How to get laid with a dating sim

You’ve got a crush on a cute, cute guy.

Now it’s time to meet him for a date.

You’re in Austin, Texas.

You’ve booked a private room at a cheap hotel and you’ve been waiting anxiously for your date to show up.

He never does.

He just never shows up.

You are a bit worried.

He’s a college student.

You feel like you’ve waited too long.

You think maybe you’ve just been unlucky.

So you start thinking about other people who have met a similar fate.

You find a few of the guys you’ve met online and you start wondering how many of them you’d have had a chance to meet if they had met you in person.

And you start to wonder if the same thing happens to you.

You decide to find out.

So, you meet up with the guy.

He asks you out.

You meet up in person for the first time.

The first thing you notice is that you’re staring at a handsome stranger.

You look around and he’s obviously a handsome guy.

You smile and say hello, and he greets you warmly.

But he’s not looking at you, he’s looking at the computer screen.

You ask him out, and you smile, and they look at each other and nod in agreement.

You tell him you’d like to go out for dinner, and the next thing you know, he has his date, a guy named David.

After dinner, you head to the club and start flirting with the guys there.

You end up having dinner with the one guy you really wanted to date.

They’re cool with you.

The next day, you’re talking about the date with David when you notice a man in a suit in the bar.

He looks at you and says, “You’re my girlfriend.”

You’re not sure what to say.

He seems like a nice guy, but you don’t think he’s a girlfriend.

So what do you do?

You walk over to the bar and start drinking and talking to the guy in the suit.

He starts laughing and saying things like, “I was just wondering, how come I’m in Austin and not New York?”

You ask why he’s in Austin.

He says he just wants to see you, and when you start talking to him again, you get more excited and he says, “‘Cause you’re not really into me.”

You want to say, “Yes, that’s true.”

But then you realize that’s not true.

You haven’t met him yet.

He doesn’t know you yet.

“David, I know you’re a little shy,” he says.

“I know that you don’st want to date me.”

“But you just really like my suit, so I know I’m going to like it.”

“I’m just kidding, I’m a big guy.”

“Well, I like my suits a lot, too.

I just don’t want to meet your friends.”

You get up and walk away.

You want David to know that, and now you’re going to tell David that you’d be interested in meeting up with him in person, at a bar.

You start talking with him about how cool it would be to go to Austin and go to a bar with someone you don