Yep. I hate it too. The worst part of it is how they try to sugar-coat it, like "... but I am a very special person with superpowers and the enemy is after me I have to save the world and I don't have enough time to give you what you DESERVE, I must save the world! But it's not you, it's me... I will come to save you once I save the world!". Brooo, just say you're not into me, lol.
Ahahah you know when a "But" comes to you actually that means " I'm just talking to you dumbass because I don't wanna break your heart and head, now listen to me carefully I won't say that again I don't like you"
Actually, for rejection, usually guys (I say guys because I date them, but girls must do this too) just fall off the face of the earth. One day you hear from him, and then weeks go by and I guess we're not dating anymore lol.
Really? My experience as a women is that if you just say no thanks most guys get angry. They want to know exactly why your not interested in them. It's not that there is anything wrong with the guy, it's just he isn't what I'm looking for.
any person who says that or any variant of that speech is trying to spear your feelings cause they care. i rather someone say that than the normal route which is they just go ghost and your just like WTF.
when i get this speech i just move on and act like its their loss in the end. remember its up to you to continue the friendship. not them.
That was almost the only thing that I heard from women when I was younger than 30. More times than I care to remember I was told that I was too nice, or too intelligent, or too educated, or from a different strata of society. Apparently it pays to be a retarded, uneducated resident of welfare housing.
I have heard it--after having an outing and then sex with her. I have never wanted a one-night stand, but all too often that is what it turned into, and it always ended with that kind of rejection speech.
Nope. I've given it before in varying degrees , it sucks ass.