...I was suffering the worst toothache ever. I went to Tesco to get some paracetamol and this tooth gel stuff I had seen advertised. Walking past the tampon section I see the most amazing suit. This suit just happened to be on the body of an absolute god! So heaven was at Tesco! (I feel that now is a good time to let you know that the ex boyfriend worked for Tesco, and that this was not the first person I had looked at in a supermarket and thought wow!)
So maybe the draw is a supermarket? Everyone has different tastes and Tesco is mine! Oh goodness! Anyway back to what happened.. I was admiring Suit Man for a few seconds and composed myself back to why I was actually there! I found exactly what I was looking for, paid at the pharmacy counter as opposed to the checkout and left. I got back to the mini, closed the door and started to sort out my handbag. I was looking down when I heard a knock at the window of the driver side. I looked up and it was Suit Man.
I gave Suit Man my card (an excellent investment now!) and said goodbye. By the time I got back I had a text from him. Something along the lines of "it was really nice to meet you and you really are very pretty. I'm glad that you said you were single!"... The texts went back and forth for most of the afternoon but stopped at about 5. We had arranged to meet the following week for a lunchtime drink. Perfect. I went straight to Miss Cupcake's house at the first opportunity and relay what happened. It just so happens that her mother in law was also at hers that day and she was also rather intrigued by my story. Following the excitement I realise I've got lots to do and must get home. Standing at the doorway saying goodbye Miss Cupcake notices that in the light my dress is see through! Maybe that's what caught his attention?! It provides several laughs!
The thing with this man was that he had it all so far. He definitely had the looks, he had the confidence and now the personality given that in text we seemed to have enough in common to get along, but a lot of differences in that we had something to talk about! I fancied him!