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Yes but unknowingly and without meaning I would say, because we were very young. She told me after we started dating. Basically, we grew up together, and I always loved her, but not always in a romantic sense. She was definitely more than a friend for me. She'd come to my home, and come up to my room, and as you would act with a friend, or someone you're confortable with, she'd jump on my bed next to me, or like tickle me, call me to go to places, but I'd tell her to stop, or refuse to go with her and bunch of other things. But we started actually dating several years back, and one evening she said to me and I quote "Why did you reject me before" and I was like what, I have no idea what you're talking about, and she told me that all that time she was flirting with me, and I just refused everything she threw at me, and I was like mindblown. I liked her, but I had no idea she liked me like that.
This isn't the usual "Do you want to go on a date? No." format you might be looking for, but I think it counts.10
Yes!!! It’s happing to me as of now at this moment in my life.
I’ve been friends with this guy for about four years, He has told me often throughout these years that he has a crush on me and wants to take me out. Always rejected him on the going out but we did hang out as friends a lot. However recently we’ve spent the past three weeks every day with each other and I realize I’m falling in love with him.
I’m falling in love with his heart and the type of person he is never really got to see it until I spent those 3 weeks with him20
Sort of, yeah. A guy wanted to date me, but I asked that we stay friends and take things slow, get to know each other. He agreed.
But overtime I started to fall for him. But he wanted to stay friends, saying dating me would mess up our friendship 😩
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Yea. We went to college together, she was just a friend. She showed interest in me wanting to go out, but I wasn't ready to date at the time. She left college then came back, I missed her and wanted to tell her but I hesitated, graduated year later never saw her again. Found out later she got married and ghosted me on Facebook13
First lover I lost my virginity to - yes and then fell in love. It was love at 2nd sight. I was 20 haha. But he dumped me in 3 months. He said he found someone better after 1 year of he ghosting me. How it feels? When you reject someone and later fall in love with - it could be that the person who rejected is selfish to later fall in love. Very unusual.0
Yes the guy been trying to get with me for almost a year, finally gave him a chance but I didn’t want to because I had a bad feeling bout him, 8 months into us talking every day I was falling in love, i lost my virginity to him, 2 months later after that I found out the real him, all he wanted was sex he was in multiple committed relationships, I blinded by love, we stopped talking I feel into depression lost weight, & went into another toxic relationship.10
can't say I have. I always dropped all contact and move on. I've had some try to hit me up later on down the line but I just ignore and dont respond. They had their chance. I would be constantly worried about her motives if I gave it a chance so it's a no go for me.11
In (high) school yes. But not afterwards. Dunno if i would call it fell in love considering the definition has been broadened a lot since then, but at least strongly liked or infatuated with.0
I have rejected someone but never ended up with them I rejected them because I was in a relationship at the time and I just didn't feel the same way he is now married while I am single0
If I had, I wouldn’t blame him for moving on, and that would hurt.0
Hmmm kinda. I was not a fan of my first husband but he wouldn't give up0
Never. I don't think I could fall in love with someone I have rejected 🤔10
Nope, when I say no it's because I meant it. A concept women should try.11
No, I'm a dude.
We generally make our choices and stick to them.
We don't play the silly games and change our minds a million times based on what our friends or other factors tell us.9
Not personally, but my friend's wife said no the first two times he asked her out.10
Impossible, you'd have to be bipolar or something of sort.0
Yes, but she grew sociophobic, and I don't see her getting out of there.10
This never happened to me0
The woman's realm. It's ALWAYS about the FEELZ.113
No. When I reject someone, it's final.10
luckily no xD that would suck.0
Yes... and I miss her.12
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Never in my case although I've been on the receiving end of that with my wife. She rejected me a couple of times and friend-zoned me before she finally agreed to date with me.
That said, I usually don't persist this way after a rejection (I don't want to risk being a nuisance to the woman), but with my wife, she was giving me mixed signals the whole time. She was flirting with me so heavily and even kissed me once while we were dancing, and that's the third time I asked her out in response to her kiss when she finally agreed.
In her case though, the reason she was reluctant to date me even though she was so flirty towards me is that she got it in her head that I was some sort of playboy type not interested in serious relationships.
I ended up finally changing her mind. Took a lot of persistence though and I had to jam an emergency stop button on an elevator on our first date and kiss her because the date was lukewarm up until that point. Apparently I won her over with that move according to her.
Glad it worked out for you in the end.