The unwanted sequel that no one wanted. Serious or joking inquires, I'd just like to get other's input.
I met a girl last week who I think is attractive. She has a nice body. She is kind of nerdy and likes to play video games, which I don't mind because I occasionally play them as well. She is a school teacher and just recently graduated college last year. The thing is, I don't really want to date her or become anything serious. She lives 40 minutes away, I begin going to graduate school in the Fall which will be 2 hours away and I don't want a summer fling. Her and I met up last week a couple times and the last time we did stuff. Oddly, it wasn't fun. I felt kind of guilty because I was allowing the two of us to do intimate things while knowing that I didn't want to date her or become anything serious. She continues to text me and is trying to get me to drive to her place this week since it's spring break and she doesn't have to teach this week. She told me to come over tomorrow so she can make me food and play games with her, but I really don't want to do anything "intimate" with her again and I don't want to give her any ideas that I want to date her.
What should I do or say to her, nicely, that lets her know I don't mind talking and hanging out with her but I don't want anything more than that? Ultimately I don't want to lead her on and then let her down. I've been in that spot and it sucks.
@HateForTheMasses this is for you as I know you were ready for a sequel.
Edit: I of course asked my dude friends what I should do and they all gave me the same answer: hit it and quit it, which is moronic. So I'm asking you guys and gals.