I Think "No Thanks" Is Pretty Clear

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    No Thank You...understand?

    When I say no thanks it means "I am flattered, but NO I really do not want what you are offering.". If people persist for ages, they will get a ruder response. I wish people would listen to and respect others wishes a lot more.
    TheRealWoman TheRealWoman
    31-35, F
    2 Responses Dec 8, 2008

    No Coaxing Allowed

    I find it to be a lesson in self control when someone tries to get me to do what they want. The begging and questioning makes me agitated.  Questions: Why not? You don't like going? Can't you just go? I'll pick you up and you'll have fun. Pleezzzzzzz.. It's like a little...
    wiseowl wiseowl
    61-65, F
    6 Responses Nov 27, 2008

    Not Understanding 'no'

    Here's my two cents worth on the subject, then I'll shut-up.  Whether you're speaking to a telemarketer, or a man or woman with a keen interest in spending 'quality time' with you, and you aren't into entertaining any of the above, "No" or "No, thank-you"...
    UnderEli UnderEli
    46-50, M
    3 Responses Jul 23, 2009

    Heed My Words!

    I do say, "no, thanks", as an polite way than just saying, "HELL NO!". So, if you want to keep things civil with me, when I say "no, thanks", that's what it means. Those who keep pushing the issue, they are often in for a rude awakening! XD If...
    deleted deleted
    5 Responses Jul 19, 2009
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