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"You are so full of yourself"

(15 Posts)
Inexperiencedchick Wed 11-Jan-17 20:37:17

Am I?

Agreed last week (from OLD) to meet up today. So nothing confirmed until Monday. I message online asking the place and the time. So he is online on Monday, yesterday and today during a day. No confirmation. Then at 6:30 this evening a message saying "Shall we meet up in a local pub?"

Didn't want to reply but did at the end saying no chance for him to meet me, maybe someone else will be okay with that kind of behaviour. And got a reply that I'm so full of myself.
Am I? What would you do?

BlueKarou Wed 11-Jan-17 20:49:37

Ignore, walk away, try again with someone else.

I would leave it. Not worth the stress of trying to justify yourself to someone you have no investment in. Let him think what he wants.

You've made it clear that you won't tolerate that sort of behaviour, and he's made it clear that he's a tosser.

On to the next one!!!

Inexperiencedchick Wed 11-Jan-17 20:58:13

I left it as it is. I didn't even block him. Won't give him that kind of pleasure...

honeyroar Wed 11-Jan-17 20:59:05

No more cricket is right. Some pillocks are easier to spot than others, he's one of them!

Gallavich Wed 11-Jan-17 20:59:29

Why do you ask what to do? You write him off as a twat and move on.

BantyCustards Wed 11-Jan-17 21:00:50

Next....

Inexperiencedchick Wed 11-Jan-17 21:01:42

Gallavich, usually I doubt myself. Thus a thread here...

GrandDesespoir Wed 11-Jan-17 21:25:24

No, not full of yourself; you just have a modicum of self-respect. I can't stand it when people leave you hanging and then expect you to drop everything at a moment's notice. To do that on a first date is pretty shoddy and unattractive behaviour, imo.

silkflowers Wed 11-Jan-17 23:43:25

Ignore him, I wouldn't give him the satisfaction of a reply. He behaved shoddily and you did well to tell him you didn't want to meet up.

MsStricty Thu 12-Jan-17 13:00:57

He's projecting (in other words, he's telling you what he is, not what you are). Dodged a bullet, OP.

BantyCustards Thu 12-Jan-17 13:04:04

Stricty is right

Inexperiencedchick Thu 12-Jan-17 19:00:56

After an hour he wrote back again saying he would like to meet me. I blocked him, but before blocking he even explained his words saying I'm bossy 😳 After that statement I blocked him, then deleted my profile too just to have a little brake. I was getting fed up with OLD a bit so it was easy decision.
Thank you ladies for all your help and support 💐

BantyCustards Thu 12-Jan-17 19:52:45

What a prince 😫

GeekyWombat Thu 12-Jan-17 20:21:44

He was clearly hedging his bets in case he got a better offer.

You definitely did better and did the right thing. But don't delete your profile permanently because of him - there are lovelier people out there and you deserve to find one.

Good luck!

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