Match.com or OKCupid - which works better?
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My question is: Match.com or OKCupid - which works better?.
My 2nd question is: I know this seems like a very simple question, but I am not sure what to do! I am 25 years old and just got out of a serious long-term relationship, so I am very new to the whole dating (online dating with Match.com) scene. I go to this restaurant for take-out about once a week, and I sometimes talk to the manager for a couple of minutes at a time (it's just been small-talk). The last time I was there, he asked me my name and what I do, etc. He told me to come back real soon, and I left. I was away for about a month, and finally went back in today. He was talking to me while he was ringing me up, and there was a big line of people behind me- and he told me again to come back real soon.
I think he gave me his number because there was a big line of people, but a friend of mine said that if a guy gives you his number and doesn't ask for yours that's not a good sign?I don't know if I should call or what. A friend told me to text him, a friend told me to call him in a week. I am definitely interested, but I don't know how to go about doing this! Should I wait a few days, a week? Should I call or text? Do I ask him to get a drink or do I let him ask me?..
Actually... Since I don't think the woman should be the one to make the first call, and if you know he doesn't mind texting, I think you should text him with "hey, this is ____ from the restaurant the other day, just giving you my number so you have it. Let me know when you want to do that drink!"Just the way I'd handle it..
A guy gives you his number for the same reason a lady would give a guy her number...she is interested....therefore he is interested in getting to know you. Now if you are in the slightest bit interested to see if you could be interested...call him!!!..
There is a valid reason for him to give you his number in this case. Up to now all of your interactions have a basis in business. It would be inappropriate for him to initiate contact beyond that because you are his customer. He gave you his number to open the door, but you need to decide if you want to take that step..
Should you contact him, then you are effectively giving him permission to extend your interaction beyond being a customer. The question becomes - does that interest you?.
If it does, then call him...
He likely gave you his tel. cause he wants you to use it. You can just be casual and say, Hi we met when so and so. Figured I'd say hi.".