By Aaron Traister, REDBOOK
DEAR WHYS GUY:
"I live in a large apartment complex, and I'm friendly toward all my neighbors. In the past six months, three gentleman on my floor have separately asked me out on a date. I have politely declined because I don't want to date men in my building-things could become awkward, and I don't want to deal with that. Now when all three of these guys see me, they don't talk to me, and sometimes they mutter rude comments under their breath. And no, I don't think they know each other.
"My question is: Should I start being meaner? Just because I'm nice to a man, does that automatically mean he thinks I want to date him?"
DEAR REDBOOK READER:
I'm not sure if this is a guy thing or more of a crappy neighbors thing. Muttering rude stuff under your breath simply because you got turned down for a date is the mark of a burgeoning psychopath. Most normal guys getRead More »from Dear Whys Guy: “Why Do Men Think My Politeness Means I’m Interested in Them?”