Any of you ever get blatantly rejected?

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  1. IIIrd Icon

    IIIrd Icon Senior member

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    Is asking for her number considered a leap?

    depends on who you're asking it from.
     
  2. thetieguy

    thetieguy Senior member

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    I asked a girl one time"Don't i know you from somewhere?" and she said"Yes, thats whi I dont go there anymore.' It still hurts me till this day.
     
  3. Connemara

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    I asked a girl one time"Don't i know you from somewhere?" and she said"Yes, thats whi I dont go there anymore.' It still hurts me till this day.
    OMG that is epic pwnage.
     
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    I was hoping she would smile at me but no, she had to say that. Why would anyone be that mean? She could have gotten a drink or 2 out of me.
     
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    No.
     
  6. oroy38

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    It's hard to be blatantly rejected unless you're a total doucehbag to the girl or she's a classless bitch. I wouldn't go in for a second time. Classy ladies will turn you down trying not to hurt your feelings. Classy guys will take it in stride and move on. The best thing you can do is just take the hint and move on. If you're totally head over heels for this chick, then by all means, go for it again. We're not stopping you. A shot of tequila for some courage never hurt. Unless 1 shot becomes 6.
     
  7. MetroStyles

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    Yeah I mean I couldn't believe this was a serious thread. If you get flat out rejected, move on. Why drag your pride on the ground and come crawling back? I mean that said, persistence often pays off in the most unlikely of circumstances, but it is a balancing act between persisting until there is a 0% chance and keeping dignity intact.
     
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    he's just trying to keep conne company
     
  9. oroy38

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    It's not only a matter of dignity, but of reputation. Girls talk, and word spreads fast about the guy who just wouldn't take a hint and move on.
     
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    The closest I've come to that is being told, "I don't date". She was Persian so it might actually be true.
     
  11. oroy38

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    Lies. I know Persian girls that get around more than any hood rat skank. Most often the ones who appear oppressed are the wildest. Especially the Catholic ones.
     
  12. Nouveau Pauvre

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    one friend takes rejection as a challenge__ he likes rolling a hard six. my other friend go by statistic probabilities, so he does not take rejections personally. i, on the other hand, don't take rejection too well, so i look [for signs] before i leap.

    +1.

    I rarely get rejected, and never outright. Not because I'm a slick baller but because I have a pretty good idea of the kind of girl who will be responsive. I also have friends who play the numbers game and it works for them but I like a more strategic approach.
     
  13. crazyquik

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    You tell me:

    On a date with a girl, we had gone out on a few. Were talking about her roomie, who had broken up with the BF, but then gotten back together. My Date said they were back together again, it was "official." I said "well, is her status on Facebook still 'Single' or 'In A Relationship', because it's not "official" unless it's on Facebook."

    Date said "no, you can be "official" but not have it on Facebook yet."

    Date ends with our tongues in each others mouths [​IMG]

    Check Facebook the next day and see that Date's status is now "In A Relationship." Not with me. [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Was that blatant rejection, or something else?
     
  14. MetroStyles

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    It's not only a matter of dignity, but of reputation. Girls talk, and word spreads fast about the guy who just wouldn't take a hint and move on.

    I guess that's the difference between a small city and a big city. In NY you never have to worry about rep, only dignity.
     
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    +1 to Metro's poast. It is difficult to reject a roofie.

    And yet you've still been rejected.
     

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