As a young woman, I have standards. High standards, and probably a lot of them.
I will never apologize for that, especially when you think I’m a "b*tch" for turning you down.
I have a right to those standards. I don’t care that you think I should lower them for you. ‘Cause I won’t. I never will.
And trust me, you’re not the first guy I’ve ever turned down. You won’t be the last. I’ll keep doing it because I have the right to.
I shouldn’t settle for anything less than I deserve just because you want to get with me.
If this really has your panties in a wad, just go find a girl who has the standards you’re looking for. That girl isn’t me. You might as well spend your efforts on someone who’ll actually fall for your games.
The fact that you’re so pissed off about this just proves that you’re the douche you’re claiming not to be. And I definitely don’t date douche bags.
If you wanted any kind of chance with me, get your act together. I’d become the kind of person someone actually wants to date.
Because you’re definitely not the type of guy I’d ever consider. I’ll find someone ten thousand times better than you.
I might wait ten years for that day, but I believe it’ll come. I’ll find somebody worthy of what I deserve.
I don’t have any apologies if you feel like I’m being an awful human being. I know that’s not who I am. I’m just being fair.
Fair to myself, to you, to everyone. I wouldn’t be if I was doing anything else.
I’m waiting for the person who is right for me. If I turn you down, I’m just freeing you to be with the person who’s right for you.
Don’t look at this like it’s a bad thing, but something hopeful. This rejection is just setting you up for something better in the future.
That’s why I’m so not sorry for turning you down. If you’ll excuse me, I’m gonna go find the people that deserve me.
Call me when you’re actually worth my time.
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