35 - Haringey, London North Londoner seeking to avoid turning his spare room into a cattery North Londoner living in Highgate and working as a hospital director for the NHS, though I'm about to venture...37 - Royston, Hertfordshire Would love someone to share a plate of cheese and a bottle of wine with I thought it might be easier to list a few of the things I like/hobbies...walks in the countryside, skiing,..." you might claim, as you prepare a list of romantic laments that you plan on sharing with your bestie during your daily call time.It's because you've already labeled him or her as something else.
Your best friend is also scared about this possibility, but you know what? Knowing that this relationship will probably move much more quickly than the guy you successfully swiped on Tinder is a reality that both of you will face, but if you both agree to take the steps, you're both (as Luke Danes might say) "all in."And, hey — It could also end up being a Jerry and Elaine situation, which would also turn out pretty amazingly.You'll be wondering if whether or not eating scoopfuls of peanut butter from the jar will be his dealbreaker, or if the fact that your socks are bunched together like a pile of unmatched nightmares will turn him off. How many times have you switched shirts before a first date?It's super doubtful that a date would have gone differently if you chose a V-neck tee instead of round neck tee, but the paranoia that sets in regarding wardrobe selection will definitely make you nutty.If you've used the phrase "Oh, he's just my friend!" to describe a close acquaintance, you should listen up, for I used to be one of you — the girl who friend-zoned someone so hard, that all aspects of love should have gone out the window.
Obviously there's a shared interest or two which caused you to meet up in the first place.