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Thread: Advice on how to cut things off with women I'm not interested in

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    Default Advice on how to cut things off with women I'm not interested in

    Gents - I wanted to get some advice on how to let three women that I'm talking to down easy. My objectives are to maintain a friendship (or at least not come off as an asshole) and make expectations clear that I no longer want to pursue them romantically. The problem with them is they are hb5's at best and I've been flirting with them but I know that I don't find them attractive enough to fark.

    I think one I can be blunt with and her feelings won't get hurt. The other two will be a little trickier since they want actual relationships with me and don't want to just fark. It's important to note that I haven't farked any of them. Should I just get in contact with each ASAP and tell them where I'm at? What's the best medium for that convo (text, phone or face to face)?

    I feel like I'd rather continue to see what's out there than mess around with these three any longer. Thanks in advance for your help!

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    Default Re: Advice on how to cut things off with women I'm not interested in

    Just tell them all that you're looking for nothing serious. This disclaimer typically filters out the girls who just want to fark you from those who want a relationship with you. If those girls are still around, start to edge off. Decrease the flirting and increase the amount of time it takes to respond. Instead of being a Push-Pull, just be a full on push.
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    Default Re: Advice on how to cut things off with women I'm not interested in

    Full on push along with sharing stories from a few weekends ago effectively tapered things off with the two relationship seekers. No harm, no foul and it's on with life for everyone. Thanks for the advice.


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