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Ladies, What Is Scary? A Desperado?

Something flashed across my mind this morning, which I thought I should get the insight of the ladies here on, guys you can join too but be merciful with your comments.

The thing (a thought) was about my very first effort at trying to woo a girl some years back. Being a very shy guy, I had allowed a lot of girls who seemed interested to pass me by before then, mostly to older or loaded guys, so for this girl I did many rehearsals before approaching her and to be candid the lady in question gave me many lifelines, or so I thought, to make my approach. On this fateful day, after many failed efforts to approach, I decided that I have to complete the task by following the lady after the morning Mass that day (a Saturday I could still remember). But when the time came, all I could do was walk on by, quickly I said to myself not again and I retraced my steps walked up to the lady, introduced myself, did a little talking and finally collected her e-mail address (back then phone was not within the range of most of us).

Now here is the main thing, that same day after getting the girl's email I rushed to the internet cafe to say the rest thing I couldn't say when we spoke, and you know what? I never get to see that lady again and she didn't bother to respond to those emails sent. Once in a while when I remember that experience, I always laugh at my naivety and stupidity, I think I'm much better and mature now though.

But one thing which I still couldn't understand is what could have driven the lady in question away. Did I present myself as a desperado? I'm curious.

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She wasn't digging you simples

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Maybe she didn't like u. Or she. Probably has her. Reasons. Who knows or maybe its the way u approached her

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Well sometimes women do that, to get rid of the guy quickly.

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She prolly wasn't really interested.

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