Have you dated a girl/guy and decided to keep your options open to find out that the 1st girl/guy you passed on was the best fit for you?
Did you go back to them/ did they take you back? Have you been the one rejected then asked to be taken back (the opposite end of the situation)?
I kept my options opened once and found out the guy I passed on was the better choice, the other was a flake. To this day, me and the 1st guy still have a weird chemistry thing going (haha).
- Yes - he/she took me back in the end.14% (1)0% (0)10% (1)Vote
- Yes- he/she DIDN'T take me back in the end.0% (0)0% (0)0% (0)Vote
- No - It's never happened to me57% (4)67% (2)60% (6)Vote
- No - I was on the opposite end, but I took them back.14% (1)0% (0)10% (1)Vote
- No - I was on the opposite end and I DIDN'T take them back15% (1)33% (1)20% (2)Vote
I think you guy are being overly sensitive about the issue. If it wants to be admitted or not, plenty of people have kept their options open (knowingly or otherwise) to other options. I'm not talking about two people that have been dating for a longer period of time, but rather in the "getting to know you stage".
In my experience, the 1st guy was an acquaintance that had a slow progression and the 2nd was a friend with a faster progression.
Seeing as two people like me at the same time, I now have open options.
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the 1st guy is doing more than I EVER would.
if you reject me...you lost your chance at a good guy.
I'm NO GIRL'S silver metal recipient. I know I wouldn't even be friends with that girl (presuming we weren't close friends beforehand) after she rejected me.
Also, I wouldn't date a girl that said that she "wants to keep he options open".
Sounds like something a selfish and self-centered person would do.
Maybe I'm old fashioned...but I date ONE person at a time. Dating multiple people doesn't.seem right to me (but I'm not judging).