I'll be honest with you, Week 3 didn't go so well.
This was a repeat guy from my Friday night date. I was a little standoffish Friday night, so I told him we could try a do-over, and he suggested Sunday. So we met at TacoMania, which was fine (my quesadilla was crazy good, actually) then went to Tinseltown to watch Silver Linings Playbook. I felt so tense and anxious during the first half of that movie -- I wanted to leave at one point. But it got better and it had a pleasant ending, so it was fine. The second we got outside the theater, though, I got a phone call from my ex-boyfriend, which put me in a weird defensive mood (I guess I was defensive anyway). I ignored it, told my date goodnight, and went home. No hug or kiss.
Whether it's due to feelings for my ex-boyfriend, or if I'm just not ready to date yet, or if I genuinely don't have romantic feelings for this one, I'm not sure. He seemed to be really into me, and when he has texted me, it's been very funny and silly, but when we've hung out on our dates, idk... he's just not terribly interesting to me and he doesn't make me laugh. He talked about work a lot, which was okay for a little bit, but after brief conversations about music and movies, we didn't seem to have much else to talk about.
Side note, I watched the second Twilight movie at home Saturday, then the third and fourth Sunday, so after dinner and the movie with my date, and after I got home, I left again and went to see the final movie, Breaking Dawn Part 2, by myself. I saw the first movie by myself in the same theater at 10:00 pm on a Sunday night, so it was kind of nice to do that again for the final one. Those movies, as cheesy and horrible as they are, just make you want to fall in love. What's so wrong with that?