How to Say No to a Date?


To say no to a date is really very simple, just say no. You don't need to make up excuses or little white lies because then they will just ask again.
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How to Say No to a Date
You've been asked out by someone who you are not attracted to or that you just think of as a friend. We've all been there. The confusing, and often hardest and most uncomfortable part, is telling the person that you are not interested.... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
In my personal experience, saying no to a date can be very awkward if not done right. The best way to say no is just to be honest and polite. You do not have to over complicate your negative reply with bogus reasons. No means no and that is just fine.
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