Since when is it "intrusive" to ask personal questions about her love life and her future plans of somebody that you may be asking to marry you or at least go very very steady within a couple of weeks? And it seems to me that his "unabashed contempt" started coming on just about the time that Lisa began reacting as if the questions somehow blindsided her. Anyone who would be surprised by those questions and would think that the fantasy date is a just-for-fun date like the early ones is pretty clueless, if you ask me, and particularly clueless about the state of mind that the main character in the Bach (as opposed to the throng) is supposed to have.Originally Posted by neneng;2147300;
I remember how Byron and Mary said they hid in a closet on their fantasy date to talk seriously out of the reach of what they feared were hidden microphones. If you're really interested in exploring an actual relationship with the actual person in front of you, I don't believe you'd find anything that Lorenzo asked "intrusive" or want that fantasy date to be a just-fun occasion.