First date. Debbie Downer. I'm really confused.
So I asked this girl I met online to go to the state fair with me and she said that it sounded like fun. So I set it up.
At the start of the date I gave her a hug and she shifted so I ended up hugging her side lol, which I guess is fine since I haven't met her before. We drove there in my car. She seemed pretty friendly and open at first, but after we got to the fair she started acting rather standoffish. She would laugh at all my jokes, but she had her arms crossed almost the whole time. And she was checking her phone somewhat often. We watched an animal show, which I thought was pretty funny and she did too at first, but then she seemed pretty bored by it. She really didn't want to go on any rides, which I teased her about. She was giving me short answers to questions and not really asking me any questions. I also ran some mild Kino, which she didn't seem to mind.
Now here's the kicker, she comes up with the excuse that her sister locked herself out of her house and she is the only one with a spare key. I appeared unaffected even though I was rather PO'd at this point. As we were walking out she started to act all friendly again. I don't know if she was relieved to leave the fair or get the hell away from me. I drove her back to her car where we met. I parked right next to it, so she got out and said, "Hit me up, whenever." Should I even bother? What do you guys think?
Also, she seemed really fun and goofy over text and it's like she's was a completely different person in-person. She is going through some rough times right now, so I don't know if that was on her mind or what.
If you need anymore details let me know. Any insight would be appreciated.
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