I went to a party about two weeks ago.
I spotted this guy and we instantly hit it off. We left the party for a bit just to talk somewhere quieter. Since we were talking about Star Wars, he invited me back to his place to watch it. We were both pretty drunk so of course it led into a hook up. As I was gathering my clothes to leave, he began to tell me how much he wanted to see me again the next day and how he wanted to get to know me.
I thought this was really sweet but I honestly didn't want to get together just because of the fear of rejection, or the thought that he wouldn't really care for my personality when I wasn't intoxicated or thought I wasn't fun.
He walked me home after that, and gave me a kiss goodbye, he was so sweet! The next day I figured that since this was the first time someone had asked me to come back to their place to get to know me, I should get to know him too. He invited me back the next morning for pancakes and I went back to his place. It was strange seeing him again so soon, now that the alcohol had worn off and we were in the light of day. Things were just... different than how I anticipated.
Nevertheless, we hung out that day for four hours! We watched the rest of the Star Wars movie we didn't get to finish and then cuddled in his bed. It was so relaxing.
Now what sucks is that, I kind of feel like I want a do-over. Since that day we met again, I was tired and hungover and didn't really act like myself. And he didn't really get to see the REAL me, nor does he know a lot about me. And I guess now I kind of want to get to know him more. I even texted him today saying, "I want a do over" and his reply was, "What do you mean?"" so I began to start second-guessing myself that I didn't really know what I meant.
Is it stupid to want to get to know him better? I know usually the guy is the one who should chase the girl so I know that if he is interested in me he would have made the move already. So I'm guessing the verdict is to wait until he contacts me if he wants to get together again. I feel like I screwed up by not really being myself the day we met, so he didn't get the right impression of me.
Am I overthinking this too much? Should I just wait on him? What should I do?