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Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 08:55 AM

Rejection is the root of tons of guy problems. Striking up conversations, asking the girl out, going in for the kiss...pretty much everything from start to finish is all centered around the nagging possibility of rejection. There is one sure way to avoid rejection. It's a secret that a lot of guys I know are keeping all to themselves: It's called Not Even Trying. I mean, if you don't try, how can she reject you, right? Stay at home, play X-Box, and never leave your house. Order pizza in every night so that you don't have to leave your home and possibly meet a girl who might reject you. Of course, that's if you WANT to be a loser. If not, then it's time to realize that the biggest obstacle out there is NOT rejection...it is YOUR FEAR of rejection. As the old saying goes, "Courage is being afraid and doing it anyway." I have found that dealing with women is like playing the stock market. Diversify, diversify, diversify. Some people will invest in only one company, and if something bad happens, everything goes to hell. Other people will spread their portfolios over a wide range of stocks, funds, bonds, etc. and they can handle it if one or two doesn't go so great. But one thing is absolutely certain -- you won't make a dime in the stock market if you don't invest in it. Anything worth anything requires some measure of risk. After Thomas Edison had hit a long period of stumbling blocks in his work, he was asked by someone if he had any results to show for all his work. Edison replied, "Results! Why, man, I have gotten a lot of results. I know several thousand things that won't work." That should be the male attitude toward rejection.

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Posted on Dec 27, 2011 at 05:31 PM

Gig I love your comments so much hahaha! No mas mamacita pero mas tequila por favor!

 

And as to the question posited by the blogger, no ask no rejection.  It is all part of the game


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Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 04:54 PM

Gig, Why would anyone reject you,,,,,awww


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Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 10:42 PM

No mas... No Mas... Mamacita!!! Chew can make luv to me now bebe!

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Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 12:36 PM

I've been rejected so many times I should win an award...

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Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 07:41 AM

HPD courage actually means not caring and just accepting resignation to your fate. In my case it's first the issue of actually being able to find one who isn't spoken for and who fits the search criterea and who wants to be asked out and kissed,in which case you need the right signals from the girl (green light) first,before thinking about being able to ask her out or kiss her.That's catch 22 and it's easy to confuse a bloke walking away because the girl doesn't fit all,or even any,of those criterea (getting a red light) with the bloke walking away because he's scared of rejection.Part of that does mean sometimes giving up on those typical meeting places because experience tells you that most,if not all,the girls there,who 'seem' to be single,are actually either spoken for and just out with their friends or they are spoken for and with a bloke. It's obvious that you're not basing your ideas on looking for a young wife.The good ones are mostly,if not all,spoken for from the time of their early teens and usually their relationships are based on blokes of around their own age that they've met in school or at parties.The exceptions to that are girls like Nicola Philpot and the ones I knew and lost out with who went for (much) older blokes instead.Ironically that's exactly the type of girl who I need to find now I'm older. Anything other than that is a compromise from my point of view and rejection becomes even more of an inevitable problem,at an ever increasing rate,as you get older.I'd be a very rich if I'd had a pound every time I've heard that old advice,usually given by those who've been lucky enough in life not to have experienced the real meaning of rejection themselves,that it's all about trying.My answer to them is that I've never exactly been fighting off the available girls,that I've met,with a stick. It's obvious that you're looking for a totally different type of relationship to the type which I am,which means that your perceptions and definitions,concerning the issues of rejection and how to deal with them,are totally different to mine. But there's a big difference between (what should be) monogamous human relationships and the total opposite of that of spreading your investments wisely on the stock market.Which probably shows some of the differences,in your thinking,compared to mine.

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Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 04:03 AM

REJECT, REJECT.


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