Women share stories of men rejecting them after shooting their shots

Women share stories of men rejecting them after shooting their shots

- A woman shared a tweet in which she narrated the story of how she was rejected by a man after taking her chance

- Many other women followed suit on Twitter by narrating their own rejection stories

- Men who read their posts had mixed reactions

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A woman identified on Twitter as @Mochievous recounted the story of how she was rejected by a man whom she liked a lot. According to her, she and the guy had gone out a couple of times. During one of these outings, she asked the dude if she could kiss him.

As an answer to her question, he said: "I'm so sorry if I gave the wrong impression, I just really like talking to you.” This experience recounted by @Mochievous inspired other women to also voice out their own rejection stories.

Take a look at her Twitter thread below:

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These bitter tales of rejection recounted by these women on Twitter have attracted the reactions of some guys. From the comments, it is evident that most men do not think ladies should make a big deal out of being rejected. According to the men who reacted, guys often get shunned by most ladies they ask out but they still move on with their lives

See the posts shared by the women below:

Reading the stories from the women, some men are wondering what the big deal is as they go through rejection all the time.

Read the reactions of some of the men below:

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Recently, Briefly.co.za reported the story of a African woman who was curved after shooting her shot at a fine young man on Twitter. When she revealed her feelings to him, he responded by sharing photos of himself and his girlfriend.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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