Are you saying he texted or called you and asked you out again or tried to communicate w/ you as though he is assuming you guys will go out again?I decided to not respond to the "titterer". I figured since we'd only met up for coffee once, that I didnt owe him a "breakup" email or text....I do feel a little bad though. Did i do the wrong thing?
In that case, I would respond and decline politey and give a brief explanation of "no chemistry," "better off as friends," "pursuing something w/ someone else" etc.
Sometimes, the guy knows the dated sucked and/or that I didn't enjoy myself and he won't call to ask for another date (he'll hint while still on the date that he hopes for another date but when I repeatedly give off "not interested" signals on the date, he won't follow up w/ a call). In those instances, I don't bother to call/text/email just to tell him what he already knows...that I'm not interested.
Or sometimes, I will go out w/ a guy and he will suspect I didn't enjoy myself so he will send a "feeler" text/email or leave a "feeler" voicemail, saying something like, "what's new?" or "how are you doing?"
In that case, I may or may not respond. If I do, it's very curt like, "not much" or "fine thnx" and they usually get the hint after a couple of those msgs.
But if a guy contacts me to say, "I had a great time and I can't wait to see you again. Are you free on Friday?" then I will respond and politely tell him I'm not interested.
Wow, the titter was that annoying to you? LOL
Would you consider telling him that, i.e., for future reference? LOL