If you've never been rejected, then give the harshest reason you've rejected someone. If you've never been rejected AND never asked anyone, tell me why then.
I've never been asked out, so I've never rejected anyone. The harshest reason a girl has rejected is due to my looks. She bluntly told me in a text I was too ugly. I'm not saying she is the only girl to reject me on my looks but she's the only girl who bluntly admitted so (women are usually less visual anyway.)
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Harshest rejection: because I was black but before you gun the you can't help who you're attracted to thing "person preference" listen to the reason.
It was an anonymous friendly chat in a school group app. We talked for about a month or two. He tried prying my identity but I wouldn't budge because I know as soon as people find out you're black the conversation is over. He gave me his number but I wanted to keep talking as friends anonymous plus I don't meet love interest online. Even if they go to my school. Gave me several invitations out "without knowing what I look like" but I declined.
I brought up black guys one day just to gage his thoughts on black people.
Response: I don't care for black guys and if that's who my competition is then, I'm throwing in the towel
I told him: he should give up now
**he was confused** like wait you like black guys, why?
He went on saying: how much he won't bother with black people because black culture is so unattractive... etc
I decided to drop the I'm black "bomb" before he went any further
I told him I can tell he doesn't roam outside of his bubble often because he's a top engineering university with bunch of educated black students and still the first thing that comes to his mind is the guy on the corner from a music video
Which is also his definition of black culture: when people who define themselves as black goes from the UK, to the Caribbean, Africa and back
He admitted, all his friends are of one race. He lived with one black person who just happened to be a bad influence, drug dealer etc.. so that's why he thinks like that"
Conversation was seldom afterwards, as expected but I enjoyed setting up that trap :)
*fun social experiment*
He wasn't white by the way.. But another minority2