JaynGarrick 10 | 16 30 Nov 2011 #1Went on a date with someone wonderful. He's Polish but grew up in France. I'm American. We split the bill,which is absolutely fine by me, but I understood previously that Polish men are still very old school about stuff like that, so I didn't know if it was a date at that point. He did walk me home, and when we parted ways he kissed me on the cheek and left, although I thought we were hitting it off. Again, American culture, I have no issues kissing on the first date, but I wasn't sure if that was his way of saying "Well, that was nice, but I'm not that interested." or if he was just being Polish. Or maybe I'm just terribly American?? I have no idea.Some background-- the way we met and the way we've interacted has been on the more "attracted-to-you" side, but hasn'tquite reached romantic yet(ie. a date with no kissing). Body language is "interested"-- and I think I'm quite good at reading body language, except now it's crossing over cultures, so I'm second guessing myself and I'd really rather not make a move on someone who just wants to be my friend-- I'm always down to make more friends.