by ending things, frankly it's difficult not to consider the option of doing nothing and simply letting things "drift off"! We will keep your information on file and if we get lonely after a night of drinking and other debauchery, we may contact you. In all the emails I sent out, I always felt better and thanked each girl who at least responded to me saying they weren't interested.So what's the consensus out there these days in "Online Dating Land" re: saying "thanks, but no thanks"....? I wished them good luck and thanked them for writing back.
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I also tell them I wish more women were as courteous as they are.
Whenever I receive an email from a girl I'm not interested in, I thank them for taking the time to write me and I tell them I just don't think we're a good fit. In all the emails I sent out, I always felt better and thanked each girl who at least responded to me saying they weren't interested.
Is it better to drop a note and politely say "no thanks", etc. Well, if you were in a public setting and someone came up to you and said hello, that you weren't interested in talking to, ask this: Would you listen to their "hello", then just turn around and walk away without saying a word to them? : One of the reasons so many of us complain about "how people are getting these days" is because folks are getting to comfortable ignoring people, or flat-out being rude to people online, since it's "safe" to do so.
The problem is, the more you do it, the more you do it some more, and more, and eventually it will shape the way you interact with people face-to-face, too.
At the same time, some girls will just let it go as well. I recently learned the hard way that guys are like this as well.