She's a Muslim, and she has rejected a non-religious guy.
It seems she was honest with the guy by giving a clear answer that she didn't want a relationship with him; but if she was indeed honest, why didn't she just tell the truth that she's a Muslim? - even some 'dishonest' girls use such religious excuses.
Is that because she was not interested in that guy at all, and afraid the guy would say "i don't mind" when knowing she's a Muslim?
Why didn't she use the religious excuse? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 03-01-2013 22:53
- 03-01-2013 23:18
Maybe because she's just full on not interested and wanted to be honest, rather than blaming it on something else?
- 03-01-2013 23:26
Religion can be a very personal thing and not everyone feels like discussing it openly with other people, especially if those people aren't from the same religion as you.
- 03-01-2013 23:33
We will never know why she rejected you OP. All we can do is speculate with maybe[s].
Just forget it and move on.
- 04-01-2013 00:40
What's it to you? Are you the guy she rejected?
- 04-01-2013 00:44
I must've missed the part where the fact she rejected you implies that it was because of her religion and you know, not any other reasons...Spoiler:Showlike the fact that you can't grow a pair and take it on the chin
- 04-01-2013 00:47
I take it you were the guy? Her religion is probably really personal to her and she didn't want to bring it in as usually some people don't understand unless their the same religion. Or she's just embarrassed and ashamed to be a Muslim and doesn't feel comfortable admitting that she can't be in a relationship with the person because of religion. But its very likely that it could be down to the fact she really wasn't interested in you and your probably reading into this way more than you should be. Unless you really liked her, move on OP!