So I've been chatting to this guy online for a while, I've seen him out a couple of times and we caught up once off the cuff - nothing happened, it was just chatting and getting to know each other. There were a couple of moments where I would have jumped him there and then but thought that might not be the best idea straight up! He's very cute, has a good job, sense of humor similar to mine, close in age etc - basically everything you'd look for at the start of something to potentially develop into more.
We're both fairly busy so a lot of communication has been through the dreaded text messaging. There has been a lot of conversation, a lot of flirting and the occasional more adult kind of chat.
We finally set a time for an actual official date which I've been really looking forward to - and then the night before he messaged me to say he couldn't see us being anything more than friends. This obviously came completely out of left field.
Do guys just change their mind like this? I understand that attraction needs to be there but personally if I didn't see something going down a potential dating path I would tell them upfront and not keep up the conversation of something different. I guess I just can't help but feel like I did something wrong, and never got given the chance to prove myself?