Milf Update

ChefDan

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I saw the milf I talked about in my previous post again. For anyone not updated, I talked her up and touched her and inspected her hand and whatnot (she called me very smooth) and I got her number. That night, I texted her "Glad to have met you :) -ChefDan" to which she never responded. Mind you, she put her contact in my phone with BOTH a first name and a last name.

I was teaching a ski class and she was right by us, so I said "hey Sandy, how are you?" and she said "hi, how am I" back. I then focused on my class and I didn't see her again until the end of class. She stayed behind because her kids were still skiing so I went back up to her and touched her on her arm and asked her if she still wanted to grab that coffee. She smiled "maybe" and I said "or a movie," and she smiled another "maybe" I asked her if it was a yes or a no, and she said "maybe" again. I told her "I know, you're a busy woman. You've got kids and you're probably too busy seducing other boys" and she playfully prodded at me "oh, stop it!" Then she goes "my kids are probably wondering who I'm talking to" to which I replied "oh, I won't embarrass you. Shall I text you again?" and she smiled "sure." Then I skied off.

I haven't texted her yet. I want to make her wait a little bit. A day or maybe two days. I'm thinking of just asking what her schedule looks like. Any thoughts on a text idea?

Should I ask her out to a movie or a coffee? A coffee might be less commitment but if she's going out to see a film with me, it's less of a date for her, and more of a chance for her to escape her kids and see a movie at a theatre.

She's hesitant but I think she just needs to be nudged. She's interested.
 

Seppuku

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Definitely coffee. Movies are what friends do. When you date, you always want to make it clear it's a date, no such thing as "it's less a date for her". And she can also escape her kids after the coffee, when she follows you to your place. Plus, in a coffee date you will be able to interact with her. At a movie, both your attentions are on the movie, not on each others.

Good idea to wait a couple of days.

Your text should be the simplest possible. There is no "smart and witty text" that is going to win you a girl (I know it is a common misconception in general). "Hey Sandy! let's do a coffee like we said. How does your schedule look like in the coming days?" or similar.

"my kids are probably wondering...": she was telling you is that, like all girls, and especially as a mom, she is extremely aware of the social surroundings and her reputation. Who might be watching? Who might be hearing? It is something to keep in mind - be discreet all the time. Carefully choose the coffee place - not too busy, with possibility to be isolated.
 
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