A female Health And Fitness why-is-his-dad-trying-to-set-us-up-and-should-i-go-along Why is his dad trying to set us up and should I go along? Relationship & Sex    age 26-29, anonymous writes:

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Long story short, am a virgin and one day my mom met an old time neighbour (who moved away but is living here again) who has one son. She kept bragging about how her daughter is “a princess” and then the guy said I have “a prince”. Ever since he has hinted at wanting his son and I to be together but he seems to want me to make the BIG moves – ask for his number and ask him out, etc. Few times he gave me a ride and his son just happens to be around the corner every time (as if he planned this). He teases me infront the son about us getting together but his son just smiles and never initiates. I dont wanna rush in like am desperate but at the same time I think it could be cool to get to know him and maybe who knows. Its just that I dont want to rush in and he isn’t into me or looking for someone you know?

advice?

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A male reader, WiseOwlE Health And Fitness why-is-his-dad-trying-to-set-us-up-and-should-i-go-along-1 Why is his dad trying to set us up and should I go along? Relationship & Sex     + , writes (3 October 2018):

I think you should give it a try. If he seems a bit shy; then at least allow his father to introduce you both. He seems interested enough to be waiting to see you, he’s not hiding! Even it is quite convenient he’s always there, waiting just around the corner!He thinks his son is a prince, and your mother seems to think highly of his father. I think an introduction and getting acquainted is in order. You don’t have to make any “moves;” just be friendly and receptive, and he may become more outgoing once he has received your okay. He may be polite and not sure of how you would receive him.Let nature take its course. There’s no rush or need to force anything, if the chemistry is there. You’re both adults, you’ll figure it out.

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A reader, anonymous, writes (3 October 2018):

Speak to your mum. Tell her you’d like to spend some time with him (in public, like a café or park), without them around. Maybe her and his father will arrange it, whilst agreeing not to chaperone, if you date in public.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (3 October 2018):

Well the fact that his son seems to always be around the corner and smiles and doesn’t seem embarrassed suggests he may also like to get you more.Why don’t you tell your mum that you would be interested in getting to know him better and could it be set up that you meet and talk alone, in other words a date.Unless you can actually speak to him alone and from what you have wrote that doesn’t seem possible the least embarrassing thing would be to tell your mum you would like to go on a date and see how it goes.Both families seem to think you would be a good match, both families seem to get on so what is the harm? Put the idea forward and see what comes of it, if he says yes then suggest he initiates where you will go on the date. Best of luck

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