Go with your gut feeling and don't contact him again. Heck, I've been with my boyfriend for 4 months and he still does all the asking and most of the calling and that's the way it should be. He should be pursuing you; not the other way around..
The more you contact him the more you come off as needy and desperate... which I can definately pick up that vibe in your e-mail. .
And no, do not wait for him to call you... get busy, get dating (online dating with Match.com) other people... have fun girl... forget about him; he's not treating you the way you deserve and want to be treated. Empower yourself and move on from him; it's been a week too long,he had his chance... if he was really into you, he would have called you already...
Don't waste any more of your precious time......
Should you call or wait? In a short answer, neither. To me, it sounds like he's getting what he's lookng for - a friend with benefits - dinner and sex. To me, that has always been the problem with having sex before defining what each of you is looking for from a relationship (thru Match.com) in general and before defining what YOUR relationship (thru Match.com) is. There is nothing wrong with having sex early but if you don't know what the other person is expecting and you have sex early on, most of the time (not always) it turns into a casual relationship (thru Match.com) that is centered around sex which seems to be what you have..
So if you are looking for more, then let this go because the basis seems to be there already. If you are fine with dinner and a hook-up, then sure, contact him again but the precedent has been set..
Well at this point I would want him to be the one to get in touch. You sent the text - the next first move is his.
I agree. It sounds like he's looking for something casual. .
I agree. Get out and live your life. Don't sit around waiting for this guy. Good luck.