I don't flake, but when I'm going for a very be girl it makes it much more difficult. A lot of the best girls and guys are single because everyone thinks that they are taken or out of their league. I'm currently interested in a girl that has actually been single for 3 years because guys always think that she is taken.
Being flaked on to me is fucking disrespectful and completely frustrating. It shows that the person isn't worth my time if they can't even bother to call/txt to honestly communicate that they didn't want to go on the date.
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I would never flake, but i'd be skeptical about WHY she showed interest. So I guess i would withhold the trust for some time. There some are very attractive women who use their beauty to get what they want (not all of them) be it money, power, material possessions, rent and/or bills paid etc. etc. . A small handful of these women can take advantage of hundreds perhaps thousands of decent guys each. So there is some negative reaction from men who have experienced this, or have simply been told repeatedly this will happen when a girl who is "out of his league" shows interest. If this is not who and what you are then I say hang in there, somebody out there will be man enough to find out and do you right. Good luck Babe.
I have done this when I was single... even though the signs were all there. She met me a few times shopping, and virtually followed me around the aisles, always smiling. She even asked me what I was making for dinner!
We had a great conversation, I think her beauty kind of through me off though.
Yeah. I do this all the time. Its fear of rejection. So its so much easier to lie to yourself and go "well she's too pretty... won't be interested in me so I'll save myself the feeling of foolishness and embarrassment for being rejeceted".
Its a pretty bad way of thinking and you have to be quite brave to get over it. Once you start being more confident and not giving a damn (easier said than done) you won't flake out like that.
I flake. For me though, it's not blatant cancellations or anything, I just act very guarded. It's like "why me?" I can be doing anything and everything is cool, until she gives off vibes that she may like me, then my mind just shuts down. Then I do stupid stuff that makes the term "flake" so appropriate. I swing and sway while not being constant.
This is true that some guys flake out on girls they think are out of their league or to attractive or to pretty for them or that they are not worthy of her or that they are mad at her for a mental instinguishment in men that she fucks other and gives him the parts nobody wants.
way too many times... I pretend to forget their numbers and stop texting... Whenever I talk to such creatures, I avoid eye contact... I keep my greetings brief and crisp, like a nod of acknowledgement...
It wouldn't make any sense to flake out on someone if you've already made plans and everything, just because they're attractive. I mean they've made plans with you so at least they're interested in you on some level? Either for friendship or more.
It makes sense not to approach anyone who's super attractive because you might think "well what's the point", but if you're already hanging out then it doesn't make sense to act flaky. I'd say, if you've made plans with someone and they flake out, they're more likely to not be interested in you. If they flake out because they think you're too attractive then obviously they have some crazy insecurities, and those kinds of people are generally not ready for a relationship.
You're looking at it all wrong! There is no such thing as "too attractive".
But if you just view people on "levels of attractiveness", don't simply rate them physically. He could be beautiful physically, but have grossly unattractive personality issues. People are complex baby girl! Don't make decisions based on such a flat angle!!
Yes because I'm unattractive so I know they won't like me. Guys who average to below average reject me so I know attractive men will. Usually a friend will set me up with someone and once I see his picture, I say no.
Once when I said yes and we met, he got mad at her for setting us up. He wasn't hot and I guess he had bad luck with women. She thought since we had the same experiences with dating, we'd be good for each other. He was extremely rude toe and her. So that's why I won't let her set me up with really attractive men.