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post #16 of 868
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post

"well can I at least get a fucking blowjob before I leave??!!"

+1
post #17 of 868
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube View Post

At least she didn't ask for a doggy bag at the restaurant.

Sorry, G33k, but that one never gets old.
post #18 of 868
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

Few problems I see here:
1. You should have asked her about her relationship situation within ten minutes of meeting her.
2. You shouldn't drop $90 on dinner for any woman who is less than an exclusive girlfriend.
3. You got fazed by her telling you about the other guy, first arguing with her then leaving with your tail between your legs.
That said, I don't think the situation is beyond salvaging. Most attractive women will be in some sort of relationship at any time. This woman clearly wants out, you just need to give her a reason to leave. Text her the naughty things you would like to do to her. If she brings up the other guy, play it cool and say something like, "That's cool, I promise not to tell him about us if you don't." Proceed as if he doesn't exist. And for the love of God, do not take her out to an expensive dinner again.
You know, I kind of like this idea. Justification is simple: I don't have anything to lose. What does everyone else think?
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube View Post

At least she didn't ask for a doggy bag at the restaurant.
I almost spit out my coffee at this comment.
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

Man I would have been pissed at the furious bout of texting and been thinking about not calling again before she even tried to kick me out.
Unless she's some sort of fucked up doctor who is on call via text messages, get that piece of shit electronic toy out of the bedroom (unless you're using the "Sexy Time" app)
Yeah I was pissed at that but then I got fazed, as AC pointed out.
post #19 of 868
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

You know, I kind of like this idea. Justification is simple: I don't have anything to lose. What does everyone else think?

Dude, you've been Friend-Zoned. Cut your losses, never speak to her ever again. You are done here.
post #20 of 868
conne dated mark I's ex-gf...
post #21 of 868
Lol this is like something one of my girlfriends would tell me about, which I'd respond to with something like "sounds like an asshole who doesn't respect you - move on."

Of course, they would then ignore my blunt but sage advice, end up getting drunk texted and become said jerk off's good time girl in between sobbing to me wondering why he doesn't love her.

Anyway, there's nothing wrong with a "$90 dinner" spent on someone he's not exclusive with. IMO, it shows class if a guy does that at any stage in the relationship, whether it be courting or serious.

Move on, conne!
post #22 of 868
Tomgirl I spent $90 on my own dinner tonight, want to eat dinner across from me?
post #23 of 868
brb wallet is in my car

*sound of running on pavement*
post #24 of 868
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Originally Posted by tomgirl View Post

Anyway, there's nothing wrong with a "$90 dinner" spent on someone he's not exclusive with. IMO, it shows class if a guy does that at any stage in the relationship, whether it be courting or serious.

uhm, this is conne...
post #25 of 868
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Originally Posted by tomgirl View Post

Lol this is like something one of my girlfriends would tell me about, which I'd respond to with something like "sounds like an asshole who doesn't respect you - move on."
Of course, they would then ignore my blunt but sage advice, end up getting drunk texted and become said jerk off's good time girl in between sobbing to me wondering why he doesn't love her.
Anyway, there's nothing wrong with a "$90 dinner" spent on someone he's not exclusive with. IMO, it shows class if a guy does that at any stage in the relationship, whether it be courting or serious.
Move on, conne!
post #26 of 868
If Conne was in the Friend Zone, he wouldn't have gotten as far as he did. I'm willing to bet that this girl slept with the other guy really quickly and is trying to justify it to herself (and everybody else) by saying that they're in "kind of" a relationship. In other words, this guy is a few steps ahead of Conne, nothing that can't be overcome. I'm a little biased, but I think texting is a minimal investment worth making. Worst thing that happens is that she doesn't respond and you can move on knowing that you gave it a shot.
post #27 of 868
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Let me say this: I do think she was sincere about liking me. But I also got the feeling that she was trying hard to justify it. "You're just so much younger than me" (not really; I'm 23, she is 30), "We work together" (we don't; we work for the same branch of government but have never/will never interact professionally), blah blah blah.

I dunno what to do.
post #28 of 868
OJFC. That's $45 a person? rolleyes.gif
post #29 of 868
Conne, you got suckered. Swallow your loss and move on.
post #30 of 868
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

If Conne was in the Friend Zone, he wouldn't have gotten as far as he did. I'm willing to bet that this girl slept with the other guy really quickly and is trying to justify it to herself (and everybody else) by saying that they're in "kind of" a relationship. In other words, this guy is a few steps ahead of Conne, nothing that can't be overcome. I'm a little biased, but I think texting is a minimal investment worth making. Worst thing that happens is that she doesn't respond and you can move on knowing that you gave it a shot.

She told me this on-and-off thing has been going on for a year. It's some guy that she's known for a long time, her family knows him, et al. But she told me at the end of the night that "I do want to try this (relationship)" and that she needed time. Of course that could be bullshit...
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