Why do guys drop off the face of the earth as soon as you express interest?

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    Jan 18, 2012 3:06 AM GMT
    Seriously. You talk to a guy for a long time, but as soon as you're honest and even hint at the fact you're into him sexually, he gives you the silent treatment, bolts, or rejects you out right.
    Why lead us on in the first place?
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    Jan 18, 2012 3:29 AM GMT
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    Hello! I just made a similar post about the same thing.

    Except, the guy I was talking to was a bit more brazen, asking me if I like his body (why would a 45 y/o man need my validation anyway?) and yadda yadda before doing the disappearing act.

    Men like a challenge. Some guys treat you better when you treat them like a doormat. My guy bitched about my behavior of 4 months, but he dealt with it every week.

    When I told him I'm attracted to him, and that I like him and he was the only guy I was seeing relationship wise, he stopped seeing me. I should have just slapped him about rather than cater to his whining.

    Men are pigs. They liked being kicked, punched, fucked and slapped around.
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    Jan 18, 2012 5:29 AM GMT
    Passionplay88 saidSeriously. You talk to a guy for a long time, but as soon as you're honest and even hint at the fact you're into him sexually, he gives you the silent treatment, bolts, or rejects you out right.
    Why lead us on in the first place?


    I eventually decided it was all part of trying the jigsaw puzzle pieces. There's a lot of non-fits before you discover one that does.

    Here's a thought; those guys doing what they're doing are accidentally doing you a favour. If they stuck around and continued to be evasive (and I had experience with that, lol) things could be considerably worse.
    Some gals I know would say you're separating the men from the boys. icon_wink.gif
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    Jan 18, 2012 5:39 AM GMT
    I know it seems annoying, but if a person reveals their instability before you enter into a relationship with them, you should probably be thankful.