Some people take being ignored even worse then being cursed out. The thing is ignoring someone has no actual closure so a guy could be waiting for an answer and not accept it even weeks later. Plus if they felt close to you, then suddenly you're not there, it's almost like breaking up in a way for the other person. Granted you're not actually going out but think of it as a "high" so to say. You're having fun with someone then they just disappear. Would you not be sad?
Granted some people get their hopes up way too easily, people like me take things one step at a time.
Well no one really likes to be ignored. I think it's especially brutal out of the blue because the natural instinct would be to wonder why they stopped contacting you whether it's something you did or said or maybe they've broken their phone or got hit by a car or something. It leaves the mind searching for answers and drives people crazy.
same thing is when a chick is suddenly being ignored by a guy
chicks are usually much worse reacting to being ignored
also when meeting - on two recent occasions that a girl asked for my number (this happens when you have a great conversation and then say "well it was very nice talking to you") they'd see no shame in dialing or texting the number I gave them on the spot, to make sure my phone rings (which it would - if I don't want to give someone my number, I politely say so). I would consider it extremely rude to check right away if the girl's phone rings with the number she just gave me. If it doesn't, it'd be her loss anyway, so why put ourselves in a potentially uncomfortable situation?
Everyone wants to know what they did wrong if anything. Plus I've always been kind of the awkward shy person in the conversation group so sometimes people ignore me when I try to talk and add to the convo. When that happens, I begin to wonder why I'm even apart of the group. Now I don't expect everyone to respond to me but it seems to happen a lot to the shy people and it makes you feel terrible.
kinda bugs me but I just keep being myself. try to talk to her a few times after, as a man I feel its kinda my job to try to crack through womens shells, and if the pattern kept up id back off completely. move on to somebody else, simple as that
wow, this is a question I was going to post about some girl I know that works in the same plaza as me. I used to go get Spanish coffee every morning at her restaurant, she was really nice to me, we used to talk a lot, then we exchanged numbers would text, but then some days she was just cold. I went through a time of 2 weeks when she would act like she never knew me at all when I went there. I figured she must be on her period on something. Then she would be friendly again, now the last few days she's cold again.
Because it shows that the person ignoring you has no guts to speak their mind - they would rather weasel out without giving an explanation, than to communicate their true feelings. They also are showing a complete lack of respect: It's about the lowest thing a person can do... goes all the way back to ancient Japanese culture - even when facing an opponent, you would still bow to them to show acknowledgement. Apparently these days, even something as simple as that is asking too much...