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I had a first date yesterday, it went really well (I think) but I'm not sure what to do next?Some background...I never had too much trouble with the ladies but I'm 32 now and this feels different to when I was in my mid-20's. Like I'm dealing with a woman rather than a girl.I've only just began dating again after a 4 year relationship so I'm a bit rusty.I met this lady online, she messaged me first in fact, we exchanged messages for a day and I asked her out for a drink. For the week in between…See More
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