Let me explain the background of this story that will shade some more light into this.Vulpine said:Here is the lack of class thing again. What kind of scumbag breaks up with someone via e-mail.
First off I met her through online, she contacted me first (she liked my profile) and then we exchanged a few emails and I got her number. When I called her up she was taken a bit back with my accent (I have a slight Eastern European accent, in which she thought it was Russian but its far from it) Then I ask her to meet me at this pool hall/bar/game room/: she tells me that its a bit far for her to drive all the way there (she lived about 20-25 mins away in a car). So I told her that's fine I will find a closer location to her house and either call her and email her the details. So I ended up emailing her another Bar location with a pool hall/bar type and two hours later she sends me this email. I think my direct approach and my accent/background was not her style even though she said she thought I looked cute in the picture.
I was trying to prove that I am not an idiot and did not believe her one bit, yet I am going to take the higher road on this one and let it be by giving her a small dose of a clever response. I could care less what she does with it, this was for my own entertainment and amusement.GirlCrazy said:Ask yourself what you were trying to prove, and to whom.
Its already been done lol I am meeting a buddy of mine for wings and drinks and he already send me an email back saying: "I am looking forward toward our business meeting so we can discuss domestic relations" lol. That is the good thing about rejections, you learn from it, laugh it up and move on.GirlCrazy said:I would have forwarded it to a few of my buddies though: "OMG check this out - a rejection that looked like it came from the HR department!"