Polite dating rejection letter
I seem to have the opposite problem of most of the women in your blog when it comes to online dating – too much of a good thing!I get a fair number of interesting replies and first messages and there are two things I’m struggling with.First, you can curb the flow of incoming responses by either deleting your photos or hiding your profile.
I’m sure you’re going to make some girl really happy one day. Sure, he can press you on WHY you didn’t feel it for him.First, is there an acceptable way to say, “My dance card is pretty full right now, but I’ll get back to you in a few weeks if none of those dates go further?” I can’t think of a good way to phrase this that doesn’t sound like the guy is “second choice” or a backup option – and usually he is a perfectly interesting and attractive person, not a second choice at all, but I don’t want to be in the situation of having three different dates every week and having to draw up a spreadsheet to keep track of them all!You can probably finesse the wording a little bit: It’s been really great getting to know you, but I have to tell you the truth: I started to see a guy and things are getting a little more serious.So I’m going to hide my profile on for now and see where things go.
Sure, he can write you a note that says that he thinks you’re a bitch and that you’ll die old alone. You can rest easy, knowing that you did the classy thing, and that there’s nothing else that you can do to make it go down any easier.