I'm making this for humor and educational purposes. I'm not bitter or mad at all. It's dating - sh*t happens.
She says: "Let's just be friends"
She means: "Let's move on, gradually stop talking to each other and meet other people"
She says: "I'm not interested in dating"
She means: "I'm interested in dating. Just not in dating you"
She says: "You are a nice guy"
She means: "You're a nice guy but..."
She says: "Oh, I'm busy"
She means: "I have some time, but I'm not into you, so you're not a priority to me"
1. This can apply to both genders, just like any question on these forums. I'm focusing on it on the male perspective.
2. When it comes to sex, no means no. Don't ever think I'm implying that just because actions speak louder than words, that I'm suggesting there are ways to circumvent around if a woman says no. No means no
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what men say vs. what they mean:
he says: "want to hang out?"
he means "want to have sex?"
he says "let's be friends"
he means: "I'm going to start off being your friend, but I'm going to become increasingly inappropriate and then I will blame you for leading me on when you don't end up having sex with me"
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