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    I told a guy a while ago that I liked him and had feelings for him. At the time he rejected me and threw it back in my face and was quite nasty with his voice and smirking when he did it. He made statements like 'you had your chance', 'I lost interest' and 'I can't go out with someone for just their looks'. I felt pretty hurt by these statements at the time and wondered why anyone would behave like this to someone they were initially interested in as he did like me before he rejected me.

    I moved on but what I don't get is since he has asked if I would meet up with him. I am pretty unsure as I don't know if I should give him a chance or move on. I just found his behaviour was disrespectful and don't know if he would behave like this in a relationship. He never apologised for the way behaved which shows he is stubborn. I don't know anyone who would act like that to a love interest or even someone they don't like. Please can I have some advice.
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    I told a guy a while ago that I liked him and had feelings for him. At the time he rejected me and threw it back in my face and was quite nasty with his voice and smirking when he did it. He made statements like 'you had your chance', 'I lost interest' and 'I can't go out with someone for just their looks'. I felt pretty hurt by these statements at the time and wondered why anyone would behave like this to someone they were initially interested in as he did like me before he rejected me.

    I moved on but what I don't get is since he has asked if I would meet up with him. I am pretty unsure as I don't know if I should give him a chance or move on. I just found his behaviour was disrespectful and don't know if he would behave like this in a relationship. He never apologised for the way behaved which shows he is stubborn. I don't know anyone who would act like that to a love interest or even someone they don't like. Please can I have some advice.
    Send him my profile picture.
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    He doesn't sound like someone to waste time on. He disrespected you and didn't even apologise before trying to carry on some kind of relationship. Personally, I'd decline the invitation. I wouldn't want to be messed around. If you think something is there, go for it, but remember that he will still have the same personality and will still be the same person.
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    I told a guy a while ago that I liked him and had feelings for him. At the time he rejected me and threw it back in my face and was quite nasty with his voice and smirking when he did it. He made statements like 'you had your chance', 'I lost interest' and 'I can't go out with someone for just their looks'. I felt pretty hurt by these statements at the time and wondered why anyone would behave like this to someone they were initially interested in as he did like me before he rejected me.

    I moved on but what I don't get is since he has asked if I would meet up with him. I am pretty unsure as I don't know if I should give him a chance or move on. I just found his behaviour was disrespectful and don't know if he would behave like this in a relationship. He never apologised for the way behaved which shows he is stubborn. I don't know anyone who would act like that to a love interest or even someone they don't like. Please can I have some advice.
    Cut him off and move on. You don't need to deal with silly little boys who play head games.

    There are plenty of people who know how to treat others right and respectfully, don't waste your time on this guy.
 
 
 
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