By Porter_Robinson - 30/04/2013 08:50 - Australia - Sydney
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If I wanted to go out with someone and they said that to me, I would have shot back that I just wanted to say whats up and that they are not even close to my type.. or some kinda excuse. I wouldn't wanna go out with someone that full of themselves anyway and just make them feel dumb for acting like that.
Sounds like one of those arrogant college students taking a psychology course for the first time who begin every conversation with "There are x types of people in the world, and you're the type who ." The bit about predicting the future is hilarious, though. Should have replied with "That phone call you're going to make 8 years from now asking me to hang out because I'm successful while you work at Hooters? Not a chance."
Haha I guess we can all see who is used to get a lot of attention. That sucks for you OP, but you could have just explained to her that you just wanted to talk, not ask her out. :)
Shoulda just showed her up and went like "what date?.. I just wanted to know more about (her friend). Who said anything about asking you out?"
Does your Facebook name have "Playa" as your middle name? Are you shirtless with no head in your profile picture? If you answered no to both of these questions... Screw her. She's a vain bitch.
Evidently, your "friendly conversation starter" was viewed as nothing more than a lame pick-up line to a popular girl. If you're going to hit on the hot girls, you'd better bring something outrageous, but if you want to stick with the formulaic "friendly conversation starters," go for homely girls -- they appreciate any attention.
I was typing out a long thing about different types of women liking different types of attention, but it all kind of boiled down to, figure out if she's a whore, figure out what kind of whore and then you're in. On reflection maybe just set your standards higher, sounds like she's quite full of herself. You probably dodged a bullet there OP.
#23, we don't know about that. First, I'd like to know what his "friendly conversation starter" was. Was it "ur hawt!" or was it something that was specific to her and well thought out? People generally like others with self-confidence. When it's in the right amount, we call it "self-assured," but when it's overdone, it's "cocky." Without knowing his opening move, it's hard to judge her reply.
28 - Completely agree. For all we know OP came off to the girl as a creep, and I'm sure most girls would agree some guys just won't take a friendly no thanks and will keep pestering until a little attitude is necessary then its all "shes a bitch, shes not even nice anyways".