Fucking Dodged!. happened to me at work today Im actually a really nice guy, i dont think being relieved that i didnt give my number to a random fat girl makes
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Fucking Dodged!

Fucking Dodged!. happened to me at work today Im actually a really nice guy, i dont think being relieved that i didnt give my number to a random fat girl makes

happened to me at work today
Im actually a really nice guy, i dont think being relieved that i didnt give my number to a random fat girl makes me a dick...Btw thanks for the front page guys!

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Submitted: 12/16/2011
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#2 - joshisawesome (12/16/2011) [-]
Magical bullet that keeps its casing during flight....... Seems legit.
#3 to #2 - Eraith (12/16/2011) [-]
of course! it provides 65% more bullet!
User avatar #4 to #3 - orannis (12/16/2011) [-]
perfect comeback...
#5 - dreamcast (12/16/2011) [-]
umm well i dont think you can tell how a girl acts when you have never met her before so im not sure what this chick was bitching about.
User avatar #13 to #5 - thebritishguy (12/16/2011) [-]
I dont think anyone knows what chicks actually bitch about
User avatar #39 to #13 - lolollo (12/16/2011) [-]
I don't think we're supposed to know either...
User avatar #59 to #39 - swiiftninja (12/17/2011) [-]
Or want to
#27 - gioc (12/16/2011) [-]
At first I thought a really BIG hot woman came out of the dressing room.
#69 to #27 - Chichiquilota (12/17/2011) [-]
same here
same here
User avatar #21 - lolmasterx (12/16/2011) [-]
She shot the bullet casing too? That takes some talent.
#34 to #21 - lolollo (12/16/2011) [-]
Given the right technology, that's actually not all that impossible.
#36 to #34 - lolmasterx (12/16/2011) [-]
Science!
#24 - superconrad (12/16/2011) [-]
you cant really expect to be with somebody without having some sort of physical attraction to the person it just doesnt work like that
#1 - thatonesouthernkid (12/16/2011) [-]
<and to think you almost ended up like this guy
<and to think you almost ended up like this guy
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#31 - XXdrayxX (12/16/2011) [-]
How it works for me...
1. Attracted by looks (because i don't care how nice she is if I'm not attracted to her.
2. Stay for their personality ( Because the stereotype about all he beautiful women being mean and nasty is actually just BS.)
#33 to #31 - lolollo (12/16/2011) [-]
That's how it works for most people, even females.  Men are just more willing to be honest about it.    
  
Just think about it for a minute though, how do most people make the transition from strangers to going out?  It's some kind of taboo to date someone who've known forever, which is why the friendzone is such a threat.  No, most of it comes from asking that total stranger out to some misc activity, like the movies or a drink.  OK, you have a room full of females, if you were just to ask someone out based on how much you know their personality, which is zero, how do you pick which one to ask out?  Even if it were between 2 females, your mind would implode because you're making a decision based on a whim, zero decision factors are present to make one better than the other.    
  
Nay, physical attraction NEEDS to be that initial spark.  That physical attraction NEEDS to be there to be the justifying factor of which woman you choose to approach.  Besides, how much sense would it be to approach someone, and when they ask you why you approached them, all you have to say is &quot;I don't know&quot;.  You might as well be making judgments on the fact that they have a vagina.  You knew nothing about their personality, but can't judge people based on looks.  What do you say in response to that?    
  
PS, When women reject men, they're doing it off of the same principle.  Sure, guys will come up and say a cheesy ass pick up line, but what of the ones who just buy you a drink, and you scoff at it when you see him smiling at you from the other table.  Is the fact that he bought you a drink supposed to indicate some hidden character flaw?  In what way?  No, all you have is his looks, and none of his personality, yet you reject him.  If you're not looking for that sort of thing, why not just accept the drink, say thank you, and not react like a prissy bitch?
That's how it works for most people, even females. Men are just more willing to be honest about it.

Just think about it for a minute though, how do most people make the transition from strangers to going out? It's some kind of taboo to date someone who've known forever, which is why the friendzone is such a threat. No, most of it comes from asking that total stranger out to some misc activity, like the movies or a drink. OK, you have a room full of females, if you were just to ask someone out based on how much you know their personality, which is zero, how do you pick which one to ask out? Even if it were between 2 females, your mind would implode because you're making a decision based on a whim, zero decision factors are present to make one better than the other.

Nay, physical attraction NEEDS to be that initial spark. That physical attraction NEEDS to be there to be the justifying factor of which woman you choose to approach. Besides, how much sense would it be to approach someone, and when they ask you why you approached them, all you have to say is "I don't know". You might as well be making judgments on the fact that they have a vagina. You knew nothing about their personality, but can't judge people based on looks. What do you say in response to that?

PS, When women reject men, they're doing it off of the same principle. Sure, guys will come up and say a cheesy ass pick up line, but what of the ones who just buy you a drink, and you scoff at it when you see him smiling at you from the other table. Is the fact that he bought you a drink supposed to indicate some hidden character flaw? In what way? No, all you have is his looks, and none of his personality, yet you reject him. If you're not looking for that sort of thing, why not just accept the drink, say thank you, and not react like a prissy bitch?
#47 to #33 - lucianakira (12/16/2011) [-]
WHY CAN I ONLY CLICK THIS thumb BUTTON ONCE!? IT REQUIRES MORE CLICKING.
WHY CAN I ONLY CLICK THIS thumb BUTTON ONCE!? IT REQUIRES MORE CLICKING.
#37 to #33 - XXdrayxX (12/16/2011) [-]
Brilliantly Said Sir!
Brilliantly Said Sir!
User avatar #54 to #33 - thatsimple (12/17/2011) [-]
actually, when women are honest you call it "friendzoned"
because we stay nice
#79 to #54 - lolollo (12/17/2011) [-]
I do understand the difference between a platonic and a romantic relationship, yet I still wonder why, given that it takes 12-18 months to know someone fully, the decision of where someone goes is decided in a little less than the time it takes to notice that you're interested in someone? I have plenty of female friends who I have no intentions of "getting with" romantically for a variety of reasons, reasons I would give out if they were to ask. One already has a boyfriend, another is a bit...outspoken for my tastes, and another is a smidgen "knowledgeable" in matters she has no way of knowing. Why is it, though, that the popular answer to why a man is rejected...is "I just don't see you in that light"? It can't be honesty.

And what niceness is there in having somebody around who you know is romantically interested, but will not tell them why, or even sometimes that they are in the friendzone? I may be old fashioned, but I'd rather a girl tell me outright that she does not want to get involved romantically, and then perhaps respect my wish to mull it over before accepting the invitation to the friendzone. Instead I get excuses and hopes for that which will not happen, which I find insulting, as if I am unable to read the situation for myself. Niceness indeed.
User avatar #81 to #79 - thatsimple (12/17/2011) [-]
Okay so you were talking about judging someone on first look. Judging by this situation the person in question probably doesnt love you, he's just interested. Wich doesnt make it a cruel thing by being their friend and actually letting them get to know you without a relationship.

This aso answer your first argument that asks why we take this decision so early, ill invert it, how much time does it take you to realise that youre not physically attracted?

This said, you have a very shallow opinion considering you take so much time to write it down. (More men are honest about it then women)
#83 to #81 - lolollo (12/17/2011) [-]
&quot;get to know you without a relationship&quot;  
  
I'm actually rather curious as to what draws the line between a relationship and a &quot;relationship.&quot;  I've known couples who were &quot;boyfriend x girlfriend&quot; who don't have sex, or even do anything sexual.  Why is such a line drawn between &quot;You're my boyfriend&quot; and &quot;You're just a friend&quot;.  I have the feeling that the assumption is being made here that &quot;relationship&quot; is distinguished by sex, which is rather manish thinking if I may be so bold.    
  
And I love the word &quot;shallow&quot;.  Much like the word &quot;selfish&quot;, the context in which it is being used is often accompanied by, or perhaps caused in part by, the party using the term to embody the term as well.  Think about it, why do you call someone selfish?  Because they didn't share something with you?  Because they didn't provide a service?  How curious that we only use that term when we want something as the other person did.  As for shallow, I'm shallow for having a complex thought process behind the idea of physical attraction?  How shallow are you to make such a distinction when your comments are nothing more than a couple of sentences?    
  
Besides, I'm not entirely convinced you're using the word &quot;shallow&quot; correctly in the first place.   http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/shallow   
  
In what way are drawn out comments &quot;lacking depth&quot;?
"get to know you without a relationship"

I'm actually rather curious as to what draws the line between a relationship and a "relationship." I've known couples who were "boyfriend x girlfriend" who don't have sex, or even do anything sexual. Why is such a line drawn between "You're my boyfriend" and "You're just a friend". I have the feeling that the assumption is being made here that "relationship" is distinguished by sex, which is rather manish thinking if I may be so bold.

And I love the word "shallow". Much like the word "selfish", the context in which it is being used is often accompanied by, or perhaps caused in part by, the party using the term to embody the term as well. Think about it, why do you call someone selfish? Because they didn't share something with you? Because they didn't provide a service? How curious that we only use that term when we want something as the other person did. As for shallow, I'm shallow for having a complex thought process behind the idea of physical attraction? How shallow are you to make such a distinction when your comments are nothing more than a couple of sentences?

Besides, I'm not entirely convinced you're using the word "shallow" correctly in the first place. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/shallow

In what way are drawn out comments "lacking depth"?
User avatar #84 to #83 - thatsimple (12/17/2011) [-]
Did you just imply that im stupid by referring to a dictionary? You sir, are an arrogant bastard thats not willing to admit he's wrong or someone else might have a point too. Go ahead and write another book-form answer. Ill stand by my opinion
User avatar #86 to #84 - lolollo (12/17/2011) [-]
You missed comment number 79, the one with Leonardo from Inception as the comment pic, to thumb down. Just thought you'd want to know.
User avatar #85 to #84 - lolollo (12/17/2011) [-]
You don't know what you're doing here, do you? Just leave, I think we've done enough back and forth to display who's playing what roll in this discussion. Goodbye.
User avatar #16 - ForReal (12/16/2011) [-]
You're too lazy to type out "number"?
#30 - phineask (12/16/2011) [-]
Alright, a random girl asks for your phone number for her friend at your job.

Do you hand it out?
My answer, regardless of the attractiveness of the girl or the friend, is no. I just don't hand out my number to random people.

Now, that was in OP's defense. I will give that him seeming relieved because the girl was fat makes him seem like a dick, BUT he knew nothing about the girl's personality either. She was a stranger, he could ONLY judge her on her appearance.

TL;DR: Just because OP was relieved he didn't give out his number doesn't make him a dick. He might still be one, but if he is, it's not just because of this.
User avatar #42 - skwirl (12/16/2011) [-]
Bitches about you not caring about her personality
Doesn't let you meet her


Becaus **** logic.
#53 - klondikemonster (12/17/2011) [-]
I had to dodge both an ugly girl and a fat girl in the same year... I haven't had a girlfriend in my entire life and I actually considered the fat girl, she seemed nice at first (until she began bitching at my best friends, which I don't take 			*******		 lightly) but I ended up dropping the whole thing.  
  
I'm sure there's somebody in college that I will find, but until then, I'm all alone.
I had to dodge both an ugly girl and a fat girl in the same year... I haven't had a girlfriend in my entire life and I actually considered the fat girl, she seemed nice at first (until she began bitching at my best friends, which I don't take ******* lightly) but I ended up dropping the whole thing.

I'm sure there's somebody in college that I will find, but until then, I'm all alone.
User avatar #72 to #53 - sparklebunnie (12/17/2011) [-]
Don't worry buddy. You'll find someone. I can say that its just as lonely on this side of gender too.
#12 - specialops (12/16/2011) [-]
**specialops rolled a random image posted in comment #2 at fuck it ** what happened
User avatar #19 - theuniqueness (12/16/2011) [-]
Typing the # on the line, must you do that?
#11 - pikachubacca (12/16/2011) [-]
**pikachubacca rolled a random image posted in comment #8 at We can all be friends ** what could have happened
#70 - pettlesoliver (12/17/2011) [-]
hey other girls
#7 - enlil (12/16/2011) [-]
User avatar #68 - metalshadow (12/17/2011) [-]
Well...how is he supposed to make a judgement on personality? She's a stranger. All he has to go on is her looks. I don't know about anyone else, but I wouldn't give my phone number out to anyone I don't really know, neither will I date a stranger. I want someone that I have found I like by (at first) looks, and then her personality. So I must get to know her and confirm I like her first. But for some reason, that's some kind of social taboo. Why? I'm not sure, but it seems that society is really shallow and not realistic about such things.
#55 - Aftershock (12/17/2011) [-]
This kind of thing is two way. Friend-zoning someone doesn't make you a bitch. If a girl friend-zones you, maybe she's just out of your league, or isn't physically attracted to you (and let's face it, as great as your personality is, there has to be some physical attraction). It sucks, but it isn't going to change. If you want someone currently out of your league, you've got to improve yourself. Or just lower your standards.

I'm sorry, but getting your friend to ask someone out for you while you hide is just cowardly... she can't complain about not getting your number.
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