|Dating / 3:39 AM - Friday March 20, 2009|
"I'm not good [enough] for you." What does this mean?
Is it some kind of a lame line/a "polite" way of turning you down, and he's really not just that into you; or does (could) it mean that the person actually likes you, thinks you're great, but knows that he/she is really no good for you?
- Asked by bluefrog101, A Sweet Sarah, Female, 29-35, Artist / Musician / Writer
It's a way some people use to assuage guilt during the process of dumping someone. And in so many ways...they are being truthful, and don't EVEN know it.