In a situation where the girl/guy that got rejected upgraded themselves.
Most Helpful Guy
I don't think it's common either way. After a rejection, some people try to improve themselves, which is great. But after being rejected I doubt that most people would give the person who rejected them a second chance. When you reject someone, that's it. You shouldn't expect to have another shot in the future with the person you rejected.
Either way, I've seen both guys and girls improve after being rejected, and it is a very good thing. But they should stick to their pride and never forget who rejected them, not giving them any further chance.2
Most Helpful Girl
Definitely the girl.0