Unreliable guys

  • Jimmy201001

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    Jul 06, 2011 10:34 PM GMT
    I was dating a guy for a few weeks who I seemed to get along with quite well, only he later kept on cancelling plans (like meeting up for dinner or going to his place) with silly excuses like he needed to do his laundry or his parents were visiting.
    I decided to call it off with him but then he apologised and after a couple of weeks we decided to try again.

    We arranged to meet tomorrow for a dinner and then we could go out clubbing, but chatting to him today it was like he had almost forgot! Instead he asked me what I was doing tomorrow, saying he was busy with 'various things' and that we should meet sometime in the weekend.

    So now I have just decided to stop contacting him and move on. I just feel so fed up of people being so unreliable (at least the guys my own age). I feel like I just have to force myself to go to bars or find people online because it's impossible to find anyone any other way.
  • Neurons

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    Jul 06, 2011 11:06 PM GMT
    You did the right thing!
  • Jimmy201001

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    Jul 07, 2011 2:19 AM GMT
    I think a lot of people in big cities like London or New York just aren't cut out for relationships, he's your typical workaholic and he spends so much time with his parents and his brother. I think that's all he needs right now. Luckily there are plenty of men in this city!
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    Jul 07, 2011 2:24 AM GMT
    'unreliable guys' = most guys
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    Jul 07, 2011 2:28 AM GMT
    Jimmy201001 saidI feel like I just have to force myself to go to bars or find people online because it's impossible to find anyone any other way.


    It is near impossible on all fronts which is a slightly depressing thing.
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    Jul 07, 2011 7:44 AM GMT
    yeah but unfortunately it's not confined to big cities or age or anything that I can think of. I handle it by just expecting guys to act like that - not in a disillusioned way - just a matter of act truth about what it's like to be gay. I have talked to my straight friends about it and although it happens to them too it's much less often.