People Confess What Made Them Lose Their Interest In Their Crushes

When you fell head over heels for someone, there is barely anything you don’t like about them. You start to fall in love with the small things they do- the way they sneeze, the way their lips curve when they are trying to hide a smile. Everything.

But then there are certain unexpected things happening which make you wonder why did you ever like them. The below compilation is made up of the confessions made by people who lost their interest in crushes after an incident. Have a look.

 

1. When the other person seems disinterested, it will never work out.

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“We were getting to know each other and I realized she hadn’t asked me any questions whatsoever. Like if we’re really going to go to the effort of going out for a coffee date, then I expect people to contribute to their half of the conversation and actually make it easy for both of us to talk about each other and ourselves.”

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2. You are surrounded by signs and you should avoid none of them.

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“My senior year of high school, I really liked this one girl that I went to prom with, and ended up asking her out on the last day of school. We go out to this restaurant, and she is on her phone like 30% of the time. I’d ask her questions and it would be like “Umm….(looks up from phone)” every time. We go to a movie, and are sitting on the back row and she still has her phone out texting someone.

The sad part of the story is that I asked her out on two more dates after this, and she was just as disinterested. This experience taught me to cut my losses after the first date if you’re the one doing all the talking, because that’s a clear sign he / she is just not into you.”

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3. When awkward things happen out of the blue,

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“I had a date like that once.

It was kind of out of the blue, she was in the area and wanted to hang out.

Fine whatever.

So at her request I put on a movie. She won’t let me touch her, expects me to talk through the movie and contributes nothing. So basically for an hour and a half I have to hold a conversation by myself during a movie I quite like

But it gets worse. She smelled like she hadn’t bathed in a week and to top it all off took forever to leave my apartment once the movie was over.”

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4. If they don’t have any interest in you, it speaks loads about them.

“I once dated a guy who was so good looking but he asked no questions at all. He didn’t want to know if I had siblings? anything about my background? Nothing?? If they don’t wonder about the major things about you, they don’t really care. I got rid of him. On the flip side, there was one who wasn’t good looking but he had such a passionate interest in me… wanted to know EVERYTHING! He is one who will always have a piece of my heart..”

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5. When you go out with a crazy person.

“Our second date, we went out for a few drinks, she starts flirting with some random guy to see how I’d react. When I asked her w*f was she doing, she actually wanted me to fight for her, an actual fist fight.

I paid my tab and told her to find a ride home, then left.”

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6. No one likes to date themselves.

“She morphed into all almost exact copy of me, my likes became her likes, my opinions became her opinions, my hobbies became her hobbies, and as much as i like myself i didn’t want to date myself.”

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7. Self-obsessed much?

“My dad had a stroke and this girl I was seeing kept complaining to me that she was tired, feeling under the weather, and a bunch of other stuff. She just kept sending me these whiny texts complaining about every little thing while I was sitting in the hospital watching my dad break down because he couldn’t turn the pages while reading the newspaper.

Nice girl besides that, I hope she’s well.”

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8. Clinginess is the key if you want to scare someone off.

“Went on a first date with a girl. It went great and she seemed pleasantly normal.

2 days later after work whilst waiting for the train, she calls me. I pick up and she doesn’t say anything except “hi”. After her not talking for a good 10seconds, I initiated the conversation. She would just giggle in reply. I asked her why she was calling me if she wasn’t going to talk. Carried on giggling.

Told her I had to go, and was somewhat put off her by that. But I could deal with it.

The next day she text me “I miss you, I didn’t want to tell you, but I really really do miss you a lot”.

We had been on one date.

I noped out of there..”

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9. Definitely the smartest brain of the lot.

“I had a crush on one of my friend group for about 7 years (I’d asked her out and been rejected – no biggie; we stayed good friends).Last year a group of us went camping; at one point during the evening she pointed at the brightest star she could see and said “Is that really bright one the moon?”. Crush gone in a second.”

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10. Not really a feminist then, huh?

“She said “Well I’m definitely not going to go home with you after you made me split the bill at dinner! The last 14 guys all paid for my dinner.” Exact quote”

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11. So many questions and so fewer answers.

“I went on a date with this girl. She was talkative and asked questions about where I worked and what my hobbies were. Halfway through dinner, she asked how much I made each year, spat into her napkin, then went outside to smoke. I paid for our unfinished meals, then left.”

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12. Not a very dreamy was of kissing someone.

“Kissing her. She really was one of the worst kissers I’ve ever kissed. It really weirded me out because she was good looking, very s*xy and not naive. She’s also in her late 30s. But it felt like like she was trying to eat my mouth while shoving her tongue in and out. I stumbled back in surprise. My erection calmed right down, I think it was scared. We’re just friends now.”

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13. That’s one crazy woman right there.

“Not only did she try to be controlling.

Not only did she want me to go bare on our second date.

Not only did she try to tell me how to spend my own goddam*ed money and tell me how I’m allowed to raise my own future children.

At 26 years of age this crazy b***h still believed santa claus was real.”

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14. Unpleasant people at their worst.

“Went on a date to a hockey game (our college), no assigned seating, just general admission to the bleachers. After the first period she goes and sits with some other dude. Then comes back to see me at the end of the game and wants a ride home… I ended up marrying one of her friends”

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15. When you finally face the truth.

“I realized I didn’t actually like her, I just liked the idea of being with someone.”

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