Dating a banker anonymous
I’m disappointed that I haven’t gotten a response to my voicemail and text messages.
FYI, I suggest that you keep in mind that emails sound more impersonal, harsher, and are easier to misinterpret than in-person or phone communication.
Backstory—friend couldn’t make it to philharmonic at last minute so I went alone, met this guy, went on ONE, HORRIFIC date.
Then got this.------ Message From: Date: Sun, -0500 To: Subject: Hi Lauren Hi Lauren, I’m disappointed in you.
I don’t understand why you apparently don’t want to go out with me again. Perhaps, you’re unimpressed that I manage my family’s investments and my own investments. Well, I’ve done very well as an investment manager. I wish you would give me the benefit of the doubt too.
If you don't want to go out again, in my opinion, you would be making a big mistake, perhaps one of the biggest mistakes in your life.
So barring the real Lauren/Mike coming forward, the story begins and ends here.
I hope we've all learned something from this experience and that no one's feelings were hurt too badly.
If you don't want to go again, then apparently you didn't think our first date was good enough to lead to a second date. If you're not interested in going out again, then I would have preferred if you hadn't given those mixed signals. Second, we both like classical music so much that we go to classical music performances by ourselves.EDIT -- I am not Lauren, and cannot confirm or deny if the names were changed.I'm several degrees of separation from this whole thing.I don't think I'm being delusional in saying this statement.In my opinion, leading someone on (i.e., giving mixed signals) is impolite and immature. Normally, I would not be asking for information if a woman and I don't go out again after a first date.