Every woman doesn’t want to date every man that’s out there. This could be for a myriad of different reasons, he may not be physically attractive, he may not be interesting, he may not have anything going for him, the list goes on. Unfortunately, there’s these times where he may be interested in you, and may even ask you out on a date. This isn’t the easiest thing for a woman to do, and none of us really want to be mean about it, unless he’s proven that he’s not the nicest of guys himself. Regardless, not many women know what they should say when this may pop up, and most just kind of end up being a little blank when the question is presented to them. It’s not easy, you do not want to hurt anyone’s feelings, and above all else, you don’t want to make a situation more awkward than it actually is. We know, we’ve all been there at one point.
Of course, the way that a woman may say know may play a part in what she thinks about the man. Firstly, this is one of the biggest mistakes, simply because they aren’t necessarily meaning to do it, and they want to be polite about it. Keep that in mind when a guy asks you out, and even though he may be totally repulsive, you’re going to have to be cordial about it. Most women are pretty good about this, but there still are some that come off a little snooty, even though they very well may have the best intentions at heart. There is even the chance that you’ll run into this guy again, and he may be totally different, maybe even the guy that you’re looking for.
Then, there’s what a woman would actually say when she’s presented with this question. It’s not the hardest thing to do, and most women just go with a couple of tried-and-true standbys. Really, anything works, most guys aren’t going to pry, especially implying that she’s just not into him. Most women find success with “I have a boyfriend,” but that may not be the case, liars! Truthfully, you should just tell him that you’re not into him, and it doesn’t hurt to tell him about what you may find semi-appealing to him. Of course, his pride may be a little hurt, so he’ll want to hear at least something nice. But, just saying he’s “nice” or “funny” won’t necessarily cut it, more often than not.