Is it rude to reject someone by saying "Sorry your not my type"?

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  • No, it's not
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Most Helpful Girl

  • Nope its not rude at all. Your being blunt and straightforward.
    If you tried to say it in a nicer way, i think she would try to... uhm... what should i say. Ask you out again? I gues.
    So its better to be blunt then be nice and make a sorry ass

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Most Helpful Guy

  • Probably not but it doesn't always go down to well. A lot of the time people say that when they really mean your too ugly and some people can sense that.

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What Girls Said 10

  • Yes it is rude

    I am surprised at the poll result.
    ANywho, if someone is not your type, you state who you are, and add that you two are very different and that you want someone (fill in what kinda person you want) etc.

    Rejecting someone doesn't have to be so rude.

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  • Fuck g@g thankyou so much for pushing the page down, i clicked B ya dumb ape.

    B is the option i picked. Stupid page decided to load something at the top zLast like a fuckhead.

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  • No, I do not think it is. You have made a decision and, presumably, are just being honest.

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  • No, I don't think it's rude at all. I think that some will say it is but these people are typically just annoyed that they got rejected, which is their problem. Not yours.

    When I get rejected, I just move along and leave the person alone.

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  • kinda rude, if you don't like him just tell me thank you, i not looking for someone right now. its better than saying that your not my type

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  • it wouldn't be rude, but just saying your not interested should work. if they persist then say that.

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  • If a guy is super hot but not my type I will reject him

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  • not rude

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  • Totally acceptable.

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  • No. It's your life

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What Guys Said 8

  • It's dependent on the context of the given scenario. If a girl compliments me and I roll my eyes saying... "sry you're not my type" then yeah, that's pretty fucking rude lmao.

    I'm not one for being delicate with people but I still subconsciously abide to social norms like most of everyone else. I'f I'm not interested in someone then I'll be honest about it but in a respectful way. Say something like "I'm flattered that you're interested in me but I don't share the same feelings"

    The only time I'd tell someone that they are not my type is if they directly asked or if they brought me to a point where they wouldn't back off. Sometimes desperate women will take the...

    "I'm flattered that you're interested in me but I don't share the same feelings"

    ... as an opportunity to try harder. They sort of think to themselves "Oh he likes me, he just doesn't know it yet."

    With people like that, there is no more room for respecting their feelings or ego anymore, for they are disrespecting you at that point. I'll make it clear cut for them to leave me the fuck alone.

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  • It's not because you're just saying that while the person in question may not be a bad choice you two are just incompatible it doesn't mean anything bad about them

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  • Nope absolutely not. Saying "Your ugly kid" might be rude but no this is polite

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  • Nope, if you're not compatible, then you're not compatible.

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  • Well it's better than " fuck off creep ! "

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    • Do you hear that a lot?

    • @SuccessfulHornDog No , never , as I do not date , as a FT working single dad , I do not have the time , money & most importantly , the inclination. However , many years back when I worked as a doorman , a lot of the groups of young women made it a " sport " to reject any approaching men as nastily as possible !!

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  • No, that's actually what I would say. I think it is polite. People do really have certain types that they date and many more types that they don't date. If they aren't attracted to a particular look or something, it's better to say so instead of leading them on.

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  • I think it is an extremely valid thing to say. It doesn't mean that there is anything wrong with them. I means you aren't a good fit

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  • No, it's not

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