Do you also say "you are not my type" as an excuse when do not want to commit?


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Most Helpful Guy

  • No I do not get into that

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  • Yeah, when I don't want to commit to someone who isn't my type.

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    • Yeah, but just to get rid, you see? Does not mean you do not find the person attractive, but just to get out of there.

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    • weird how?

    • Like you just act different than what I thought. You make weird comments on things or try to be funny but you just come off weird and annoying. You like weird things. Stuff like that

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What Guys Said 3

  • Someone who feels that way about someone else should not be in a relationship, let alone a committed one.

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  • I say that before hand.
    At my age, I am too old to play people, I know what I want

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  • I hardly ever say "You're not my type." Probably because I rarely have a type I don't like.

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What Girls Said 2

  • No, because if he was my type and I was available, I'd commit.

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    • Yeah, but if you have relationship issues from the past?

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    • Yup, especially then I'm afraid. One person wants more than a casual hook up so the other says, "Oh I can't give you more because of my past. But hey, I'll keep hooking up with you."

    • But why would the person say that if both already hooked up?

  • I don't know because I am not a guy obviously, but just wanted to point out that that is not really a bad thing for a guy to do. "You are not my type" sounds pretty final. It is clearly saying "I do not wish to have a relationship with you (for whatever reason)." It is honest. Just because you want him to commit doesn't mean he should or has to.

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