- Nov 11, 2018
- 66d 2h 31m
"just join a christian dating site bro"
"just be positive br0"
"life has so much to offer br0"
often straight guys who give off gay vibes think most people act gay.
fairIt was a different time. Christian Mingle seemed viable.
It's a matter of opinion. I don't think so either but some people do. It's also the reason (lie, I bet) that the women he asked used on him.I wouldn't say ER gave off "gay vibes". sure he wasn't a "masculine alpha" like a blonde 6'5 starting quarterback, but there's nothing effeminate about him either
it's possible. he was living in a beachside party/college town town in California, so he was definitely competing with a lot of hypermasculine and socially successful guys.It's also the reason (lie, I bet) that the women he asked used on him.
Mine were more just "flat no not interested". Except one girl who I actually gave a good excuse to, I told her to go fuck with another girl. Who I had almost had a chance with. And then went back on it and said I made it up. Because I realized her school could get on my case easily. And when I asked the first girl out she said no because I'm a liar LMAO. That would be a GOOD thing if it was chad but as a 4/10 it killed any chances I had. The uglier you are, the more women pick on things. The less, the more they let anything slide. Real interesting how lookism is this universal.it's possible. he was living in a beachside party/college town town in California, so he was definitely competing with a lot of hypermasculine and socially successful guys.
my rejections usually involved some vague phrase like "it's not really particular things I can list" or "I just need space from you". it's just another way of saying "I don't find you attractive" tbh
that makes more sense. now I'm surprised that it stretches all the way back to 2010 though
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