I found it supremely awkward to end coffee dates, and never knew how to phrase it.
If it never results in an actual meeting, it’s frankly a waste of my time.more on that below), the server will come by and ask if you want another round or the bill.This provides the perfect opportunity to end a date, because you can politely say you’re tired, and just grab the bill.Also, if I finished my beverage before his, I always worried – should I get another one, or just sit there, coffee-less? Which meant that I’d awkwardly keep turning my head every few minutes to look at my date as we engaged in conversation. It was an annoying way to start off the date, and could have easily been avoided if he had simply used his brain.Getting a new one means waiting in line again – and maybe he didn’t want a second coffee. So I usually just sat there, thirsty and praying that he’d chug his coffee down so that I could make up an excuse to go home. It honestly was more of a hassle (and strain on my neck) than it was worth. And where there’s no particular destination in mind, your conversation is interrupted constantly by “should we turn left or right? Note: I’m not saying that because he’s the man, he should have gotten the table for us.