rejection Is painful

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rejection Is painful
« on: October 22, 2019, 09:27:13 PM »
I was reading during for exams in the morning when I saw this dark skin girl who was reading outside relaxing her back on a car. So I decided to use my fav line for ladies who are reading, on her. As i was approaching her, another guy came and started talking to her he was also holding handout, it seems he's her coursemates, he said something she laughed n he walked away. So I was confident she will laugh at my lines. But when I reached where she was I told her see the way fire is coming out from her head it seems she'll give marking scheme, this lady answered me rudely saying I'm distracting her, that I didn't even greet her. I said I greeted her. She said she didn't hear. Damn! I was pissed off i wanted reacting bt I just cool down n ask her if she's writing exams n she said yes. I told her Goodluck n went away. So far this is my worst rejection. (i know this has nothing to do with her exams she doesn't like me).

The night of that same day I met another girl while reading, as usual I approached collected her number and called but one thing I noticed is that I'm the one doing the most talking, she has never asked anything about me except my name. It seems she's not feeling me, I had to let go.
Answermachine what is the problem?

Re: rejection Is painful
« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2019, 11:51:11 AM »
Rejection is good. Nevertheless, do not feel bad. The end result is confidence.  More rejection, more confidence.  If you've read 'Wootalks', you'll relate.

For the second part of your question. Have you read the 'Femalsextapes?'

Re: rejection Is painful
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2019, 09:32:06 AM »
You don't have any problem. It seems your only problem is: you only read ChatDicted.

Anyone who has read 3 5 of our books will hardly ask, "What is going on?" Such a person already knows rejection is good.