Out of all the guys who have asked me out, these stuck out the most. They are different guys but I think several of them can overlap with reason number two.
I am so glad to have the boyfriend I have now. I met him in an English class we were taking together. He asked me if I wanted to grab lunch and the rest is history. I was wearing zero makeup and my hair was tied back but he still wanted to grab lunch. He insisted on paying and he is very kind. Plus he has a beard. I feel he is easy to talk to and he is constantly making me laugh.
1. It was obvious he only cared for my body instead of my personality or mind.
This happened in middle school. I remember he had some friends ask me out for him. When I said no because I suspected he only liked me for body and nothing else. One of his friends said verbatim, "Why? He said you have nice boobies." In that case, I was right and that warrants a double rejection.
2. He was an arrogant prick.
I liked his face, but when he opened his mouth, my brain would get angry.
3. He shamed me for reading.
Reading is one of my favorite things to do. If he hates that I read, we won't work.
4. I found out his closest friend also liked me.
I didn't want to make him choose, so I cut ties myself. Especially since I wouldn't want to choose between a close friend and a guy. But if I had to, the friend will always win because friends are forever.
5. He said he didn't like smart girls.
I could see see he wasn't doing well in a history class we were both taking. I offered to tutor him, he got upset that I am better at something than he was. He ended up dropping the class.
6. Wanted me to watch Game of Thrones at his house when we just met.
I knew him for maybe a few months. He got a hold of me through Facebook and said he wanted to watch the latest episode together. He knew I wasn't caught up which is an asshole move by itself. Plus did he really think we were just going to watch Game of thrones. I will pass because I am so not into that and I blocked him on Facebook.
Edit: There are apparently people who live under a goddamn rock and have never heard of the phrase, "Netflix and Chill" do you honestly think that his plans were to just watch game of thrones? Especially when I wasn't even caught up?
7. He was rude to the waiter.
The poor waiter didn't deserve how he treated him. As someone who is a server, it is the most awkward thing when two people are on a date and it's not going well. They usually try to talk to me as much as they can.
8. He had a girlfriend but would hit on me.
This counts for a double rejection.