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User avatar #110 - thirdjess (09/18/2013) [-]
Once I got asked out by a guy with a silver necklace and a bunch of roses. I said no, because I was not attracted to him. Someone else asked me out by texting me 'So I guess we could go out or something, whatever.' and I said yes.

Lesson of the day is; quality of proposition is not related to the chance of success. Though I do still feel really guilty about the necklace kid. Still have it and never wore it once.
User avatar #112 to #110 - thirdjess (09/18/2013) [-]
Oh also a bunch of you might assume the second guy is an asshole based on what I have said, that would be an incorrect assumption. He is one of the most courteous people I've ever met.
User avatar #119 to #112 - Dwarf (09/18/2013) [-]
No, but I can tell you're an asshole.
User avatar #120 to #119 - thirdjess (09/18/2013) [-]
I prefer the term bitch. Why do you say that, though?
User avatar #123 to #120 - Dwarf (09/18/2013) [-]
Firstly, you accepted the necklace and said no.
Secondly, you've never even worn it.
Thirdly, the second guy didn't even put thought into it. He was too nervous to approach you directly or type normally.
Fourthly, you're a straight up asshole.
User avatar #124 to #123 - thirdjess (09/18/2013) [-]
Firstly, I tried to give it back and he refused.
Secondly, I've never worn it because it's a silver heart with love in the middle, and from the guilt of still actually having the thing in my possession.
Thirdly, he wasn't nervous he's just quite distant like that (not sure what that has to do with me being a bitch, though).
Finally, myth busted.
User avatar #125 to #124 - Dwarf (09/18/2013) [-]
Firstly, you didn't bust anything. I can understand you not being able to return it, but he let you keep it for you to wear it.
Secondly, you caused him to truly waste his money.
Thirdly, that has nothing to do with distance. That's how people talk when they're nervous. "Let's go out or something, whatever." At least the first guy had the balls to approach you. You could have at least given him a pity date.
Fourthly, you're proving your bitchiness furthermore.
User avatar #128 to #125 - thirdjess (09/18/2013) [-]
I'm proving my bitchiness by being nice about a stranger calling me a bitch?

Dwarf, myself and the two other men are people you don't know. Just a wild guess but I have a feeling I would know my ex boyfriend and his habits better than a stranger on the internet would, you know? Honestly in my opinion pity dates are just cruel. It gets their hopes up.
#129 to #128 - Dwarf (09/18/2013) [-]
**Dwarf rolled a random image posted in comment #5950193 at Admin's personal trolling board. ** He already had his hopes up when he asked you.
User avatar #130 to #129 - thirdjess (09/18/2013) [-]
And encouraging him makes it better? That's horrible. There's nothing worse than being on the receiving end of someones pity. I envy you, that you've never had to experience it.
User avatar #131 to #130 - Dwarf (09/18/2013) [-]
It's not even encouraging it really. It just makes his attempts not go to waste. He had to work up the courage to do that, and it all went to waste because you didn't deem him worthy enough for ONE date.
User avatar #140 to #131 - thedumbledore (09/18/2013) [-]
Are you serious? Look, people don't work like that. We can't force ourselves to like people just because 'they tried'.
One, it would just lead the first guy on into thinking she liked him back. Two, what is the point? She is not obligated to date him because he bought her things. As she stated, she attempted to return the item and he refused.

Sometimes people turn you down. Big deal.

By the by, I simply think your being ridiculous. It has nothing to do with 'E-pussy'.
User avatar #136 to #131 - thirdjess (09/18/2013) [-]
Correct, I did not deem him worthy enough for one date. Reasons why: He was emotionally unstable. Sort yourself out before attempting to latch onto another individual. He is four years younger than me, and considering I was 18 at the time, that is saying something. Based on what I knew of him, we only had one thing in common and that was that we are both very quietly spoken. I didn't find him attractive and honestly, people say you shouldn't pick a partner based on their face but if your girlfriend didn't get all hot n bothered at the sight of your naked body, would that not make you incredibly insecure?

I don't date people just because they bought me flowers, is basically what I'm saying. In fact I actively discourage people from buying me things in general.
User avatar #137 to #136 - Dwarf (09/18/2013) [-]
Well, sorry, but you didn't state those reasons. Off subject, I like how thedumbledore is trying to get that e-pussy by thumbing down everything I say.
User avatar #169 to #137 - neutralgray (09/18/2013) [-]
You're kind of a judgmental dumbass, huh?
User avatar #144 to #137 - thirdjess (09/18/2013) [-]
It's really none of your business, and it strayed from the point. Asking women out, buying them things only makes us uncomfortable. We don't want someone who would get quickly attached to us, and silver necklaces and roses imply that he would have. Save that **** for the sixth month anniversary at least, you know?

As for thedumbledore guy, I had only just noticed people thumbing this conversation.
User avatar #181 to #144 - Dwarf (09/18/2013) [-]
Well, the way you referred to them was as normal guys, except the other one can't even text without looking nervous. I didn't know the details. I'm sorry, moving on.
User avatar #187 to #181 - thirdjess (09/19/2013) [-]
That's the thing though, when it comes to dating there is no 'normal guys', and hoping you'll find one is futile. Neutralgray is right, though. You tend to be quite aggressively judgmental, don't you?
User avatar #188 to #187 - Dwarf (09/19/2013) [-]
Not at all.
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