>met a guy through tinder
>have great intelligent conversations via text
>meet up last night at a coffee shop
shit goes terrible
>he can't keep eye contact
>only talks about himself
>actually didn't ask me a single question
>told me all about his childhood and high school and work and shit
>tell me about how he would punch people and get in fights to look cool
>he doesn't even know where I grew up or what I'm studying
>when I try to talk about myself he looks disinterested
>not a remotely interesting or intelligent conversation like before
>after 2 hours pretend I have to leave
>he says it was a great date, gives me a hug
>says we should meet up again
>I act polite and GTHO
he texts me this morning:
>So sorry about yammering on about myself last night, sometimes when I get nervous that happens and I was afraid of doing that. I didn't mean to, or to try to sound like I was all that or anything, it's just a nervous habit of mine. So anyway sorry again and I hope you have a good day!
Do I give him a second chance? Or should I tell him straight up I hated the date and never see him again?
If you really hit it off in text give him another chance. You know he's an interesting person and there's a lot in him, he just thought the stakes were high and nerve got the better of him.
You could tell him in person, like a nice girl, and add some politeness because he wants to solve his issue. But if you feel like being a bitch and would rather continue fishing then just tell him straight up.
yeah this OP, when you're really nervous it's like having blinders on. he probably wasn't aware of how he sounded.
give him a chance, if it's shitty again then be straight up and say it's not going to work.
Disinterested: legal term, meaning a party in unbiased with regard to an issue, having no economic interest aligned with either possible outcome.
Uninterested: not interested, not caring about a topic.
This guy sounds like something of a loser, but even so once he does get you talking he's bound to notice your pitifully small vocabulary and head for the hills. I recommend forgetting about this dude, and either concentrating on improving your language skills or dating guys desperate enough to tolerate your major shortcomings. Homeless meth addicts might be an option.
Best of luck!
He knows about the issue, but yet when you talked about yourself he looked disinterested? He could do that crap again.
If it were me I'd probably give him another chance then see the same issue and regret going out with him.