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    Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    Here's the the text I sent like two hours later after we agreed to meet. It just left a bad taste in my mouth that while we both enthusiastically agreed meet, it occurred to me that she invited me to the same fucking place she called me from tonight where she said was drinking with her co-workers.

    I don't know why I did not say, "thanks but no thanks"

    I'm already on her home turf going 15 miles by local transit bus there. With 20/20 hindsight two hours after our brief conversation-- I just felt I agreed to a pseudo date of sorts. If I have to hang with her co-workers, well, that 48-year old GRANDMOTHER (has her fucking "granddaughter in her Tinder picture she said two nights ago.

    Did I overreact sending the text below two hours after we already agreed to meet tomorrow?
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    Me: By the way, I barely know you. If I am supposed to get to know your co-workers before I even meet you 1-on1( because that's what it sounds like)--then I am just gonna pass and do something else tomorrow
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    If she does not respond to this text, the date is off! I think it's bullshit that she calls me from the exact same bar she is at with co-workers (what she said hours ago).

    I don't need this from a 48-year old grandmother.

    Especially with myself being a 42-year old without any kids.

    Maybe I am wrong here. But it DOES already look like a rotten plate I'll drop in advance if she does not call me. I am not gonna meet her despite us agreeing to the date. It took me a few hours to essentially think to myself, "HEY, my gut says it's not right to meet some woman at a place she hung out with her co-workers at.

    At worst she is politely blowing me off in advance with plausible deniability,

    At best she's showing me off.

    Still, the nerve of her saying, "meet me where I am drinking with my co-workers right now" leaves a bad taste in my mouth. Unless she offers an alternative, I have already effectively canceled that date.

    EDIT: She did not SAY she is gonna have co-workers at that date. But considering she called me saying the place I am meeting her was the very place she was "drinking with my co-workers" at, it looks to certainly be the case. If I do not get a return of my text demanding no co-workers, forget about her. A win/win, I suppose. Some would call this a shit test, as if anything could come from passing it. I call it a Declaration Of Not Being That Into Me. Could be wrong there. Am I jumping the gun here? I already changed my mind and all but said, "thanks but no thanks." Was I overreacting there?
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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    If she's 48, she's gotta work a little harder than that. Calling you over to some probably weak place that she goes to with co-workers is just lazy on her part. Sounds like it would be the wrong vibe. Your text was fine. Another option if she responds is to say that bar is not bad, but there are better options and suggest one yourself "Let's meet there". Get her to invest rather than her calling the shots. If she flakes, fuck her. If she commits, she's going to perceive your value as higher.

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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    Great suggestions and observations, Jagr. Yeah, if this date will happen, I think I'll be picking the place like you suggested.

    Either it happens in my frame (albeit my alternate place is still near her neighborhood and not mine), or fuck it!

    Thanks for saying I was not crazy for my response. It's just that I had a 6-pack of Coors beer and I fired off that "nah, no co-workers" sort of text.

    I felt it was slightly abrasive yet rightgeous.

    Yet did not know if I went too far at it?!

    Jagr, you are pretty solid at keeping your cool yet maintaining a fair yet firm hand.

    So if you say it is right, that makes me feel better for being slightly aggressive in essentially saying, "I'll see you, but not under your terms" sort of thing.

    Thanks, bro.

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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    I realize this is the Bachelor section and I'm more on the ghosting side of things, but I'm wondering why anyone would want to date or fuck a 48 year old? She's well past her prime and even the most wall-resisting woman will have expired by the time she's reached 45.

    Her SMV is that of a 12 year old boy. She's basically worthless. If you're thirsty and just want to get your dick wet, well, all I'd expend is the least amount of time and energy you can manage (zero money). I don't want to tell anyone what to do but as free validation for chicks who deserve none affects us all I would recommend not plating her. All she's good for is a pump & dump and that is an optimistic point of view.

    As I said, I realize this is the bachelor area, which is why I have chosen my words more carefully. But I don't see why any bachelor would be interested in an old hag, even if it's for a pump & dump.

    It's not a personal criticism, if you want to go for it, more power to you. Just my 2 cents and maybe some food for thought. If the juice is hardly worth the squeeze, imho go for a coke zero.
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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    I would say, no you didn't overreact. women do this exact type of thing you did all the time. So you should never feel bad about doing it to a woman.

    Say what you feel, you don't have to give a shit about her feelings. she doesn't like it? good. she can fuck right off.
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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    You could have just not shown up at the bar. I mean that's how the 20-something hotties here let me know what's up. Perhaps fifteen minutes after you agreed to meet send her a text explaining you didn't want to meet her co-workers. That's some passive aggressive shit. That's how the girls do it.
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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    You could have made a counteroffer. Maybe agree and flake, with a counteroffer? Meh - that's something chicks do.

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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    You did just fine. She is 48 thinking She is 20 years younger and expecting you to run the co-worker gauntlet for a chance to have sex with her.

    Being totally upfront like that means you just slapped her down hard and put her in her place.. I would have done the same thing so well done in my book.
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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    I agree with everyone else. The coworker/friend gauntlet is something I expect a teenage woman to pull, because they lack confidence in their own decision making and need someone else to help. The only time I would not be bothered by it if the coworker/friend is hotter and/or younger. Then I would purposefully flirt with the coworker/friend and it has two outcomes:

    1. The woman you are supposed to meet up become jealous/angry
    2. The women you are supposed to meet up has an increased perception of you.

    These however, are short term benefits (especially if you can score with the coworker). In the end, a woman that shows this type of red flag should be ditched faster than a twinkie at a Curves gym.

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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aintdealingwithyoshit View Post
    Her SMV is that of a 12 year old boy. She's basically worthless. If you're thirsty and just want to get your dick wet, well, all I'd expend is the least amount of time and energy you can manage (zero money). I don't want to tell anyone what to do but as free validation for chicks who deserve none affects us all I would recommend not plating her. All she's good for is a pump & dump and that is an optimistic point of view.
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    You did just fine. She is 48 thinking She is 20 years younger and expecting you to run the co-worker gauntlet for a chance to have sex with her.

    Being totally upfront like that means you just slapped her down hard and put her in her place..
    I would have done the same thing so well done in my book.
    Yeah, I kinda did slam her down hard in a sense. And exactly, she is THINKING she has the SMV she did in her early 30s or late 20s the way she went about that.

    But let me tell you, I would've not tolerated that shit from a 28-year old or even an 18-year old. Basically I set a boundary. Boundaries aren't about controlling how other people behave. Instead what boundaries are really about is about what I won't tolerate.

    At best it as just her being "lazy" as Jagr put it. At worst, it was some bitch trying to show off the fact that some chump was gonna buy her free drinks in front of her work pals. And yeah, you are totally right in saying she was basically putting me on trial for her friends. Or as you put it, "running the gauntlet," on me. I do like how you said that, yes indeed, I did put that post wall woman in her place.

    UPDATE: When I woke up I saw this text from her: "Ok - good luck."

    The fact that she was NOT gonna accommodate me and say she'd be fine with going to an alternate place just goes to show that either she is a social moron or did not think much of me in the first place. At worst, she was just trying to make me some chump who paid for her drinks in front of her co-workers. At best, she wanted to see if I'd worship that pussy pronto. Either way, not good enough for me. I was not even asking too much.

    20/20 hindsight said the two red flags were "A--showing her friggin grandkid in her profile." And B--ultimately, her profile hardly said ANYTHING about her interests.

    Here's a POF review from a guy warning other men not to settle for half-assed or empty profiles from women
    In closing, Some of these women can't get a date on POF or really anywhere else. And they are reason why. They are their own worst enemy. They screw themselves. And guys, Learn to read profiles. You can save yourself a lot of frustration if you will do it. Almost all of them tell on themselves in their writing. Some profiles are so short they tell very little about the person.
    If the woman you are looking at can't string enough words together to make a sentence, Or can't at least write a paragraph about herself,OR, All you see is "Anything you want to know,just ask." Skip her. Move on to the next one. Many women on these sites, As I said before,lack social skills. This is a pretty good indicator of that. Also, Many think they can get men simply with their good looks. They don't have to say anything. Which is true with most men. And needs to stop. Some men need to take their balls back.
    I love how he says, "men need to TAKE THEIR BALLS BACK." I felt like I screened out a professional dater perhaps. I refuse to pay for a dinner or to pay for more than a CHEAP pitcher of beer to split. Those days of chivlery are just so 20th century.

    Yeah, she looked good. But I've had better. So at least I can do something better tonight then audition for her in front of her co-worker pals. Good riddance to the date I canceled. I refused to prostrate myself before her, her co-workers and friends. NEXT!
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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    Haha, the trait of modern women with low SMV acting as though they are high SMV and acting as though they are particular and have (good) options strikes again. As much as a woman wants to feel good by getting a man to do things her way, on her terms; it feels good for a man to send her on her way. I got flaked on by a chick I met at some breakfast place the other day. Supposed to meet at the comedy club, she goes instead to the ballgame with her female friend. She texted apologizing a few times and asking if we can meet later in the week. My response: "I don't think so". Every once in a while I will get this very un-red-pill idea of hitting on a girl I think looks-matches with me (which this girl was). But the thing is average looking chicks fit the bill of the first sentence of this post. A hotter girl (I'm saying attractive or hot, not "the hottest") is much more self-assured and not needing to protect a fragile ego at any cost. Your attraction to her is more real, and she can be more open and real with you because she doesn't constantly feel like she's failed with men and needs to try to control the interaction.

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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    Quote Originally Posted by jagrmeister View Post
    Haha, the trait of modern women with low SMV acting as though they are high SMV and acting as though they are particular and have (good) options strikes again.
    Exactly. It gives the illusion of control. It reminds of yet another version of your "women who lose LOSE for life" thread. However it was exactly worded.

    The thing about these post wall women acting more demanding with an even bigger check list/laundry list mentality than their much more in demand higher SMV sisters there is that it IS akin to someone dumpster diving behind a Good Will and finding something that they could not even sell. Yet putting a yard sale/Craigslist sale and demanding premium prices for garbage there.
    As much as a woman wants to feel good by getting a man to do things her way, on her terms; it feels good for a man to send her on her way.
    Yeah it does. It amazes me how many men do NOT just next types like that only to bitch about it three weeks later.
    I got flaked on by a chick I met at some breakfast place the other day. Supposed to meet at the comedy club, she goes instead to the ballgame with her female friend. She texted apologizing a few times and asking if we can meet later in the week. My response: "I don't think so". Every once in a while I will get this very un-red-pill idea of hitting on a girl I think looks-matches with me (which this girl was). But the thing is average looking chicks fit the bill of the first sentence of this post.
    Maybe I am slow here, but come to think of it, that is totally true. I need to up my standards. One would think the none hot or even slightly sub par looking chick would be appreciative more than their hotter sisters there. But like you say, there is this endless need of validation. Good for you to be smart enough to say, "thanks but no thanks," when she came to check and see if she could still have you.

    One thing I learned a while back, some women LOVE to watch men drool whom they disqualified. Sometimes it was just to check to see if they still have any power over me. Once they get their validation fix, most times it's the law of diminishing returns.
    A hotter girl (I'm saying attractive or hot, not "the hottest") is much more self-assured and not needing to protect a fragile ego at any cost. Your attraction to her is more real, and she can be more open and real with you because she doesn't constantly feel like she's failed with men and needs to try to control the interaction.
    Exactly. I need to give myself permission to start hitting on hotter chicks. When they flirt with me, it's not so much that I am intimidated by their higher SMV, but I think it cannot be happening.

    I used to bang those broads in my 20s. I still have all of my hair and wear the same waist size I did in my 20s. I guess that getting into years of hard drug abuse before I quit that stuff that I inadvertently lowered my standards. The hotter ones were batshit crazy and the sane ones were on a lower SMV level than I had in my 20s because I was struggling with an addiction. Time for me to step my standards up to what they were in my 20s.

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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aintdealingwithyoshit View Post
    I realize this is the Bachelor section and I'm more on the ghosting side of things, but I'm wondering why anyone would want to date or fuck a 48 year old? She's well past her prime and even the most wall-resisting woman will have expired by the time she's reached 45.
    I'm in my fifties and I still like to fuck women in my own age group. Yes, the vast majority are fat hags and completely un-fuckable, but there are still some who have looked after themselves and retained some of that milfy goodness. Meh, maybe it's just mother nature ensuring I still want to fuck but you get more forgiving of looks as you age. I can appreciate their beauty, but I really don't want to fuck a women the same age as my daughter.

    Even being post-wall, the milfs don't have to reign in their entitlement. There are still plenty of thirsty guys who will put up with their shit. A 48 year old will give you the same shit tests and headaches as a 20 year old.
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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoser View Post
    I'm in my fifties and I still like to fuck women in my own age group. Yes, the vast majority are fat hags and completely un-fuckable, but there are still some who have looked after themselves and retained some of that milfy goodness. Meh, maybe it's just mother nature ensuring I still want to fuck but you get more forgiving of looks as you age. I can appreciate their beauty, but I really don't want to fuck a women the same age as my daughter.

    Even being post-wall, the milfs don't have to reign in their entitlement. There are still plenty of thirsty guys who will put up with their shit. A 48 year old will give you the same shit tests and headaches as a 20 year old.
    From what I hear it's the opposite: Their entitlement grows, same as their bitterness and vapidness. There's literally no upside to these "milfs (gilfs?)".
    I don't really care who you choose to fornicate with, just be aware that you're enabling these women to keep on riding the CC well past their prime - even though they've got less to offer than their younger counterparts. Plus one has to take into account that OP is still around his peak SMV, therefore resorting to low hanging fruit shouldn't really be necessary.
    Oh well, to each his own.
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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    The human mind fully matures around the age of 25. Women's sexual peak of attractiveness is between 18-25 years of age, so it is not surprising that mother nature expects one to have a fully matured mind by the age of 25 to start to do the heavy lifting or hard work in a person's life. Can't rely on beauty to carry the burden for long, but a lot of women are able to avoid hard work a lot longer than nature intended due to various modern safety nets.

    A lot of pof profiles with women having few words is often what I see with women under the age of 25. That is all they have to offer, and it is not some kind of secret. But yeah women over the age of 25 have to put in a little more work into their profile. A woman close to 50 should have the wisdom to be able to offer a deeper, richer experience of herself on a profile. Doesn't have to be ones life story, but it has to convey a fun, flirty, feminine perspective. In other words what value would she add to a man's life she would be dating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Nomad View Post
    A woman close to 50 should have the wisdom to be able to offer a deeper, richer experience of herself on a profile. Doesn't have to be ones life story, but it has to convey a fun, flirty, feminine perspective. In other words what value would she add to a man's life she would be dating.
    Totally agree. Instead you see mass amounts of resentment at the idea that they should offer a positive profile describing what they bring to the table. If they do that, then they might as well act like traditional 50s housewives. The horror! A big list of "rules" is the norm.

    Everybody already gave good points. Her offer seems like one of those "no, my committee gets to decide if you're worthy, THEN maybe you can move on to phase two." It seems like she wants to test the waters to see how controllable you are. In that case, it's like a reverse shit test. I wouldn't say she's blowing you off, it just seems like ridiculous levels of entitlement. She's not going to budge or make any effort, so she just expects you to fall in line at her comfort level.
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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nuggets View Post
    Her offer seems like one of those "no, my committee gets to decide if you're worthy, THEN maybe you can move on to phase two." It seems like she wants to test the waters to see how controllable you are. In that case, it's like a reverse shit test. I wouldn't say she's blowing you off, it just seems like ridiculous levels of entitlement. She's not going to budge or make any effort, so she just expects you to fall in line at her comfort level.
    One way or another, like you said, it shows "ridiculous levels of entitlement."

    Or she's a professional dater and pretty much likes to show off to her work pals that she can get some chump to buy her drinks.

    I'm glad I said I would not be showing up under THOSE those circumstances. She could've obliged my alternate plan to hanging out with her co-workers (I'm gonna assume they would've been there just like they were the night she called me.). She chose not to.

    Either way it was a lose/lose scenario for me. Some other guy can deal with her shit. Next!
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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Francis View Post
    It took me a few hours to essentially think to myself, "HEY, my gut says it's not right to meet some woman at a place she hung out with her co-workers at.
    Allow this very experience to help you improve your gut response time to offers that are not right. That's something I've had to work on as well. Her co-workers were likely there with her. You were good to assume that. I think Nuggets said it best, you would be judged by committee. Auditioning before a panel of judges is never ok in my book unless I'm on the X-Factor. Also, how do you know she wouldn't already be impaired by alcohol once you arrive for this first date?
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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    Younger women will do this all the time for a free meal ticket and even for the friend they bring along. Young guys don't set up healthy boundaries and as a result they are taken advantage of. Women learn to be very machiavellian at an early age to obtain resources while teenager boys are still learning the ropes and just want to have a good time. It takes a lot of experience and built up wisdom for a man to shake off the brainwashing and to actually clearly delineate boundaries and lines that must not be crossed.

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    Re: Did I overreact saying "no co-workers" on first date?

    Are her co workers married or dating somebody? If not then she might use you to brag to them that she has somebody and they don't. She might want to use you to move up in the female hierarchy.


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