This is in regards to a blind date, specifically. Last week I met a guy for coffee. He was a nice person, and we had a good conversation, but at 35, he still lives at home with his parents & was not my type physically.
At the end of the date, he walked me a bit down the street. At this point, I was going to turn the corner to walk home & wanted to end the date, so I stopped and said "Well, it was nice meeting you"
He said something about "likewise - I'd really like to do it again"...
And I was at a loss for words. After a pause, I think I said "well maybe we could do that sometime". But I felt really bad, because it was kind of obvious and awkward.
What's a good way to put "You seem like a perfectly nice person, but I'm just not feeling it" without being too blunt or implying that there's more interest than there really is?