By joanikens - 26/03/2016 19:02 - United States - Buena Park
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Chin up OP! I heard he listens to Nickelback while doing cross fit... You're better off without him ?
At least you know that he's not interested and you can spend your time chasing someone worth your time :)
you try to be clever, and it backfires. lesson learned here: dont try to be clever...
"being all clever and confident only gets you horribly crushed" as opposed to what, being unintelligent and timid? XD Just because rejection is always a possibility doesn't mean we should never take a chance. In any case, once OP decides to let the cat out of the bag she has to be prepared to take whatever reaction she gets, but if she has a thick enough skin, she's allowed to take a risk here and there and pick herself up when she falls, isn't she? Not up to you what she can or can't take.
That dudes got a gf or is a complete dick. Neither of which u want. I'd of said yes, for sure
A date costs a lot more than a coffee, maybe he's not got a lot of money
You can be proud for actually asking (woman empowerment!). You tried, now you know, now you can move on, because hell he's a dick. Don't have any regrets!
The fml didn't quote him, so he probably didn't say that. For all you know, he could have said "sorry, I think I'll just pay for my coffee instead", and OP is just relaying the event as him saying he'd rather pay for the coffee. Try to save face if you want. It's ok to call a guy a dick, but totally not to call a girl a bitch. mkay.
#72 I don't know why your last two comments are getting downvoted - your reasoning is understandable and you are clarifying it - I don't agree with the first calling him a dick but I think your point of not having regrets is a good one, but I don't see why your later explanations are getting downvoted.
Maybe he got flustered and didn't even know what he replied... In an alternate FML world "Today, the cute barista I always see at Starbucks asked me out on a date. I panicked and rejected her, I think I screwed my chances, FML'