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Man Explains Why He 'Won't Date Hot Women Anymore,' Gets Roasted On Twitter

We've all come in contact with the "bow out" before. The fake humble move where someone pretends to be above a "petty" argument or disagreement just because they want to look like they have the upper hand, when in reality, it's because they're afraid they'll be found out.

No one wants to be humiliated. No one wants to be called out or proven incompetent, which is a huge reason why people "bow out" of something they can't do and act like they're above it all. The problem is though, at the end of the day, we're animals. We can smell when someone is full of crap, whether we realize it or not. And all of the intellectualizing, defending, and rationalizing won't really convince anybody you're being honest.

And when it comes to "bowing out" there's no better example than dudes who pretend to be "over" women who want nothing to do with them. Just take two seconds to look at any girl's messages on any dating app and you'll see what I'm talking about. But there are some men who take the whole bowing out idea to the next level.

Like this 4o-year-old man The New York Post wrote a story on who says he's done dating "hot" women. 

Now I don't know if he knew what a meme was. Maybe he was hoping to get some type of viral infamy like the cash me ousside girl. The world may never know.

But what we do know is that he's said some unbelievably cringeworthy things.

And of course, he's getting dragged for it.

People are pointing out his obvious "negging" ways.

While others are pointing out how it'll be difficult for this guy to date any woman who's ever read this article.

People then took Don's very serious statement and turned it into a running joke.

Others just couldn't get over his stereotypical douchiness.

Other comments just pointed out what we were all thinking when we first read that headline.

If you ask me, he's exactly like Shallow Hal if the movie never went past the first 20 minutes.

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