No, not really
I don't get it either LOL.
Why do so many other girls though think it's a bad thing to say something like that?
I don't know
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I had a girlfriend who tried to freindzone me after a year and a half. I said-"No". It bugged the hell out of her and she still tries occasionally to get in touch and talk but "No means NO!"
@dmgstarfleet MAZEL TOV ! BRAVO WELL DONE !!!
I've done that. Some girls just don't care 😂😂😂 like -Hey I wouldn't be your friend -Ok, I don't care. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 But yea, others are as you say. Lol, but I had to tell it.
@AmazingGuy008 It's all about setting boundaries and your self respect.
I did accept it. But if she can't see something good in front of her, then oh well, onto the next one.
Also it's worth noting how most of the responses from women here are saying something to the effect of "It's not the worst thing, but it's an unnecessary comment". Chances are they don't get how frustrating it is to be turned down 2/10 times you ask a girl out. They're probably used to guys taking rejections badly, but I think they're unable to truly empathize with us on this. If the worst thing you do in reaction to being rejected is say "it's your loss" you've handled it like a champ. Pat yourself on the back and get on with it. If you got badly injured no one would tell you to stop whining and walk it off. Getting rejected hurts. A lot. Anyone who tells you you're out of line if you aren't polite under those conditions can fuck off as far as I'm concerned.
How is it narcissistic? I accepted it & moved on. I didn't let it bother me, but if she can't see my worth, then oh well, her loss. Next
It’s narcissistic because you can’t accept the fact that she’s not into you like that, and you want to twist it and make it seem like she’s still losing something important. When in reality you probably never would have worked out (due to her disinterest) and therefore nobody is ”losing” anything. It’s not about ”not seeing your worth”, she might think you’re a good guy, but she’s just not attracted to you like that. Nobody can force having feelings for someone, and pushing this narrative that she just made the wrong choice because you’re THAT awesome... wellp, just comes off as narcissistic. You don’t know what she’s thinking or feeling, so acting like you know better than her is very selfish and narrow-minded.
I did accept it & moved on. I don't it's narcissistic. If she can't see something good in front of her, it's all good. Eventually i know i'll find a girl who is
Again, like I said, this ISN'T about her "not seeing something good in front of her". She might have very well acknowledged your good qualities but decided against accepting your offer because she didn't find you attractive (physically or personality-wise). You insisting that it's her loss and that you're "all that" does point to narcissistic tendencies. It's like you can't even fathom that someone just doesn't want you like that. No matter how "good" you think you are, some people just won't be interested in you. And that's the cold truth. Saying "your loss" hints at the fact that you're too delusional to believe that cold truth. If you truly accepted it and moved on, it wouldn't have even crossed your mind to let out that "your loss" jab, nor would you have come on here looking for validation.
I did accept it though. Why is it such a big deal to say that? And i don't dwell on the fact she wasn't interested. I said what i said & moved on
Yet you’re here debating about it with strangers 🙄
Debating can be fun
Didn't say i was obilgated. Here we go with the entitlement talk. What's so bad about saying that?
She was obligated*
I think it shows that you're pissed about her rejection. And we can't just assume she's losing something since she may have something better.
I wasn't pissed though. I said it in a calm manner. I don't hate or get angry a girl for rejecting me. I moved on with pride
Hang on with that comment. Women don't deal with rejections too much.
I’ve dealt with rejection and I’m glad they happened because I found my other half.
I'd call it pride. I took the L, but just said that as well.
Your pride in unjustified. But that’s just my opinion
It's cool. I'm not serving time for it
Didn't say it to come off like an asshole from a bruised ego though.
I didn't say it though because i was hurt. And some girls are calling me nacissistic
No I know you didn’t say it because you were hurt I think you said it because it was a self explanatory comment and you generally meant it, but some people would think you’re saying it because you felt offended or whatever. People are retards if they think you’re narcissistic for a comment like that.
I wasn't mad though.
If you say it’s your loss instead of being respectful of her decision than yea pretty sure you’re mad asf
Not really. And just because i say it's her loss, doesn't mean i don't respect her decision
Where's this fedora you speak of?
Well the lack of fedora was supposed to be the visual proof that you're wrong.Yes, I'm overweight. I admit that entirely, but you'd be surprised how non-white-knight-ish I am.
Also I didn't mean to say she DID make the right decision by rejecting him.All I meant was she at least has it in her head that she made the right decision.For all I know maybe the asker is a great guy, but saying "Your loss," makes you look bad.
Or maybe it is a funny way of regaining your shattered pride after a rejection. Seriously, tell me you have never said something like this: "So are you coming?""No, sorry.""Well, your loss."
No it doesn't. It shows that he's not a beta Momma's boy faggot orbiter. Bravo to him !
So what? He's establish boundaries.
@Marinepilot You asked me for my opinion and I gave it.
And I gave mine.
Why does it come off that way to you?
Sounds a little arrogant and kind of childish really.
Oh well... I said it & moved on