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As soon as he had found out that I was gay, he was over the moon and was super happy that I was getting to know him. We hit it off and it wasn't long before he asked me out to dinner and I wasn't too sure about it, but I was excited to meet him. He told me he was going out with a girl and told me not to worry because I would be able to talk to her before he left and to try to make him happy too! I was happy for him that he thought that way and was eager to get to know him better. As we were driving back to my place I was trying to get over the shock and not thinking about how bad I was feeling about the fact that we just met. As we got in the car he said "I know that you can't tell anyone but that would be very awkward" and I laughed. He laughed even more as he said "Well, I've never had to be that shy and I've never been that into girls."

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