Pretty much the last women I've asked out. She kept saying "rain check". Asked her 3 separate times weeks apart, so I gave up.
Though funny story, i asked a co-worker out for lunch (as friends) and she thought I was asking her out on a date. So she wrote a very long text trying to let me down gently. I was like, "uhhh... i didn't mean it that way."
I'm sure she was embarrassed.
We're good friends now xD
@TheGoogler, Props for perseverance. I wish I had your suavery.
@TheGoogler, nice cover fam, speech 100
@TheGoogler, good friends? 🍆👌🏻
@BigJohnson86, nope, just friends 😅
@TheGoogler, for now....
@TheGoogler, rain check was a nice way of saying no and you didn’t get the hint
@Leslie Knope 2020, a rain check is not a good way to refuse someone as a rain check is a means of saying you can't right now but maybe later. Fail.
@TheGoogler, Fail? I’m just letting you know. I think a fail is more like when someone politely declines your date over and over again and a person doesn’t get the hint.
@Leslie Knope 2020, that's not politely denying. That's avoiding the topic. Politely denying is "I'm sorry, I'm not interested.". I took the steps to come and ask you straight up, and your going to give vague answers? Like I said, rain checks are meant to be used only if you actually mean to cash them. So yes, fail. Don't try to spin this in any way that puts me in the wrong when I did what any normal person would do, which is give them the benefit of the doubt. And also, I was saying that using a rain check in such a way is a fail, in case you can't understand that either.
Plus, me and her still talk with her starting the conversations, so obviously she wasnt put off by me asking. So stop trying to stick up for her when she doesn't need it.
@TheGoogler, um ok. You’re obviously a really nice guy!
@Leslie Knope 2020, just because I'm not putting up with this white knight bs doesn mean I'm not a nice person. I honestly believe your not being the "nice" person in this conversation. You don't know the situation, yet you come in telling me I'm in the wrong? Cool.
@TheGoogler, what!? I gave you my opinion on a situation you put out in the open, for public conversation. Then I gave you a compliment. Sack up dude
@Leslie Knope 2020, I have only had 30 minutes of sleep in the last 36 hours. If you meant that as a serious compliment then I apologize. But realize the tone of our conversation did not seem to be flowing in the direction of serious compliments, so it just sounded like sarcasm.
@TheGoogler, I can see why you’d assume sarcasm. I accept your apology and would like to wish for you a good day, and some fvcking sleep
@Leslie Knope 2020, I will try to get a nap soon. Have a good day yourself :)
@TheGoogler, Also happened with myself and a coworker we're super closd
She: want someone who cares about be,never cheats,is always kind,listens to me,helps me 24/7,looks good. Someone... Someone like you.
Me: did you just say you want Me?
She: ya like you but not actually you someone how looks like you
@Chessam, You see, my dear friend, THAT'S where the error in judgment is made by all placed in this predicament. They want someone like you, sure, but just not you. In other words, your qualities, but not your looks and/or quirks.
Seemed to be the last couple of girls I was interested in before meeting my gf were like this. But if I can give some advice: if they’re like this to you, they’re not right for you. The right one will come along! You just gotta have faith!
@2807Ollie, Same story as you my friend, but I didn't end up with a girlfriend, I ended by giving up.
@August Wthr, don’t lose hope man! One day it’ll happen!
@August Wthr, try match.com or a dating site. Seriously, they work
@August Wthr, I almost gave up faith, then my future wife found me. Thank God for her perseverance, or it never would have happened. Have faith. I know it seems hopeless, but it's always darkest just before dawn.
@Suicide Squad Sucks, I really hope you are right, but I haven't seen a dawn on the horizon in a while.
She wants you but good looking.
@Richard Cypher, truth
What I learned about women. It all has to do with security. What makes her secure is a tradable commodity where she is willing to trade “love” for security. Security however, takes many forms and, in her mind, one of the biggest securities is based around her unspoken gender roles. Even though they are unspoken, they must be strictly adhered to. They claim to want to be equal but, the moment they take on a task they equate to be a mans role, all respect is lost and, can never be regained. That can be income level or, changing the oil. Either way it’s a role in her mind. The reason the jerks seem to always get the girl is that he takes on the role of her father, making him a dominant and her, a subordinate. This twisted mind game induced feelings of security in the female mind. Either way, it’s about learning the roles.
@anal muffin, this sounds like a gender studies lecture, but actually based in reality. I didn’t even know that was possible for gender studies.
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, To think, all I t took was a divorce to learn this secret. It was revealed to me by two separate women who took pity upon me in my time of sorrows. Funny story, one day I spouted this on Facebook and, I started getting inundated with messages from women who couldn’t believe I knew. Literally, a friend called me up and said “ What the hell did you post? My wife’s yelling HOW DOES HE KNOW????”
Basically you're not attractive enough.
Look at all those CUCKS
See everyone's getting upset that girls want someone like you but better looking, but even that'd better than nothing. :(
She’s a thot!!
*Says "isn't full of himself"
*Creates this picture
Forgot to mention that he wears a fedora, owns a katana, keeps saying m'lady and won't stop texting long winded messages
Be more attractive, it’s easy mode
*Last time I was into someone* me: look your in an (emotionally) abusive relationship and we are clearly a good match (we literally talked for minimum 4 hours a day for 6 months) you don't need to be with this guy go out with me. Her: I'm going to talk with him (bf) if he doesn't change I'm going to break up with him. *She proceeds to not communicate with me for a month straight* me: *worried af* her: *after that month* I'm back we broke up and I needed some me time. Me: (well she's had a month might as well ask) so where do we stand? Her: oh well I wasn't sure where we stood so I'm with this guy I used to be with 5 years ago, he wouldn't commit last time but this time will be different for sure. (Later I found out her life goal is to be a stay at home mom with 7 kids.)
I see the nice guys are on the move