I'm just not that into him!? (Shat would you do?)

  • DannyF

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    Jul 06, 2013 12:33 AM GMT
    (Sorry if a question like this has already been asked like a million times, I just joined the site)

    Quick question; would you guys hang out with someone that you weren't all that interested in? Would you give him a chance and see if feelings change or would you not even give an opportunity. This guy has been texting me, wanting us to meet but I don't feel like we'll get along. icon_confused.gif
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    Jul 06, 2013 1:44 PM GMT
    Dear____
    .. Would you be interested in hanging out as friends?
    ..See here's the truth.. I don't think the chemistry between us is there, and i'd hate to lead you on or send the wrong signals.

    ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
    How about that?

    You are leaving out info..
    How did you two meet?..How did he even get your number?
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    Jul 06, 2013 5:12 PM GMT
    Allow me to rephrase that for you,

    ask not; "Shat would you do?"

    rather;


    "What would Shat' do
    ?"

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    Jul 06, 2013 5:46 PM GMT
    DannyF said(Sorry if a question like this has already been asked like a million times, I just joined the site)

    Quick question; would you guys hang out with someone that you weren't all that interested in? Would you give him a chance and see if feelings change or would you not even give an opportunity. This guy has been texting me, wanting us to meet but I don't feel like we'll get along. icon_confused.gif


    Don't meet him as a potential friend (or any other guys for the matter). After a few weeks/months of blocking any possibility making of gay friends you then will be able to start a forum post about how hard it is to make gay friends. icon_wink.gif
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    Jul 06, 2013 5:49 PM GMT
    I hangout with such a guy. Initially we went on a date but I wasn't into him. Now we are good friends.
  • mybud

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    Jul 06, 2013 6:02 PM GMT
    Move on.....
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    Jul 06, 2013 6:21 PM GMT
    Why do we puss out of meeting people so much?
    1) We're lazy?
    2) We're afraid of people?
    3) We have unrealistic expectations?

    You have the opportunity to sit down, eat food or grab a drink, and find out what a guy is about in 3D. The horror.
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    Jul 06, 2013 9:15 PM GMT
    Since you are clearly aware this same question has been asked damn close to 55 million times on this very site, did you think you could just search some of those other posts to see if there was an answer that might suit you? Or are you too busy to read? Your time is too valuable wading through litterally a billion posts with unnecessary advice from other complete strangers.
    That said, DannyF, I'd suggest cutting and pasting this:
    "Hey person I have never bothered to meet, but since we text quite often, I thought I'd toss out a big giant red flag for you. Instead of meeting you, I created an account on a gay workout site and posted a message about why I can't meet you. So, listen, I'm a tool who is both insecure and filled with a better than thou sort of attitude. Forget my number and run for the hills, I am one of "those" sorts of gay guys. Thx, DannyF"
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    Jul 06, 2013 9:16 PM GMT
    Follow the standard protocol that all gay men do when they're not into someone:

    1- Go out with them, act really enthusiastic, and say things like "yeah I'd love to go out again I had a great time!!!"

    2- Disappear.



    Presto!
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    Jul 06, 2013 9:23 PM GMT
    Matiz saidFollow the standard protocol that all gay men do when they're not into someone:

    1- Go out with them, act really enthusiastic, and say things like "yeah I'd love to go out again I had a great time!!!"

    2- Disappear.



    Presto!

    Bitter, party of one, your table is ready.
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    Jul 06, 2013 9:53 PM GMT
    smartmoney saidSince you are clearly aware this same question has been asked damn close to 55 million times on this very site, did you think you could just search some of those other posts to see if there was an answer that might suit you? Or are you too busy to read? Your time is too valuable wading through litterally a billion posts with unnecessary advice from other complete strangers.
    That said, DannyF, I'd suggest cutting and pasting this:
    "Hey person I have never bothered to meet, but since we text quite often, I thought I'd toss out a big giant red flag for you. Instead of meeting you, I created an account on a gay workout site and posted a message about why I can't meet you. So, listen, I'm a tool who is both insecure and filled with a better than thou sort of attitude. Forget my number and run for the hills, I am one of "those" sorts of gay guys. Thx, DannyF"



    Haha. I can't deal.

    You brilliant man, you.

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    Jul 06, 2013 10:39 PM GMT
    smartmoney said
    Matiz saidFollow the standard protocol that all gay men do when they're not into someone:

    1- Go out with them, act really enthusiastic, and say things like "yeah I'd love to go out again I had a great time!!!"

    2- Disappear.



    Presto!

    Bitter, party of one, your table is ready.


    A huge percentage of gay men behave this way. Ask anyone. Also it's cynical, not bitter.