She thinks he must have been interested and has done his part to show that (sitting same table & business card) and there was nothing further he could do. Do they expect you to contact them or are they just being polite? Decided to treat myself to a nice lunch yesterday, so I go to a popular joint, ordered, and sat by myself waiting for my meal.When we were about to leave, he handed me his business card. Unfortunately I didn't have my business cards with me and couldn't think of any less awkward way to give him my contacts ..Find out more in our Cookies & Similar Technologies Policy.
I have had to learn this, but now it's firmly entrenched in my brain. Not her Facebook name, not her email, not her g*ddam Twitter account. We then walked out of the restaurant, said our goodbyes and take cares, and that was it. Men, I'm told all men think alike, so help me out here; what do you think was going on in this guy's head? And you would enjoy continuing the conversation at another time.One of my friends at work thinks I should give it a couple of days and then send a simple 2-3 lines email. He was very interesting to me and honestly, you don't run into people like him everyday, but I feel so weird doing what my friend is suggesting. It's not as if you're saying, "Take me up to your hotel room and show me your etchings, Big Boy."Folks, what does it mean when someone you randomly met in a nonbusiness setting gave you their business card?Suddenly, a decent-looking gentleman approaches and asks if he could sit with me.There were other empty tables and chairs so at this point I didn't know what his deal was, however I just told him it's fine.