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(potentially nsfw) Should I make a move, and if so, how?

Asked by FluffyChicken (5459 points ) August 4th, 2011

I met a very attractive fellow at a monthly drum circle last month, and he was at the drum circle this month too. I think we had a little moment. I fed him an apricot. Anyway; we are going hiking on friday, then lunch, then kayacking(I’ve never kayacked before). No mention of the word date was made. I’d really like something to come of this. (pun might be subconciously intended) Should I make a move?

If anything DOES come of it, it will most likely be short term since I’m going on a long term road trip in a few weeks.

A little more background on him; He’s a couple years younger than me, very attractive, into new age spiritual type stuff (his facebook lists his religeon as “New Age Theurgic Shamanism”) and he works as a stable boy.

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KateTheGreat's avatar

I’d just sit back and see what comes of the whole “date.” Don’t plan things like this, just go with the flow and if it turns into sexy time, let it be. Just be cool, be yourself, and don’t screw things up by being awkward towards him.

I always like to say “what happens, happens.”

poisonedantidote's avatar

I’d say you are already laid, just don’t know it yet.

Go for it, bring protection, find a nice spot, and when the time is right just go for it.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

I would just think about enjoying your outing.It sounds like a blast!
:)

Cruiser's avatar

Sounds like a connection has been made and I would suggest to not make a move and steal his thunder…and if he doesn’t…then it will be up to you to make the most of this short lived rendevous! Kayaking is a total blast! Have fun!

Blackberry's avatar

Contrary to popular belief, short term fun can be pretty, well…fun. Don’t plan anything and just go with the flow. You can make a move on him, but I honestly wouldn’t know when. I would imagine it would be when you guys are alone, though.

Kayak8's avatar

Kayaking doesn’t include the letter “c” . . . just sayin’

MRSHINYSHOES's avatar

I would just spend the time to enjoy doing what he enjoys, sharing the moment and having fun with each other’s company. Compatibility and having similar interests and are the stepping stone to a long-term and perhaps permanent relationship. When he sees that you’re genuinely involved and taking a great interest not only in him but what he likes to do, he will see you in a special light. Love and sex will naturally follow.

FluffyChicken's avatar

Thanks Kayak. Can’t edit now. Poo. Mods, if you want to let me fix that it would be awesome.

Simone_De_Beauvoir's avatar

He works as a stable boy, you fed him an apricot – this is one awesome sexed-up trashy novel in the making. Make it happen!

Haleth's avatar

You might not have to. It sounds like you’re planning to spend all day together out in the woods and I bet plenty of opportunities will pop up. It sounds like he might already be interested, and if you let things happen organically, it could go great. But if not, you could always go for a goodbye kiss at the end of the date, like when one of you drops the other off at home. Then it’s all like, “Oops, we’re making out on the doorstep. We should be doing this inside.”

bob_'s avatar

For a second I thought it said “make a movie”. I was all “whoa, naughty”.

FluffyChicken's avatar

@Simone_De_Beauvoir Lol you are totally right. That makes me laugh.
@bob_ you make me giggle.

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

Get him out on another kayak trip. Wear a bikini that is see thru when wet. Get him over to the side for a “break”, and feed him a banana. Then start eating the other end and see if he stops you before there is no more banana and your lips meet.

FluffyChicken's avatar

Had a great day. Relationship/sex were discussed. Both parties were interested but because I’m only in town for a limited amount of time, both were decided against though both parties were disappointed in the decision. Now I like him even more. Fuck.

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