Why do men attempt to use sympathy ploy to get a girl to go out with them? Don't they realize that if she's not into them maybe it's because they are not her type and that's not going to change?
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Amen to that!
You know, I think most women try to be polite, and even smile when they decline an invitation from a man. That's not flirty. However, it comes off as desperate when, after several "no's", they begin to beg. It actually becomes really annoying.
Etherealenigma, You make a good point about certain environments but a man has no business trying to pick up women in the church. A firm rejection does not have be a rude rejection. A stern face with a "I have no interest in getting to know you."
Dashing...that's what happened. I think you commented on my other question about do men pick women because they are nice. Both questions are related. A guy that my gf and I started talking to in the cafe at church, kept hinting that he liked me.
It seems you are not willing to concede the possibility that a man might think a particular woman is worth the effort to pursue a relationship with. Most (grown men) won't whine or beg though. As far as I know, nobody likes rejection. (men or women)
I appreciate dashing's answer, but in certain environments, you have to maintain a friendly attitude...like in a church setting. Therefore, it's much harder to give the firm answer he mentions below, without a greater measure of sensitivity.
Men see a (smile) as a ray of hope. The next time you say you aren't interested say it with a glare. Anyone who has hit on you multiple times deserves told to leave you alone. It's not what you say but how you say it that drives a point home.
Dashingscorpio I did leave that out. You are right! A man might think a woman is worth the effort to pursue a relationship with but you also have to take in consideration in how they are pursuing that woman.Most grown men are worst than the young boy
After this guy began dropping hints, my gf started commenting on "how sweet" this guy was, & that I should give him a chance because you never know what the "gift of God" is packaged like. Personally, I believe God would bring me someone I'd like
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