How do you reject men you're not interested in dating/hooking up? Share your FUNNY rejection stories.

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    Jun 20, 2011 12:46 PM GMT
    This is for fun. So how do you reject guys you either don't want to date, or hook up with? Since we all have different personalities I think the ways we reject other guys are bound to be different as well.


    If you have some funny rejection stories, please do share as well!

    I'll tell you guys mine at lunch break icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jun 20, 2011 1:50 PM GMT
    I was rejected on my first and only "date" that I've never been on. Guy came to my apartment to pick me up on the date. When I opened the door, he looked at me and said "no thanks," and walked away. Haven't tried dating since.

    Not sure if this qualifies as the "funniest" rejection though....
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    Jun 20, 2011 1:57 PM GMT
    ^ go and date some more... seriously!
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    Jun 20, 2011 1:59 PM GMT
    faceless - dont let what happened hold you back, your pefectly dateable and have nothing to fear.
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:04 PM GMT
    faceless saidI was rejected on my first and only "date" that I've never been on. Guy came to my apartment to pick me up on the date. When I opened the door, he looked at me and said "no thanks," and walked away. Haven't tried dating since.

    Not sure if this qualifies as the "funniest" rejection though....


    lmao. Yeah like greenhopper said you should go on more dates. For what's worth I wouldn't reject you.

    I'll chime in soon.
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:07 PM GMT
    I smite them with the edge of the sword, and sow their fields with salt, and listen to the lamentations of their women....

    Oh wait-a-sec.

    Date rejections...? I run home and put on some Blues, and cry in my beer.
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:07 PM GMT
    Thanks......didn't want to hijack this thread with my lame story. Just want to call attention to bad ways to reject guys. Hopefully people are only rejecting guys who deserve it (i.e. guys who tried to slip you a ruffy or something to that affect).
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:17 PM GMT
    faceless saidI was rejected on my first and only "date" that I've never been on. Guy came to my apartment to pick me up on the date. When I opened the door, he looked at me and said "no thanks," and walked away. Haven't tried dating since.

    Not sure if this qualifies as the "funniest" rejection though....


    Seriously?! icon_confused.gif

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    Jun 20, 2011 2:21 PM GMT
    faceless saidThanks......didn't want to hijack this thread with my lame story. Just want to call attention to bad ways to reject guys. Hopefully people are only rejecting guys who deserve it (i.e. guys who tried to slip you a ruffy or something to that affect).


    Too late, everyone's pouncing on you now icon_razz.gif Might get a date soon this way lol
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:22 PM GMT
    I have always been tall and lean and until my mid 30s never really worked out with weights, being a competitive swimmer and surfer just kept me naturally lanky. Years ago I had a bf that got me into working out in the gym with him. He enjoyed it and it was something we could do together and he was always into the really big muscle guys so he liked the culture of the gym.

    Anyway, I initially hated it. The learning curve with free weights and machines was difficult for me. Our gym, as in most gyms, was covered with mirrors so you could watch yourself work out. But he was constantly checking out these huge muscle guys while we worked out and one particular day when I was struggling with some exercise he was trying to teach me, I could see him in the mirror I was facing watching this guy across the gym and it just made me furious. I dropped the weights and turned on him and said "for christ's sake, I can see you in the mirror, if thats what you like, what are you doing with me?" He looked me right in the eye and deadpanned "I thought you would grow".

    For a split second I wanted to just hit him and then he smiled at me like you idiot, I love you and I cracked up. He came home later in the week with a tshirt he had made that said "I thought you would grow" across the front. While we are no longer together, we had a great 8 years and he is still a great friend. I wear that tshirt to this day when I work out in the gym.

    While this may not be the kind of rejection story you are asking for, I certainly felt rejected at that moment seeing him drool over something I was obviously never going to be.
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:23 PM GMT
    alphatrigger saidI smite them with the edge of the sword, and sow their fields with salt, and listen to the lamentations of their women....

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    Haha, I wonder how this type of warfare would be called nowadays... making the fields infertile so there may be no future generations.... "agricultural warfar?"... "food warfare"? ...Its pretty damn horrible...
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:25 PM GMT
    no one has ever asked me out or anything, so never had to reject someone hahh.. so what was the point of me posting?

    btw, faceless.. im so so sorry, that sucks.. your really hot
    should try dating again.
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:35 PM GMT
    Faceless - as you americans say, has had his "arse kicked on dating" lol
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:35 PM GMT
    O btw, if its no, i usually jsut say, thanks for the invitation, but no thanks
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:35 PM GMT
    Jesus. I havent been asked out on a date since Bush 1 was president. the few times I asked someone out and was rejected I usually got "you are not my type" or "i am only in to asians/latinos/eskimos"
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:36 PM GMT
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    alphatrigger saidI smite them with the edge of the sword, and sow their fields with salt, and listen to the lamentations of their women....

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    Haha, I wonder how this type of warfare would be called nowadays... making the fields infertile so there may be no future generations.... "agricultural warfar?"... "food warfare"? ...Its pretty damn horrible...


    It is a pretty sucky way to fight a war.

    I remember reading some details about Operation Coronet and Operation Olympic, which were part of a plan to invade the Japanese Home Islands had the atomic bomb never been used.

    Gen. Curtis Lemay's idea was to bomb and defoliate the rice fields in the Kanto and Kansai plains with some sort of copper sulfate compound that would basically render the ground ungrowable for several years thereafter.

    Truman wisely and quickly nixed that idea.

    Sorry for the thread de-rail...

    *puts train back on its tracks*

    Dating rejections... I'll do the first date, but if there's simply no chemistry (and it isn't obvious to the guy I'm dating) I'll politely decline the offer for the second date and let him down as politely as I can.
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:39 PM GMT
    faceless saidI was rejected on my first and only "date" that I've never been on. Guy came to my apartment to pick me up on the date. When I opened the door, he looked at me and said "no thanks," and walked away. Haven't tried dating since.

    Not sure if this qualifies as the "funniest" rejection though....




    Faceless. I really want to hug you. I am sorry that happened to you. Who ever this guy is lame. He will never find anyone to date him. And time catches up with everyone so does karma....so soon. Unless he is like brad Pitt n has a lot of money. He will probably commit suicide when he turns 50.
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:39 PM GMT
    Greenhopper said
    alphatrigger saidI smite them with the edge of the sword, and sow their fields with salt, and listen to the lamentations of their women....

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    Haha, I wonder how this type of warfare would be called nowadays... making the fields infertile so there may be no future generations.... "agricultural warfar?"... "food warfare"? ...Its pretty damn horrible...


    Wanna share how you reject guys? lol I'm sure you have plenty stories to tell icon_wink.gif. Come on give me more!
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:41 PM GMT
    The first date with a guy I went on was with a guy I met at an after hours club. When I got to his house (45 miles away) he said I should plan on staying over since we would be out late and I lived far. We go out, have an awesome time. While we were out, he introduced me to two of his friends. We were at a dance club and one of his friends was shirtless.

    We have an awesome time and I am driving back to his house. I pull up and ask where I should park. He says "I think its best you leave". I didnt see that coming. So I drive home. I call on the way home to see if I said or did anything to offend him. After a while, he says "You were hitting on my friend". I was like WTF? I wasnt hitting on him at ALL. He went on to say he could see us talking while he was getting beers and didnt like the way I was looking at him. I guess after he introduced us, I wasnt supposed to talk to him without him being there. Yeah, he was a nut.
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:46 PM GMT
    faceless saidI was rejected on my first and only "date" that I've never been on. Guy came to my apartment to pick me up on the date. When I opened the door, he looked at me and said "no thanks," and walked away. Haven't tried dating since.

    Not sure if this qualifies as the "funniest" rejection though....


    sounds like he did all the work for you, he let you know he's an asshole and left.


    some guy said on a4a that there were 2 guys waiting for me to come over right now so they could give me head. i said "that sounds creepy, sorry" because, why would they already be waiting for me.


    eh.... i don't have any real funny ones.
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:48 PM GMT
    A guy once told me that he couldn't envision a relationship with me because I don't smoke pot. Apparently he and all his friends like to blaze, and I wouldn't fit in. WTF?

    Anyways, we still hang out several times a week, though not together with his friends. icon_confused.gif
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:49 PM GMT
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    faceless saidI was rejected on my first and only "date" that I've never been on. Guy came to my apartment to pick me up on the date. When I opened the door, he looked at me and said "no thanks," and walked away. Haven't tried dating since.

    Not sure if this qualifies as the "funniest" rejection though....


    sounds like he did all the work for you, he let you know he's an asshole and left..


    This.
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:50 PM GMT
    If I'm trying to be polite, I just kind of ignore the inference and while I'm friendly, I talk from a totally non sexual position. The guy either quits talking
    or gets blunter, from which point I just shoot him down.
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:50 PM GMT
    lol... this thread really highlights how people have no class or tact. Its actually a sad state of affairs.

    It makes you wonder, who raised these people.... I mean... how do so many people really turn out to be complete assholes? Maybe this is why I am becoming a psychologist... to answer such questions.

    Anyway... I don't like having to 'reject' people. And when I do... I usually just clarify if they mean that they want to hang out on a "date" ... and if they say yes, I'll just say that it's really nice of them to offer but that I'm more looking for friends now.

    You don't have to be rude and say, "You're not my type."
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    Jun 20, 2011 2:53 PM GMT
    Dallasfan824 saidThe first date with a guy I went on was with a guy I met at an after hours club. When I got to his house (45 miles away) he said I should plan on staying over since we would be out late and I lived far. We go out, have an awesome time. While we were out, he introduced me to two of his friends. We were at a dance club and one of his friends was shirtless.

    We have an awesome time and I am driving back to his house. I pull up and ask where I should park. He says "I think its best you leave". I didnt see that coming. So I drive home. I call on the way home to see if I said or did anything to offend him. After a while, he says "You were hitting on my friend". I was like WTF? I wasnt hitting on him at ALL. He went on to say he could see us talking while he was getting beers and didnt like the way I was looking at him. I guess after he introduced us, I wasnt supposed to talk to him without him being there. Yeah, he was a nut.


    Dallas - yeah that guy had a personality problem, to put it politely.