I noticed that women cancel dates at the last minute or don't bother to show up (and justify it with family emergencies or late work). Sometimes, they tell the truth. But, sometimes, they just avoid me. Why is that? If they don't want to go on the date, why not say no directly? Why create a false scenario?
Most Helpful Girl
Asker: Have these women asked to rearrange after blowing you out?
Hasn't eveyone created a false scenario to cover up the truth to some degree (a little white lie)?
"Sorry mum, I can't come over because I've just had my hair done. You know what this weather's like"
It's not right that someone has flaked out on you at the last minute. You certainly deserve the truth but in reality that rarely happens to most of us. Maybe there is some truth in what they're saying because you never do know.
I've on occasion blown someone off because I've had a bad day at work etc. I generally do say that though because it is a genuine answer! Sometimes though it doesn't quite cut it so I might say it's my time of the month and I'm having some discomfort! Let's rearrange?0
Most Helpful Guy
Some guys are freaks, and don't take No well at all.
Some guys don't show how crazy they are until they've accepted the date.
If the girl says yes on Wednesday to a date on Saturday, the guy has two days to fuck it up by doing something crazy, like sending her 200 roses, a mariachi band, getting her face tattoo'd on his chest, that sort of thing.
Now, I've chosen extreme examples to make the point. But you need to ask yourself - what are you doing (or not doing) before the date which might cause them to reconsider.2