There is no such thing as rejection. Only people hinting me on the things i shall improve. or simply people that are genuinely busy or go through a bad day. You don't have to internalise these supposed "rejections". When you reject yourself and narrow your potential for progress how will others accept you and see your shine? Furthermore before i met my wife i tried to be really discreet with approaching. I wouldn't approach a person out of the blue with zero consideration of her own situation, mood, how busy she is etc. I did it only in the right environment, in the right time, with the right mood.
No not yet some girls have told me though they have a boyfriend when I asked them to go out for lunch or whatever it was I asked them for there number yeah thats it I did not know them It was a spur of the moment kind of deal. Most women are up for hanging out with me I dont ask them out a lot as I am shy
Having kept a tally since I started asking (and counting 'the cold shoulder' as a form of rejection), it currently stands at roughly 10,250 romantic rejections online, and an extra 912 romantic rejections in real life, face to face (predominantly at singles events and speed-dating events). Still, the romantic acceptance of the select few means more to me than all of those rejections combined.
I only approach in real life and I have been rejected well... more times than I have not been rejected. Many more... Many MANY more. I don't care though. I am fine. It is their loss, I guess. *sobs quietly*
Never in real life.. and as far as online.. well I do not even bother there.. you never know even who you are talking to.. I did about four years ago try it for the first time.. got what they call a catfish.. a guy with a female account.. gay as a four dollar bill.. I was chocked big time.. that ended it for me ever going to those sites
Online never be a use I've never tried it. I have met a girl on gag who we moved in together for a while and had a multi year relationship so there's all my online dating. In real life I've been rejected twice. Once in first grade once as a sophomore in college.
Real life: one time and on line also one time (that was painful, we had been into very serious chats for weeks and were ready to meet :o ). She was a lovely girl but after those weeks of joy I became second choice :-(
i m Asian so girls stereo type me secretly about my junk and what others thinks of Asians... once we get past this, its all gravy. most need too much work to let them know i m cool, and western raseid so i just walk away if its not easy
on the net i get no attention. i stoped any sorta online dating.
Lmaoooo a good amount; but usually it's because the guys have a problem. They out right told me, "you'd make a great wife/girlfriend. But I can't I have issues." I'm gonna wait after a few years and see all these motherfuckers come running back to me when they wanna seek a potential wife. I'll probably be married by then; losers.
Hmm... I was never really totally upfront with a lot of my crushes and tried to keep it discreet (I was a dumb high school kid) but I'm pretty sure a couple of them found out I liked them and never pursued me. I don't know if that counts, but it's the closest I've been. I've only approached a guy once and I already knew he liked me, so I wasn't rejected there.
Lol I am late to the party. Anyways, I've been rejected (I would call it friend zoned though because we really are friends) like 5 times (so basically by every guy I ever liked) As for online, I am not involved with dating sites or stuff, so none.