Or, as I have already mentioned, it could be the end of the road.After a couple of dates, it turns out that you aren't really interested in each other.
This stage is like the fling stage with one critical difference: Only one of you knows that the relationship won't last.
While you might be beginning to consider the other a real partner, the other thinks of you as a means of getting into someone else's pants.
It’s bound to happen eventually, and you don’t need the reminder that it’s totally normal, but it’s still weird. Hopefully this is super hot and thrilling and not actually awkward at all, but things happen.
He probably won’t be lurking around the bathroom, but if the bathroom is in the bedroom, do what you can to lure him into the other room and then say you’re going to hop in the shower. The first time we get physical with someone, there’s a lot to take in, from penis size to manscaping and everything in between.
Plus, we don’t know each other’s personal preferences, so there can be a bit of trial and error involved the first time we get down.
If you happen to be caught totally off guard by something weird happening, it’s best to speak up now or forever hold your peace.
You put in the time and effort, your liver has certainly paid for it and it is now time to finally get to know the person you've been having sex with all this time. Keep all the lovey-dovey romance stuff to yourself and, whatever you do, do not look him/her in the eyes when in the midst of coitus.
Talking is recommended, but beware of throwing any romance into the mix. When you're done, finish with a firm handshake or a high five.
It doesn't matter what the initial intentions are – not as if you know what the other person's intentions are anyway – on the first date you're either sleeping together or not.