Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. The fact you forgot about it, then called it off, shows you weren't exactly excited about meeting the guy anyway. He sent me a few messages on POF and lived in the area so I thought why not...
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.
Most times, at this point you will know if they are up for it or not.
You should've wrote it on your calendar or something OP rather than relying on him to remind you.
The last date I had from this website (even though we talked 2-3 days on the phone) then did not message me for about 3 days and then upon the day of the date messaged me around 2 hours before asking if we were still on. I have had several relationships that have lasted 1-2 years. Society has found ways to manage important meetings for hundreds of years before texting arrived. I know and trust the person enough to call them 35 minutes before and say "you're comming right? (Your date) guy hadn't contacted me with either a phone number or to confirm our plans until 11:oo AMIsn't that within 35 minutes?
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). It's difficult to fathom how someone would forget a date completely. So you will be comfortable if your dentist, automobile repair shop, or personal trainer uses that technique?
"Oh, you didn't call to confirm your teeth being cleaned, so we cancelled your scheduled appointment.
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