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Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... But yes, he should have contacted you the night before to confirm the date, and you probably should have exchanged numbers first.While he *could* have confirmed earlier, you are the one in the wrong for not making sure you would remember the date (ie putting it in your diary/phone/calendar). You forgot about it and made other plans and you canceled. I myself don't meet people unless I talk to them on the phone a few times to see if we click.
Now when it comes to relationships i've been in a while... I was expecting him to at least ask for a phone number or something.Like you, I've had relationships and dated men who were interested and they will confirm plans. The ones who don't confirm or wait until last minute aren't interested.I've had guys who set up dates 4-5 days in advance and never confirmed until they said, "I'm here" and they were stood the **** up. You had AGREED to a date, on a certain day, at a certain time. You can not have been too excited about meeting him. If you are in any doubt as to whether a date is still on, it is incumbent upon you to communicate and find out.With the advent of technology nowadays, there is no excuse to be completely out of contact for days on end before a date unless...person is just not all that interested in meeting you. You can always contact a man to confirm plans as well if this was important to you.Perhaps some people feel that they didn't need to confirm plans since the plans were set. We'll get to speak in person on the actual date, why would I message you again, unless to say that I'm definitely NOT coming? I always set up dates at least a few days in advance, and that includes exchange numbers (I won't exchange numbers until plans have been set).