We exchanged email addresses, and I sent him a note telling him that while I don't mind a little email/text exchange, I really prefer to just meet for a casual date (coffee, a quick drink, whatever) rather than get caught in the endless email.
On Saturday, he replied that he would like that, and we made plans to meet later in the week.
On Sunday - one day after we made our date, three days after he contacted me - I got an email that read:
I'm going to have to cancel our meeting. I've met someone and have decided to go in that direction. I hope I didn't waste your time.It could be me, but...
If you're so involved with someone else that you're within days of making the decision to not see anyone else - why would you be contacting people on a dating sites, and setting up dates?
If you've just met someone - why are you already so involved that you're cancelling plans to have coffee with someone who is, at this point, just an acquaintance (or not even)?
Why do you feel the need to offer an excuse or explanation like this to someone you haven't met, and who you clearly have no interest in getting to know?
Who refers to dates as "meetings?"
If you're this socially inept and awkward, why on earth are you dating at all? You should be focused on fixing your own issues; they'll get in the way of that new relationship faster than coffee with me ever could.