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How would you tell a very nice man youre not interested in him knowing he likes you very much and you have a friend more suited for him? Went on a date w/someone I wasnt attracted to for a change but realized I cant see him w/no chemistry at all. He was incredibly sweet and too attentive.
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      Susan Dahringer wrote May 17, 2009
    • Good morning butterfly13

      I have found myself in a situation like that once before..The only thing to be in to be straightforward and honest with him.

      Susan




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      UK Girl wrote May 17, 2009
    • Be honest as you would hate it if it was you ...




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      Jenz ~ wrote May 17, 2009
    • Honesty’s a cool thing. Or, you could simply tell him you‘re just not wanting to date right now. Nothing wrong with that.




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      Carolnphil wrote May 17, 2009
    • Reminds me of high school.  I went out with this guy and there was absolutely no chemistry.  In fact, I found it difficult not to gag through the date.  He wanted to continue dating and I said the magical words, “let’s be friends.”




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      Tuliplady wrote May 17, 2009
    • I’d flat out tell him, “I’d like to fix you up with this friend of mine”

      I did that many years ago.  Introduced a guy I’d gone out with, who was totally sweet but not for me, to my roommate.  this summer they will have been married 21 years!




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      Butterfly13 wrote May 17, 2009
    • Thanks for your answers.  I have never had a problem telling a guy dont want to see you anymore considering most were “bad” boy jerks. This was a new experience for me actually....In fact Ive never been married because Im attracted only to jerks-LOL




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      Terri Quinn wrote Jun 5, 2009
    • I have to see someone more than once to know if there is any chemistry or not.

      You say that this guy was incredibly sweet and that you are only attracted to jerk’s. Well maybe you didn’t feel the chemistry because you’ve grown used to the way those guy’s treat you and in a matter of speaking can’t accept a guy who treat’s you right.  

      Lets put it this way...a woman stays in an abusive relationship because its all she knows. She has been “brain washed” into believing she deserves what she gets and deserves nothing better.In order for her to get out of this abusive situation she has to change her way of thinking.




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      Butterfly13 wrote Jun 5, 2009
    • In response to Terri8589- I have never understood the stay in an abusive relationship- be it verbal or physical-I personally have not had that experience.  I date guys once and realize by the end of the evening they are the “bad boy” types. I think we all have a physical chemistry like a magnet we are attracted to which cannot be helped.  Im more attracted to exotic, darker hair, mixed races rather then the boy next door which this blonde blue eyed overweight man next door was....I tried really I did but he kept calling me darling kept moving his chair closer.  Ironically went back to the restaurant-the waitress said I remember you- was that a blind date you were with? I laughed and told her the story-it was obvious we were not a good fit.




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