Say it with perspective. "No hunny, I am not in the mood." or "No, I'm not ready." This is better then, "No, your trying too hard" or "No I don't want you." Saying I rather than You makes a world of difference. Also, don't wait til the last minute to say it. Tell him/her what it is that your saying No to and why before it comes up.
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tell him to kindly bugger off
Kindly to tell you the answer... Mahayana
how i can format my computer windows vista withut cd..............please kindly tell me. how i can format my computer windows vista withut cd..............please kindly tell me.
Ask. The key to a successful relationship is communication.
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Sure, why would you keep a secret from your significant other?
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Well if she likes you, but you don't like her you should kindly(very kindly) tell her that you don't. Trust me I am a girl so I should know...
No. "Kindly" is an adverb.
When the other one is truly significant to you.
The superlative form of the adjective 'kindly' is kindliest (kindly, kindlier, kindliest).
8.6% Compounded on an yearly basis.
kindly tell her that your not interested, she will eventually have to get over you
According to Webster's Dictionary, "kindly" can be used either as an adjective (such as "kindly person") or an adverb (such as "taking kindly to the idea").
Use "kindly asked."
Very kindly, and with as little antagonism as possible, giving an example might be help full
It should be ---- Thank you kindly.
I think you are referring to the Moment of Truth.
You should tell them it kindly but firmly. Don't be rude and say "you're just not my type." That is impolite. Don't be too apologetic or they may get the wrong impression. Just explain if you have a commitment or other reason, and say "sorry, I don't like you in that way."
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