Last week I was on a holiday in Spain. Me and my cousin were sitting at a table drinking, with a table next to us having a couple of guys and girls there.
We got invited to the table, and I started having conversations with random people. Boys and girls. At a certain point, a wasted girl sits next to me and we talk. Then she starts leaning in against my shoulder, and I have my arm around her as we move to another location. She seats herself next to me and leans right back in there again.
When the entire group decides to go home, we all walk to a street where we have to split up. I asked if she wanted a kiss and she answered yes. It became quite a long kiss with her friends cheering and photographing from across the street.
The next day we went to the same bar, where we see some of the girls from last afternoon. Including the one I kissed. But as I approach and ask one of them if I can sit down, she turns her head and I'm having trouble even locking in to talk to her.
It seemed really awkward and there was nothing left of last night's vibe with any of them. We decided to leave and look up some of the other guys we met last night, which did greet us friendly and I spent the night talking to the two Swedish girls they had met.
I discussed it with my cousin and he thinks she was drunk and too willing and so now regretted it.
What do you think? And how do I avoid or repair the awkwardness that took over when we sat down the next day? I felt like it was the perfect time to throw in a false time constraint, though I hadn't briefed my cousin and he doesn't know PUA (he's an absolute natural).