You obviously jump at the opportunity with one person in mind: her. But to your dismay, you get a response that poses a problem for many singles: the dreaded “maybe.” For those of you who are not familiar with the dreaded “maybe,” it translates into two things in the online dating world: 1.) I’m really not that interested right now, but if there is nothing else to do this weekend…And you don’t know whether to ask another girl at the risk of losing her approval. Next time she presents you with a dreaded “maybe,” do the following in order: 1.) Tell her that you look forward to the date, but will settle for asking someone else if she cannot attend.Showing that you have other options (competition) will increase the value and desire of this opportunity. Obviously, don’t use the word “deadline” (you’re dating, not writing a newspaper).It really isn't and it reminds me of just how selfish human beings can be.
I mean‚ if you don't want this partner of yours‚ why shouldn't the other people have him or her? Maybe I am meant to meet my future husband through my friend." Khaya said that the exes rule was a clear example of how people only wanted to believe in fate when it suited them.
For example: Woman A – “I’m really sorry, I can’t see the show on Saturday. Is there any way we can have coffee or lunch on Sunday? Woman A delivers the bad news directly and offers to amend the situation.