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Why do men think we are in love with them after 1 date?

August 3, 2021

Since FDS I’m so picky about who I date. I don’t emotionally attach like I used to because I’m so focused on myself and my happiness, I date from time to time and keep my options open. I went on a date with this guy, and we ended up going to a local concert after. It was a great night and it went on for a while.

He kissed me and then I went home. Two days later he sends me paragraphs about how he’s so overwhelmed and hopes that I’m okay with him taking a breather before he asks me on a second date but that he has a great night. He also said he’s not “ready” cause he’s still dealing with a breakup from over a year ago.

He seemed way more into me than I did him, saying he wants to see me soon and all that. I didn’t even want him to walk me to my door or anything.

Then I get this message. I actually haven’t really thought about him nor did I give off vibes like I’m looking for a relationship with him. Why do men convince themselves we are in love with them? In fact I got more friend vibes from our connection.

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[–]imtryingtotryhereFDS Newbie 773 points774 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

Because he wanted you to reply:

"thAt's oKaY We cAN jUSt chIlL ouT. I doN't want anYTHIng seRIouS eITher. I'm totaLLy HapPY to JuST TakE thINGs at yOUR paCE.'

His pace is just sex lol these men are hilarious

[–]krissycole87FDS Newbie 284 points285 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

This. He wanted you to say "it's fine I'll wait for you to figure your shit out cuz im soooo into you cuz we had that one date insert ego stroking here hahaha laugh all the way to the block button girl.

[–]mscristalconnorsFDS Newbie 22 points23 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Go at their pace? Hell no 🤢

[–]LetsGetin_FormationFDS Newbie 402 points403 points  (5 children) | Copy Link

He’s already trying to triangulate you with an ex who dumped him a year ago?

In fact I got more friend vibes from our connection.

Tell him this and block lol.

[–]KimpracticalFDS Disciple 142 points143 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Don’t tell him anything. He isn’t worth another breath. I usually just straight up block and move on with my life

[–]_electrafireFDS Newbie 24 points25 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Lol I love this - if a scrote wants to “take it slow” act all confused and be like “oh wow don’t worry! I actually got more friend vibes from our connection too so I think we’re on the same page:)”

[–]LittleSnackPack58FDS Newbie 278 points279 points  (6 children) | Copy Link

He's trying to see if you're willing to be "fuck buddies". That's when you say "Aww I'm sorry to hear your ex left you a year ago and you still haven't moved on. I think you're so nice and a great guy, but I feel no romantic attraction to you whatsoever. I think we can be friends". Friendzone him even though you have no intention of actually being friends. Block him. Toxic losers like him act like friend zoning is the most horrible thing a woman can do because they only value a woman for sex. So friend zoning an asshole trying to fuck zone you is icing on the cake.

[–]TafahaDeTerreFDS Newbie 36 points37 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

"I don't find you sexually attractive" is like murder to these scrotes.

[–]mscristalconnorsFDS Newbie 25 points26 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Oh oh ruthless. ❤️

[–]Platipus6FDS Apprentice 548 points549 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

Because men come from a place of doing nothing to get the maximum.

If we got dressed up, showed up, stayed throughout the date and accepted a kiss, we must be head over heels for putting in so much effort and the date must have been perfect because we stayed.

If they're not into a girl they don't get dressed up, they flake on her, bail halfway and don't go for a kiss. For their dream girl, they put in this herculean burst of effort which is .. just like a woman doing normal shit to go on a date.

He's overwhelmed at the idea of having to put all this effort in again. Sooooo much effort dude. You might need a week in a forest retreat.

[–]MsWriteNow07FDS Newbie 25 points26 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

This is perfection! You are the scrote decoder

[–]thighsmatchFDS Newbie 25 points26 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Tbh this is why I put in minimal appearance effort on first dates. I still dress appropriately for dinner, but I live in a very casual area where the very wealthy folks mostly just rock a fleece all the time. I will maybe wear a skirt but with sneakers/sandals, hair up, minimal makeup, etc, because I would never waste all that time getting ready for a man I don’t even know.

[–]thatbitchfrom6CFDS Newbie 161 points162 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

They just project. I had a first date with a guy once.. he must have told me at least 3 times that he wasn’t looking for a girlfriend.

He was so looking for a girlfriend. Ghosted him as soon as possible.

[–]mscristalconnorsFDS Newbie 148 points149 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

It’s to sleep with you.

[–]saralafontaineFDS Newbie 673 points674 points  (12 children) | Copy Link

It’s a script they have. I noticed this too after first dates. It is a script you are supposed to follow. They are the less committed one and you are the more committed one. They put a hand on your thigh, kiss you, “succeed” in some manner, and through their physical touch, you become emotionally invested - because women are virginal, innocent, emotionally messy princesses who can’t possibly allow themselves to be kissed or touched by somebody they’re not completely in love with.

If you kiss a guy on the first date, or second or whatever, he’ll assume you’ll have deep feelings, and this is his cue to show off how non-committed he is, how strong and stoic he is, by saying he isn’t looking for a relationship, etc.

It’s the script.

Watch. They all do this. Weirdos.

[–]eatnthrowtrashawayFDS Newbie 306 points307 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Exactly! They want to flip it so you chase them under the presumption they will eventually give you attention again and you just have to let him play through his “commitment issues”. It’s a blessing. Block, delete. Nobody has time to date someone whose “unsure” if they can date again.

[–]cansyx 108 points109 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

This is soo funny, I didnt realize it was this common. Once a guy wanted to break things off and wanted to be alone. I respected his wish and kind of forget about him. Then he started calling me constantly, telling me how I can move on while I was in love with him ~ seeing him twice. It's so funny how they think so highly of themselves.

[–]she_is_munchkinsFDS Newbie 79 points80 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Lol nailed it 🤣 I just posted something similar, that they get completely thrown when they aren't able to activate PickMe behaviour in women.

[–]huskyhockey451FDS Newbie 246 points247 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

Why is this so true! I went on 1 date with a guy once, and remained cordial but distant over text afterwards, eventually we stopped talking and I thought we had mutually parted ways. A month after he texts me to say that he was "so sorry" that I "really like him" but that it wasn't going to work out because we "weren't from the same culture" and had different plans for life. After ONE MONTH of no communication and also me telling him after the date that I didn't want to date. They are so delusional!! And need to save face by feeling like they're the ones who rejected YOU!!

[–]Particular_Place_804 94 points95 points locked comment (0 children) | Copy Link

Tell me about it!! I went on two dates with a guy, and everything seemed to be going well (minus some small red flags like him not being able to book a place in advance, but let’s not get into that…), only for him not to text me for two weeks. At that point, I assumed he was not interested, so I moved on. Then he had the audacity to text me telling me his coworker had COVID, and he had to be self-quaranteened. I resisted the urge to ask him if his phone was in quarantine too 🥴. The other guy I’ve been seeing, also went on two dates with him. Then three days go by and nothing. Zero communication. After three days he asks me a silly question (somehing along the lines if I’ve already tried the food he was talking about on our last date, and I said no. He then said “we should go sometime” and that was it). Man, wtf is this??? Were they trying to make ME chase after THEM? Cuz that’s not how it works, sir 😤.

[–]BrightCombo 42 points43 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

This is what I come here for lol I am so secondhand embarrassed right now because this is ABSOLUTELY the truth.

[–]AnniaTFDS Disciple 40 points41 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

And they expect you then to accept to "take things slow" but have non committal sex with them after a short amount of time and effort.

[–]pickadaisyFDS Apprentice 87 points88 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

This is beautiful. Can’t wait to see your future posts.

[–]saralafontaineFDS Newbie 58 points59 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Aww 🥺🥺💖💖

[–]amykamala 25 points26 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

This is so true.

[–]seawitchbitchFDS Newbie 120 points121 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

“I got enough of an ego boost out of this that I want to go chase down my ex/coworker/friend and when that doesn’t work out, I’d like you to still be on the back burner waiting for me. Sound good, sweetheart?”

[–]riseaboveagainFDS Apprentice 320 points321 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

He was simultaneously managing down your expectations of him by giving you a bs “I’m so fragile and damaged” pity story, and testing you to see if you were dumb enough to fall for it

This clown is warning you that he would forever be emotionally unavailable to you, due to the handy excuse of “I’ve been hurt before” 😭😭😭

[–]AnniaTFDS Disciple 39 points40 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

But never emotionally unavailable for some non committal sex.

[–]top_of_the_stairsFDS Newbie 104 points105 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

Why? Because tons of PickMe's fucked up and "fell in love" with the LVMs on that first date; then they fucked up double by telling those LVMs all about it.

.... (Don't ask me how I came by this information... It was... my friend, bottom_of_the_stairs... Yeah she told me 😌)

[–]IvyLeagueButtFDS Newbie 59 points60 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

No shame, I also have a "friend" who fell for this tomfoolery. With this cultural conditioning, we definitely weren't the only ones 🙃

[–]planethoneyyFDS Newbie 21 points22 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

My past pick me self was sooo impressed with mediocrity 💀

[–]thepsychopathhunterFDS Newbie 441 points442 points  (9 children) | Copy Link

They are delusional. So many scrotes mistakenly believe that if a woman gives them the time of day that woman must automatically be looking for a relationship with them specifically. Umm no. And they also convince themselves that women who are out of their league must be INFATUATED with them and trying to lock them down. In reality, many of these same women are brainstorming how to politely reject these men and fade out peacefully (because they don’t want to deal with the bullying rage that some of these gross scrotes lash out with when met with the truth).

Imagining you texting back, “Wait, who is this?” after he sent those paragraphs gave me a chuckle.

[–]AocwannabeFDS Apprentice 264 points265 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

“Are you just trying to use me as a sperm donor?” -balding, broke, 35+ aged man who begged you to go on a date with him vibes

[–]EarthKveikFDS Apprentice 107 points108 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

They get worse as they get older. Any woman under 35 who they can force a conversation with must surely be infatuated because women just love older guys, right? Any woman over 35 must be desperate right? I gave her the time of day so she must now be in love with me! WHAAAAA GOLD DIGGGERRRRRRSSSSSS.....

[–]randomgirl34861FDS Newbie 38 points39 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

HAHAHAHAHAHA. My boyfriend’s sister and her wife used a sperm donor. They looked at several before making their selection. All of men they’d considered were all under 30 years old, above 6 feet tall, had Ivy League degrees, and no history of alcoholism, substance abuse or mental health issues in their family. All. The. Donors. That was their bare minimum. They also started looking into things like artistic ability, volunteer work, personality traits. These men are straight up delusional thinking we want their dusty sperm.

[–]DuchessDuragFDS Newbie 80 points81 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

I remind men that there’s a lot of eligible and more attractive men out here to snap them out of their delusional thinking 🤣

[–]theterminatressFDS Newbie 28 points29 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I’ve done that. Accidentally. Because I was so underwhelmed that I just deleted their # and then forgot about it. The responses were…well…pretty butthurt.

[–]mitskiismygfFDS Newbie 90 points91 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

not even after 1 date. i’m naturally very bubbly and just default to that even around men because it’s easier, and the shock on their faces when i say “i’m good” when they offer to take me out or ask my phone number. beyond just shock about being rejected. it’s like they think being nice to them equals being in love with them. or maybe they just think any girl is sitting around desperately waiting for a man.

[–]thighsmatchFDS Newbie 11 points12 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Completely accurate. They think any woman who smiles or even looks at them is obsessed. Imagine going through life that confident and delusional, it almost sounds nice to be that clueless.

[–]fancypantsdance92FDS Newbie 88 points89 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

I've read through a lot of these comments and I'm starting to identify where men have done this to me and why.

But it doesn't matter.

If they consider dating me (or anyone for that matter) "too much effort"...

If they think they can half-ghost me to create a stupid power dynamic by making me the more committed party...

If they're generally not interested or think that by being myself I am in love with them...

Then I don't care. I will wait for someone to show me that they care for me first before I commit my emotions to them. Men who do this are high maintenance, annoying and wishy washy and I have better things to do with my time than wait for them to get their shit together.

[–]LaTaina87FDS Newbie 31 points32 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I just had my own “AHA!” moment reading your comment, thank you for the insight girl! And same!!!

[–]Any_Indication_2754FDS Newbie 76 points77 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

If he's not ready, that's an automatic goodbye. Dont waste your time.

[–]kittycakes22FDS Newbie[S] 96 points97 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Yeah I blocked him. He made it weird. Like just chill dude I didn’t ask you to marry me or something lmao

[–]NovemberinthechairFDS Disciple 22 points23 points  (0 children) | Copy Link


[–]VmchikFDS Disciple 217 points218 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

They’re projecting and trying to hurt your feelings by rejecting you in hopes that you’ll start chasing them. That’s an immediate red flag and tells me he’s a) emotionally unintelligent or b) he’s a manipulative asshole that uses negging techniques to trigger naive women. Luckily you saw through what he was doing.

[–]divination__FDS Newbie 60 points61 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Men overestimate their desirability (as demonstrated by this study), and on top of that, have been conditioned by society into thinking every woman is just begging to be married off and impregnated by them and should be grateful for even being considered for the position of their maid and surrogate mother.

It's annoying, but don't waste your energy proving to them you don't like them that much. They'll think its a case of 'the lady doth protest too much'. Time will tell who likes who more. If anything, it can be used to your advantage - if they convince themselves that you like them so much, then if you ever go cold on them because they step over the line or underperform, they'll work harder to get back to a place where they think you like them more. That psychological reaction is actually why narcs lovebomb you and pretend to like you more at the start, then do a 180 to make you fight for their approval. Of course, in this instance, you're not doing anything other than being yourself and letting them think what they want, instead of actively manipulating. I am very pro using their egos against them though, lol.

Also, for the above reason, this is why you should be wary of men who DO seem to like you so much more at the start. In fact, be wary of all men until they give you substantial reason not to be over a prolonged period of time.

[–]coolestgirlyouevermeFDS Apprentice 166 points167 points  (3 children) | Copy Link

Mmmm...I have two theories:

1) it is some form of projection (he senses you are into him less than he is) and figures he would rather be the one to end it first (before you do) to save his fragile ego

2) he was trying really hard to love bomb you in hopes of getting laid asap. He thinks his love bombing worked better on you than it really did, so hence he mistakenly thinks you love him.

[–]AocwannabeFDS Apprentice 140 points141 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Agreed. He is trying to preemptively reject you before you reject him. He also wants you to see him as more desirable than he actually is and to chase him. He is pretending to be transparent about not being over his ex because he wants to use that as an excuse to offer you a situationship because he “told you he wasn’t in the space for anything serious”.

Block him if you feel compelled. He will attempt to contact you through your social media.

[–]pickadaisyFDS Apprentice 52 points53 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

3rding the theory! He wanted in your pants and already decided you weren’t the one.

[–]ijustcantwithitFDS Newbie 55 points56 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I went on a date with a guy who seemed okay and then after only 1 date and 3 weeks of “talking” was calling me his girlfriend and then said he loved me. I shut down so fast. All this because I went on 1 date start to end and then mildly texted him but not really because he was so fragile he scared me and I wasn’t mentally ready to reject him.

[–]keep_my_stuffFDS Newbie 47 points48 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

"hopes that I’m okay with him taking a breather"

ok so he wants you to wait for him to get his shit together, and give up on other options you have just because he asked you to

how about no

[–]imaydestroyyallFDS Newbie 44 points45 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Either they want you to chase them or they want a friend with benefits situation. If they say they want to 'remain friends' that's scrote speak for they want to you to be a fuck buddy. Block 🚫 and delete 🗑

[–]OptionalCookieFDS Newbie 42 points43 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Men think you are in love with them if you ask them the time.


[–]MagnfiqueMaleficentFDS Disciple 14 points15 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

This is why I don’t smile at strange men. They think it’s an invitation.

[–]panicpixiememegirlFDS Newbie 38 points39 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Turn it around on him and say yikes thats a bit too much emotion after just one date. Don't say more or less, ghost him.

[–]asianinindiaFDS Newbie 102 points103 points  (4 children) | Copy Link

I'd send him a reply saying "Okay wrong-name." Just to "disappoint" him. I dunno if that breaks FDS rules but it sounds hilarious to me

[–]Phoenix__Rising2018Ruthless Strategist 56 points57 points  (0 children) | Copy Link


Or "you sound fragile." That's it. Don't say anything more.

[–]fancypantsdance92FDS Newbie 40 points41 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

If I have a scrote I've blocked address me in public I'll hit them with a wrong name. For example - if his name is Ryan I'll "accidentally" call him Renald.

[–]IvyLeagueButtFDS Newbie 41 points42 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Omg yes I've done this and it was as satisfying as I thought it'd be. I'd hit him with an "Ok, Jason", " That true, Mark?", and "What'd you say Logan?" when he'd try to talk at me.

Looking at him get so pissed and "refuse" to use me as a soundboard it was just chef's kiss.

[–]PornruinedsocietyFDS Disciple 29 points30 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Pahaha sounds like his mum loved and praised him too much! Nawh special little handsome soldier breaking all those hearts.

[–]ThrowawayCompassionFDS Newbie 25 points26 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

He sounds exhausting I’d literally block his ass.

reminds me of this cop from last summer. He came into my work over and over and over to hit on me. I finally stupidly gave him my number. He texted me non stop for the next few days, asked me on a scrote date of going for a walk. Im stupid and went. It was meh and awkward, he negged me a lot. at one point he hugged me and had a huge boner. He dropped me off, texted me all day, and the next day sent a huge dump text and said I don’t want to hurt you etc etc. I was like “ok” and never said a single word ever again. Why would I? I walked to work then and he fucking stalked me in his cop car for months until I moved away.

[–]Phoenix__Rising2018Ruthless Strategist 74 points75 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Lol he was hoping for a one night stand. And now he's putting you in the refrigerator for later in case he want to try for free sex again later.

How ridiculous and weak these guys sound, it's pathetic. "I'm so scared I have to run away after one date!" I would laugh at him.

[–]NovemberinthechairFDS Disciple 39 points40 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

"....in the refrigerator..." omg, that's priceless.

[–]extragoudaFDS Newbie 23 points24 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

It's because they have giant egos.

He said he's not ready cause he's still dealing with a breakup from over a year ago, so actually this means he's not that into you... but he still thinks you are into him. Why? Because of his giant ego. He said he was overwhelmed and wants to take a breather before asking you for a second date. So that means... he's probably juggling other options and meanwhile he wants to put you on the shelf so that he has space between dates.

It's not really that he thinks you're in love with him, it's probably that he's in love with himself.

Or perhaps men are used to women being desperate. Who knows.

I would next him. He's making too many assumptions about you. Assumptions and excuses.

[–]AnniaTFDS Disciple 19 points20 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

It looks like he was trying to put you on the back-burner in case he doesn't have other options and also instill the "I have to make him want me" instinct. Some men do this to make it seem like they're just not that into us and make us pursue them. It's like a PUA/redpill tactic. Regardless he's a loser and delusional.

[–]AnanorielFDS Newbie 17 points18 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

I find it funny if they tell in a dramatic way that "it won't work out" after one date. I once deleted one from my contacts, unfollowed him etc, but forgot to block him. He got mad that I did that to him. They get mad if you don't play along and just move on with your life.

[–]she_is_munchkinsFDS Newbie 51 points52 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Lol men do this a lot. Since FDS I've noticed how many men are actually quite emotionally needy/clingy. They fall very quickly and expect that as a woman you must've fallen harder 😂

Often they'll love-bomb early - not just as a game to get laid, but actually because they're falling (or think they are because they find you attractive) - and they can't conceive how you couldn't be falling for them too.

Also I've noticed that some men will react to your unbotheredness by pulling away as a manipulation tactic to hopefully activate your PickMe behaviour. Confidence and self-assuredness in women really throws them off.

[–]Winnie6FDS Newbie 66 points67 points  (4 children) | Copy Link

They always think we want them. It makes them feel superior because then they toy with the idea of rejecting US! Lol.

I once went on a lunch date (last summer, during covid) and we got Indian take-away and ate in a nearby park. He told me about his children age 17 and 19 and about how much anxiety they had (to the point that they wouldn't leave their rooms to go to school and were seemingly incapable of getting part-time jobs, etc.) I thought to myself, "I don't want to get messed up with this bullshit" and had no intention of seeing him again. After lunch we parted ways at an intersection and I scurried home to get away from him and the taint of his creepy children. Then, when I got home, there was an email from him saying, "You probably wanted me to kiss you when we said goodbye." I couldn't believe he could be so far off-base. So I told him no, I hadn't wanted him to kiss me at all! Luckily it was crickets after that. I've never had trouble being blunt.

[–]Interesting-Bat3992FDS Newbie 35 points36 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

"You probably wanted me to kiss you when we said goodbye." I couldn't believe he could be so far off-base.

This. It resurfaced memories from the recesses of my mind. "You probably wanted me to ..." I don't know why they do that. No. Just no. It happened to me quiet a few times and every single time this entitlement and assumption puts me off and I'm mentally creating a way out. Such people also sometimes have the propensity to become unwarranted and unprompted armchair psychologists (another attraction killer).

[–]ceilingkatwatchesusFDS Disciple 22 points23 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Boom! Count your blessings that he told you upfront and on e the first date so you could run away lol!! To think after him telling you all of that, that he thought he had a chance. Also, how most men cannot read a room or situation

[–]luvmyvulvaxoxoFDS Apprentice 13 points14 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

I had a guy freeze up and act cold because I had the audacity to say after 3 dates that we’re “dating”. Yea. We’ve gone on a few dates. I might be dating up to 10 guys at once you fucking moron. It’s not like I called him my boyfriend.

[–]_queeeen_FDS Newbie 12 points13 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Sometimes it’s an avoidant attachment style or general fear of commitment. Who wants to deal with that?! Next.

[–]kmblueFDS Newbie 11 points12 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

I’ve dealt when guys like this. He’s tripping and trying to play mind games to get you to chase him and beg him for a relationship. He really likes you or thinks he has something good in you to use but he doesn’t want to put in the work. This game allows him to make you be the pursuer, if you fall for it.

ETA: whenever I get messages that my reply hit 5+ upvotes and then I see it’s gone down, I know I’ve hit a scrote’s feelings. Die mad.

[–]kittycakes22FDS Newbie[S] 4 points5 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

Such a turn off when men get overwhelmed by literally nothing. Like get a grip bro. So weird to me and not something I’d ever fall for.

[–]kmblueFDS Newbie 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

It is weird. Like I don’t get why at all? Mind games are for punks.

[–]YellowsunflowerloverFDS Newbie 9 points10 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

Lmao cus he wants you to be understanding, still see him and potentially give him sex, while knowing a relationship will mostly never happen.

[–]ProtoetypeFDS Newbie 8 points9 points  (1 child) | Copy Link

In dating I'm usually the non committal one. I get spooked and panicked at the idea that the guy likes me (hence he feels I owe him something) when I just wanted to go out and have a good time. I'm really quick to shut down the idea of a relationship and a guy mentions that he's not "ready" for a relationship, good! Because his annoying little speech is making me uncomfortable... not going out with him again. And certainly none of these guys will ever get sex from me.

[–]saralafontaineFDS Newbie 3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

There should be a word for that annoying little speech they give us. “Hey, do you know what time it is?” “So listen, I just broke up with my ex and I’m not looking for anything…”

[–]CaptainHope93FDS Newbie 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy Link

"Okay, no worries"

[–]ussr_ftwFDS Newbie 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

I like the classic, "i feel the same, good bye and good luck ✌"

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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