both introverts this is most likely why he didnt talk much.  He was probably very nervous.

He was trembling  proof of the above..

The hugging thing- what is THAT about?  you suggested that.  I see no problem with a friendly hug..

He apologized for his comment about the kiss, I see no problem with meeting him again if you want.  Its really easy to be free with words on the net you arent looking anyone in the eye.  But when it comes to meeting and talking face to face thats a whole other thing especially for very shy people..



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Comment #1

I'd give him a chance - PROVIDED I found him very physically attractive and could 'see' myself being intimate with him. Otherwise - no way...

Comment #2

If you dont feel a connection or feel that he is open right now to be emotionally available..then dont go out with him again.  If you do want to give it a shot make the next meeting a little more casual - maybe brunch or lunch and see if he starts to warm up - and it would be less time spent with him so if he didnt warm up it wouldnt drag on and on...

Comment #3

I agree with yankee. It seems like he was just very nervous. The 'arms crossed' stance does not always indicate defensiveness either; people sometimes do that when they are nervous and not sure what to do with their hands. I suppose he thought he should kiss you; be glad he was gentleman enough to ask, rather than just do it. The thing is, you suggested the hug - so why question it now? I say give him a chance and see if he relaxes..

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Comment #4

I agree with the other posters. Give him a second chance and make it more low key (I find dinners awkward because the other person is 'focused' on you). Maybe try an art exhibit, bowling, mini-golf, or some other activity? It might help take the pressure off and give you an opportunity to get to know each other in a more casual setting. HTH...

Comment #5

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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