Rejection Ladies, Why can't some men handle it.

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#1 Sep 26, 2009
I just want your thoughts and opinions. Guys are welcome to share their experiences with crazy ladies. Let Nosh!
Autumskye

Mentor, OH

#2 Sep 26, 2009
It hurts their ego and their pride from what I hear.

“think out of the box”

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#3 Sep 26, 2009
It's a very good question. There have been studies that have said that women recover faster than men from break ups but I'm not sure how accurate those were - I'll see what I can find.

I've known plenty of men that have recovered just fine - it's just there are so many on Topix who are still sitting in their own messes, whining and crying and sounding just like the "bitches" that they claim to hate.

It's to the point where I full out laugh at these whiny little babies, now - but, I've learned a lot from them.....and they have given us a lot of indicators to look for in men (at least, we single women) that we want to avoid.

ANY time I discuss my ex with anyone (in public), I am kind about him. He was a sh*t to me but he gave me a great child and he adores her - that's all that matters to me about him, now.

Also, I know how unattractive it is for someone to sit and bitch about an ex or the opposite sex. These guys who are so ugly and angry about it are only going to attract the ugly and angry girls - or the weak ones who've been abused and have no idea how to defend themselves - physically, mentally or emotionally.

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#4 Sep 26, 2009
Autumskye wrote:
It hurts their ego and their pride from what I hear.
Yes. I was a senior in HS. This freshman boy liked me and asked me out. I said no in a nice way. He figured out my schedule and would be at the door when I walked out my class or he would be at my locker. This lasted for a month. He moved on to my Freshman sister. Big mistake. My sister is built like a Amazon Warrior. Shes beautiful but has terrorize boys since she was 12. Well he pulled the same crap and I don't know what she said but he was gone. This boy I was told will find where you live and stake out in your yard. My Step Father was the Cheif of POlice and served in the Military and ranked officer. Karl would have scared this hapless boy with his rifle. Not if Marguerite didn't kick his a ss first.

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#5 Sep 26, 2009
paintedquote wrote:
It's a very good question. There have been studies that have said that women recover faster than men from break ups but I'm not sure how accurate those were - I'll see what I can find.
I've known plenty of men that have recovered just fine - it's just there are so many on Topix who are still sitting in their own messes, whining and crying and sounding just like the "bitches" that they claim to hate.
It's to the point where I full out laugh at these whiny little babies, now - but, I've learned a lot from them.....and they have given us a lot of indicators to look for in men (at least, we single women) that we want to avoid.
ANY time I discuss my ex with anyone (in public), I am kind about him. He was a sh*t to me but he gave me a great child and he adores her - that's all that matters to me about him, now.
Also, I know how unattractive it is for someone to sit and bitch about an ex or the opposite sex. These guys who are so ugly and angry about it are only going to attract the ugly and angry girls - or the weak ones who've been abused and have no idea how to defend themselves - physically, mentally or emotionally.
Aren't whiny crybaby's who can't understand no and goodbye annoying. I don't even remember half my ex's because of just that. They are an ex.

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#6 Sep 26, 2009
Autumskye wrote:
It hurts their ego and their pride from what I hear.
Yes a Male Ego is so fragile. To be told no, wounds their pride. Hey lady I am the King Gorilla and I can't on my chest. What, no? You don't like me? What did I do wrong. I can fix it. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

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#7 Sep 26, 2009
Ladies I think we have some bent out of shape men prowling around here. To p ussy to come out and say what they feel. I extended the invitation to them, did I not to share their feelings? Come on Pansies and man up. Show yourselves.

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#8 Sep 26, 2009
greeneyedmexi wrote:
Ladies I think we have some bent out of shape men prowling around here. To p ussy to come out and say what they feel. I extended the invitation to them, did I not to share their feelings? Come on Pansies and man up. Show yourselves.
No kidding.

I made a clear point of stating that NOT ALL MEN ARE LIKE THIS......but, the squeaky wheels get the grease and there are some seriously squeaky wheels on Topix.

And, there are plenty of men on here that laugh their asses off at them, just like we do.

OK - almost 2 am so I have to get to sleep or I'll be useless tomorrow.

Have a great night, hon.

Keep your eye on the light - it's there and waiting for you.

:)

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#9 Sep 27, 2009
paintedquote wrote:
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No kidding.
I made a clear point of stating that NOT ALL MEN ARE LIKE THIS......but, the squeaky wheels get the grease and there are some seriously squeaky wheels on Topix.
And, there are plenty of men on here that laugh their asses off at them, just like we do.
OK - almost 2 am so I have to get to sleep or I'll be useless tomorrow.
Have a great night, hon.
Keep your eye on the light - it's there and waiting for you.
:)
Thanks. Morning, Morning. I think its the rejected men who can't show their faces.

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#10 Sep 27, 2009
Rejection does not bother me. Its better than a woman stringing you along for free meals and movies or whatever. Besides I know I am a good catch.

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#11 Sep 27, 2009
tampabayallstar wrote:
Rejection does not bother me. Its better than a woman stringing you along for free meals and movies or whatever. Besides I know I am a good catch.
Stringing along someone isn't nice at all.

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#12 Sep 27, 2009
What I am talking about is guys who can't get the picture or girls, that you do not want to be with them. At Virginia Tech this quiet mannered girl shot this girl and others I think out of being rejected. You hear on tv about a man or woman is killed or kidnapped by someone they rejected. My crazy Amazon Warrior Princess younger sister had a stalker her freshman year. This boy was known to camp out in girls yards until the police was called or Daddy got the shotgun. What this boy didn't know was guys have been terrified of my sister Marguerite sine like 5 grade. He would figure out her schedule, wait on her. Be at her locker. It stopped fast cause I think my sister threatened him with his life. You see Celebrity Stalkers that end up going to jail. Why bother? If the person makes it clear, then why not cut your losses and move on? I am interested in what our fellow has to say.

“The King is Back!”

Since: Apr 09

San Diego,California

#14 Sep 27, 2009
greeneyedmexi wrote:
I just want your thoughts and opinions. Guys are welcome to share their experiences with crazy ladies. Let Nosh!
Rejection? I've never experienced that!lol Just kidding! I have had a few women reject me but I just take it in stride. For some men it does bruise their ego and they don't know how to take it. But I don't have a huge ego so it doesn't affect me in that way. Some women find me attractive--some don't. That's just the way it is. I learned how to deal with rejecting in high school a lot. I was a skinny kid with braces and bad acne!lol Not too many girls were checking me out. It was until I got to college and I lost the braces and acne,and started excersizing more. Then I got a lot more attention from the ladies. I guess you could say I was a late bloomer. That's why I appreciate all the compliments I get now,because it's all relatively new to me. But I tell guys that rejection is a part of life. And there are plenty fish in the sea!

“The King is Back!”

Since: Apr 09

San Diego,California

#15 Sep 27, 2009
greeneyedmexi wrote:
What I am talking about is guys who can't get the picture or girls, that you do not want to be with them. At Virginia Tech this quiet mannered girl shot this girl and others I think out of being rejected. You hear on tv about a man or woman is killed or kidnapped by someone they rejected. My crazy Amazon Warrior Princess younger sister had a stalker her freshman year. This boy was known to camp out in girls yards until the police was called or Daddy got the shotgun. What this boy didn't know was guys have been terrified of my sister Marguerite sine like 5 grade. He would figure out her schedule, wait on her. Be at her locker. It stopped fast cause I think my sister threatened him with his life. You see Celebrity Stalkers that end up going to jail. Why bother? If the person makes it clear, then why not cut your losses and move on? I am interested in what our fellow has to say.
Those type of people are deranged. They can't deal with rejection well. Anyone like that is clearly UNSTABLE and should seek counseling. They are a disaster just waiting to happen.

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#16 Sep 27, 2009
tampabayallstar wrote:
Rejection does not bother me. Its better than a woman stringing you along for free meals and movies or whatever. Besides I know I am a good catch.
THANK YOU!!!!

I love it when the real men rise tot he surface!!

Rejection is a part of life...and, sometimes the failure or ending of a relationship is meant to be.

Some people are meant to be in our lives for only certain periods of time...we glean things out of those experiences which hopefully make future ones more successful and enjoyable.

And, that applies to not only romantic relationships but also friendships and business relationships.

Also, "moving on" is different than rejection, too.

How people handle their exes indicates how they feel about this, too. Personally, I am friendly with 90% of my exes - including my ex husband.

It's the right thing to do as an example to children, imo.

Thank you for your post.

:)

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#17 Sep 27, 2009
KING JABBAR wrote:
<quoted text>Rejection? I've never experienced that!lol Just kidding! I have had a few women reject me but I just take it in stride. For some men it does bruise their ego and they don't know how to take it. But I don't have a huge ego so it doesn't affect me in that way. Some women find me attractive--some don't. That's just the way it is. I learned how to deal with rejecting in high school a lot. I was a skinny kid with braces and bad acne!lol Not too many girls were checking me out. It was until I got to college and I lost the braces and acne,and started excersizing more. Then I got a lot more attention from the ladies. I guess you could say I was a late bloomer. That's why I appreciate all the compliments I get now,because it's all relatively new to me. But I tell guys that rejection is a part of life. And there are plenty fish in the sea!
Hey King - glad to see you here!

And, you are so right....even the most beautiful women and most handsome men are rejected in their lives...

...chemistry is what it is and external beauty just doesn't encompass it all.

EVERYONE has been passed on by someone they wanted at one time or another - it IS just a fact of life.

I DO think that HOW someone breaks up or says "no thank you" to someone can have an effect.....but, again, SO not reflective of a whole gender or a while nation of a gender.

What is your take on the American men who constantly express their hate for American women?

As a man, what do you think is the base motivation for that?

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#18 Sep 27, 2009
greeneyedmexi wrote:
What I am talking about is guys who can't get the picture or girls, that you do not want to be with them. At Virginia Tech this quiet mannered girl shot this girl and others I think out of being rejected. You hear on tv about a man or woman is killed or kidnapped by someone they rejected. My crazy Amazon Warrior Princess younger sister had a stalker her freshman year. This boy was known to camp out in girls yards until the police was called or Daddy got the shotgun. What this boy didn't know was guys have been terrified of my sister Marguerite sine like 5 grade. He would figure out her schedule, wait on her. Be at her locker. It stopped fast cause I think my sister threatened him with his life. You see Celebrity Stalkers that end up going to jail. Why bother? If the person makes it clear, then why not cut your losses and move on? I am interested in what our fellow has to say.
Sorry I meant boy shot this girl

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#19 Sep 27, 2009
KING JABBAR wrote:
<quoted text>Rejection? I've never experienced that!lol Just kidding! I have had a few women reject me but I just take it in stride. For some men it does bruise their ego and they don't know how to take it. But I don't have a huge ego so it doesn't affect me in that way. Some women find me attractive--some don't. That's just the way it is. I learned how to deal with rejecting in high school a lot. I was a skinny kid with braces and bad acne!lol Not too many girls were checking me out. It was until I got to college and I lost the braces and acne,and started excersizing more. Then I got a lot more attention from the ladies. I guess you could say I was a late bloomer. That's why I appreciate all the compliments I get now,because it's all relatively new to me. But I tell guys that rejection is a part of life. And there are plenty fish in the sea!
Late Bloomer! Me too. Picture this buck teeth, braces, bowl hair cut. I know about rejection. It hurts but I was not going to humilate myself by pushing the issue. There is someone for everyone.

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#20 Sep 27, 2009
KING JABBAR wrote:
<quoted text>Those type of people are deranged. They can't deal with rejection well. Anyone like that is clearly UNSTABLE and should seek counseling. They are a disaster just waiting to happen.
The Virginia Tech guy there was sign after sign. He was in Drama and would write plays about raping, killing and getting revenge. His teachers just thought he was really odd. Well, he acted out his fantasy and a lot of people died.
Autumskye

Mentor, OH

#21 Sep 27, 2009
greeneyedmexi wrote:
<quoted text>Yes. I was a senior in HS. This freshman boy liked me and asked me out. I said no in a nice way. He figured out my schedule and would be at the door when I walked out my class or he would be at my locker. This lasted for a month. He moved on to my Freshman sister. Big mistake. My sister is built like a Amazon Warrior. Shes beautiful but has terrorize boys since she was 12. Well he pulled the same crap and I don't know what she said but he was gone. This boy I was told will find where you live and stake out in your yard. My Step Father was the Cheif of POlice and served in the Military and ranked officer. Karl would have scared this hapless boy with his rifle. Not if Marguerite didn't kick his a ss first.
That guy sounds like a stalker. She should have beat him up!

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