Safety first, he was recommended by a Twitter follower I didn’t know! I selected him out of interest, to see whether he would select me back (and whether he recognised me as the girl he had been scheduling a date with).
He didn’t select me back, (I suspect having met him, because I’m not skinny and blonde!
I know, I shouldn’t probably be in contact with him, but that’s a whole other issue.
(Insert emotional baggage joke here.) This time around though, I put those pangs of relationship FOMO aside and embraced the fact that I was single... That’s like being a kid in a candy store, a candy store stocked with good-looking treats in cool, not-found-in-America packaging. Then he dropped me off at my hotel and went to the gym.
Edit; I re-read the question, did you mean with someone whom you already have a relationship with?
If so, anything you both enjoy together can be a date, it's not such a familiar terminology over the pond, here in Blighty.
“I always get a little depressed when I travel because I have no one to share it with.
And that makes me think of you,” I wrote back to him.
But whether it’s for business or pleasure, when I go on a trip — even if it’s with girlfriends — I tend to get sentimental.
Recently, during a trip to Mexico, an ex-boyfriend emailed me, asking if I was having a good time.
You find them attractive, so you go over and strike up conversation.
The added bonus of Tinder is that it only lets you speak to them if they have indicated they also find you attractive. And so it is no surprise that my Tinder dates have all been relatively attractive- because I had to swipe ‘yes’ to their photos in order to speak to them to arrange the dates.
This is possibly because it takes such minimal effort, and because it doesn’t require any form of real investment.