Hey. So I know I said it was nice to meet you like 45 seconds ago, but I just want to make it extremely clear that I’m not looking for anything serious. This is really nothing.
Of course if the right girl came along I wouldn’t totally rule anything out. But that’s not you. That’s your fault, although, like I said, I’m the one who has commitment issues. I’m just not in a place at the moment to start a relationship and you seem pretty eager.
Sure, we’ve only gotten through 45 seconds of our first conversation. But I pride myself on being totally transparent from the get-go, and I don’t see a long-term relationship here. These 45 seconds have been great and so fun, don’t get me wrong, I think you’re super cute. But I just got out of a long-distance thing and don’t really feel like diving head first into something else, you know?
I need to get comfortable with me before I add another person into the equation. And over these 45 seconds we’ve had some nice banter and a laugh, but I don’t want you to get the wrong idea here. I know girls can get a little ring crazy around your age if you know what I mean. You’re really nice and it’s been a good time, but you’re barking up the wrong tree if you think I’m going to fall head over heels in this line at the bank.
You know what? Maybe let’s not even stand this close to each other or ever make eye contact ever again until we both die. I don’t want to lead you on.