No one likes being rejected or getting turned down.
Not only can it be damaging to the ego, but if it’s done in haste or plain bad taste it can really rock a guy’s confidence and send him on a downward spiral.
These days, however, more and more millennial women skip the logistics.
They take a more passive-aggressive approach to letting a guy know she is not interested, causing blurred lines or what is considered the “curve.” To help clear up any confusion, here are six of the most common “curves” women use today when rejecting a guy and some respectful alternatives to letting him down easily.
We al have things to do but if a person wants to make time to see you – they will.
A “maybe” or saying you have to “check and see” is a clear sign of hesitancy and disinterest. The more we express ourselves the more we like you.
Yet most of us aren't fashion models or Hollywood stars.
Most of us are real, down-to-earth people who have a few extra curves or pounds.
It wasn’t so long ago that there was still a certain stigma attached to online dating, but now everyone does it; in fact, now one in three couples meet online it proves that when you’re ready to find a date, this is the ideal way to do it.
Many stamps are written using non-standard letters, similar to those in epigraphic inscriptions. Paul Tyers has created a Unicode True Type font comprising more than 300 special characters which can be used in search strings.
Since the stamps have attributed dates it is possible to compare dating curves of diffe-rent sites (here Aislingen, Velsen, Rheingönheim and Saalburg) using the percentages of datable stamps at intervals of 5 years.
A map of the midpoints of the geographical distribution of individual potters.
The colors represent the different production centres.
Search for datingcurves:
Comparison of seven lichenometric dating curves from southern Norway, suggesting a good overall correspondence in regression of thallus size (x) as function of moraine age (y) (adapted from Matthews 1994).