Hehehe. He's not D&D Dude in my head, though. He's a supervillain. I just know that one of these days he'll show his true nature and tie me to the train tracks.
Actually, I asked him a few days ago when in that first evening he decided I was so awesome. He told me it was probably when we were in the coffee shop, talking about how he's a villain. I told him that I'd be his assistant and/or victim if he wanted me to be.
Yeah, we both have weirdly overactive imaginations.
Anyway. The next day I texted him while I was in school, and asked him if he wanted to get together for dinner that evening. We met in a coffee shop near his house, then wandered around a bit until we found a good restaurant. We had a wonderful meal together, being disgustingly cute. Then we went back to his apartment.
His roommates were both gone, so we had the place to ourselves. We curled up on the couch together for a little while, talking.
Then, we both turned to face each other at the same moment, and all of a sudden we were kissing. It was perfect - not awkward, not too soon.
I was weirdly nervous, probably because he's so much older than me. I guess I was kind of doing the nervous schoolgirl thing. Or maybe it was just that here was someone so compatible with me, and I didn't want to mess it up. Either way, the nervousness faded by the end of evening, and many more kisses followed.
That's all there really is to the story right now. The rest has just been us doing normal happy couple things - lots of kisses, lots of time spent together, lots of joking about robots and reanimated corpses (well, the last part might not be so normal).
As for Glasses Boy - I'm pretty sure one of the other girls I work with is his girlfriend. Doesn't bother me much, though, since I can't imagine he's nearly as awesome as my new boyfriend. He fell asleep in the library a couple days ago, and I had to shake his shoulder to wake him. It didn't do anything for me - he was just some random boy I had to wake up. (It was actually really awkward, haha.)
So the story ends happily for all involved. fades back into the mists of anonymity