By missseloit3 - 13/3/2018 19:00
Today, I met a nice guy who wanted to chat. I didn't want to be the bitchy type and throw him the "I have a boyfriend" line right away, so I conversed with him. When he asked was I single I, of course, said no. He yelled at me and made a huge scene about me leading him on. FML
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By  Chazzster  |  20

Tough call - People are not always clear on their intentions. I do not think OP did anything wrong. Sometimes people are just friendly and like talking to another person. Sometimes it’s only about looking for a potential dating partner. The difference in the signs can be subtle at times. I think the guy has to be a complete jerk to react that way - Be thankful you were not on a date with such a piece of work.

By  ohsnapword  |  21

Come on, you should know that you can't even give a man the time of day without him thinking you want to sleep with him.

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By  ohsnapword  |  21

Come on, you should know that you can't even give a man the time of day without him thinking you want to sleep with him.

By  Chazzster  |  20

Tough call - People are not always clear on their intentions. I do not think OP did anything wrong. Sometimes people are just friendly and like talking to another person. Sometimes it’s only about looking for a potential dating partner. The difference in the signs can be subtle at times. I think the guy has to be a complete jerk to react that way - Be thankful you were not on a date with such a piece of work.

By  Beefy_McQueefy  |  6

A lot of men feel like we owe them something. Tell them you have a boyfriend right off the bat? ''God, what's your problem, I was just saying hello!'' Wait a few minutes? ''You led me on!'' Either way, they're getting a 'no' and there's no good time to say that if they feel entitled

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  withered  |  30

Pretending to be nice and thinking people should line up and suck your dick as a reward is being dishonest. People like that get rejected not only for lacking in their looks and chasing out of league but also for seriously lacking in the common sense / personality department. I really don't understand people like that "oh I think you're hot so I pretend I'm nice but you shouldn't reject me because of looks or any other reason and be with me solely because I pretend I'm nice". People like that are single for a reason. And the tantrum when they get rejected... Hilarious.