You like the guy and may ne open to dating him but for some reason you still rejected him? Ever done that? If so then why?
Girls, have you ever rejected a guy you liked before?
What Girls Said 28
I rejected my boyfriend the first time he asked me, yeah. I was maaaaaaaaajorly insecure at that time and had convinced myself for the past four years that he could never like me so when he did ask me out - in a bad mood, online with the words 'go out with me' because he is bad at emotions -, I freaked out and thought like three things:
1. He's just in a bad mood and making hasty decisions, if he calms down, he won't want me anymore.
2. Maybe it was a joke or a bet, after all, I never thought he could want me and I'd never picked up any signs before.
3. If I do go out with him, I'll just disappoint him.
So yeah, I did make an idiot of myself and rejected him the first time. I later accepted, obviously.3
Actually, yes, I have. I rejected a guy two years ago because I was scared. I was afraid for some stupid reason. A guy I really like just asked me out yesterday and I rejected him too. I really do like him, but I'm a commitmentphobe and don't want him to get hurt because of me. I could be making a huge mistake like I did two years ago after rejecting the other guy, but I just can't seem to get myself to actually go for what I want.3
Yes, I did that in 8th grade and on graduation day of highnschool LOL.
In middle school I had a crush on a dude in my class because I thought he was cute. He first had 2 female classmates come up to me and ask me out for him because he was scared and I was like "whaaaat?".
But then he got up out of his seat and asked me himself and I freaked out and was like "no!!!". I thought he was immature... He ended up asking one of the girls he had ask me out to be his girlfriend and she said yes. How funny.
On graduation day my brother's friend texted him asking me if i'd go out with him... I thought he was cute and weird but I thought he was just joking and messing with me... But if he was serious... Wtf? Who texts a girls brother to ask her out even though you have her number?
Anyway later on a couple years later I found out he was being serious but by then I had lost interest.0
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nah I never did that! I never believe any want to date me! I always assume it was a joke and it always was.1
Yes I have. He was a good friend and I kinda likes him (not heavily in love or something), but I heard he basically asked every available girl from my age at school. He asked some classmates and friends of mine and they all rejected him saying that he was a player.
He was really sweet and sensitive, but it just didn't feel right. Maybe because of what those girls said, maybe just a feeling but it got to me.
Maybe if I was single and he was (he has a girlfriend now and is very loyal to her), maybe I would give him a chance.
I learned my lesson though. Don't listen to what other girls say about a guy (because after all, it wasn't true at all).0
Yes , I did. In high school. I know high school is so far away but I liked this guy named Jonathan. He use to always flirt with me and all. I thought I was cute. Then one day he asked me out and I flat out said no. I don't know why I did. So sophomore year , junior and senior year I tried to get him to ask me out but he didn't like me. So we graduated and went out separate ways. He would text me occasionally. And then one night I was drunk and needed a ride home. And I called him and he answered. He came and got me. And he tried to kiss me while droppibg me home. I told him I'm drunk and said thanks. His parents were military and were moving to Alaska but he was gonna stay in Texas with his cousins. Before he left he told me I was hoping me and you would be together maybe have an apartment and a kid. Then my heart stopped. Now I think what if that happened. he's engaged now and has a baby girl. I'm happy for him1
No, I haven't. I don't chicken out about that.0
Yes. Not only did we live pretty far away from each other, but he was older (about 7 years) and had a kid from a previous relationship. I was 18 and really didn't want to deal with a guy who lived 2 states away and had a child, so I said no. I really liked him, but I know in the long run it was for the best.0
Yes. I have rejected a guy I loved. I really regretted it. I was in a relationship at the time, but it was ending, so I could have said yes. But in respect to the previous guy, I didn't. I wish I had through.0
No not really however I feel like sometimes it is nice to take things slow to genuinely know them before getting into an actual relationship espically if I haven't know him long.0
Yes I did that in high school because I wasn't looking to date at all. Wanting to only focus on school was one of the reasons as to why.
I would only date/get in a relationship when I'm ready to have something serious in life.1
Well yea. Usually it's because even tho I really like them or find the attractive my womanly senses detect this is not a good partner for me personally. I just dont think there's much potential in the relationship. Happens all the time0
Oh yes.. High school was brutal0
yeah, i thought he was joking, his friends were pressuring him to do it so i thought it was a dare :'( what if it wasn't0
That would be stupid0
Yup. Even if I like the guy it doesn't mean I would consider them boyfriend material. I had one guy I really liked but things that are really important to me were not even on his radar (I'm NOT talking about marriage or kiddos or even the future).0
I may have because I don't want to date.0
Yes but that was back in high school, I was inexperienced, shy, and immature.0
Yes I have.0
lol yep most guys i rejected i was attracted to in some way or maybe even liked them. I did it cause i was afraid of my feelings getting hurt in the long run, so rejecting them is like taking extra caution to not get in too deep. Its fucked up logic but its my logic0
Yeah, I have. I was in a bad spot for an sort of relationship at the time.0
I have done that before.
Because I am a coward.0
What Guys Said 5
I could never imagine rejecting someone I liked. That just seems odd. I am surprised to see so many female comments that have.3
After reading girls' answers I wonder in what world do we live in 😒0
Only all the time, i am an American girl after all1
I hated it0
I've rejected girls I've liked before. Why? Because I was shy and nervous hahaha. Either that or mad at them.0