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Avoid saying exactly where you live and work for example, until you’ve got to know each other a bit better and feel you can trust them.

At the time I thought 'why not, what's the point in chatting for hours or even days, why waste time'.

But when we met, there was something about him that made me feel slightly uneasy.

Do as much research as you can, trust your judgement and make an informed decision before meeting up with someone. If you go for a coffee or a drink, it is much easier to end the date than if you’ve committed to a sit down meal.

But by the same token, if it goes well, you can easily carry on and let it turn into lunch or dinner. I had no interest in the guy whatsoever, and the mature response would have been to have dinner (as planned), split the bill and go home.

Avoid saying exactly where you live and work for example, until you’ve got to know each other a bit better and feel you can trust them.

At the time I thought 'why not, what's the point in chatting for hours or even days, why waste time'.

But when we met, there was something about him that made me feel slightly uneasy.

Do as much research as you can, trust your judgement and make an informed decision before meeting up with someone. If you go for a coffee or a drink, it is much easier to end the date than if you’ve committed to a sit down meal.

But by the same token, if it goes well, you can easily carry on and let it turn into lunch or dinner. I had no interest in the guy whatsoever, and the mature response would have been to have dinner (as planned), split the bill and go home.

Instead I dealt with it by getting drunk and kissing him at a club. Thank god I didn't go home with him, but unsurprisingly he thought I liked him.