Women Now Outsource Rejecting Men

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Women turn to “Rejection cards” as a modern alternative to say no to guys in bars - Rejection cards are given to “casanovas” who fail to impress - Each card contains reasons for why the guy is rejected and suggested improvements - Especially popular amongst bachelorette groups - Dating consultation company puatraining.com distribute the cards worldwide London, UK - Women no longer have to deal with the problem of being stopped by a guy who they would never want to go on a date with, but don’t know how to reject him. Now they can reject guys in a quick and painless way, with “Rejection Cards” created by the dating consultants over at PUA Training.

Rejection Cards

They appear particularly popular amongst hen nights and birthday parties where girls are using them to add a fun element to their nights out...

The dating and seduction experts at puatraining.com created a new way for women to reject the advances of unwanted men who approach them in day to day life in the form of rejection cards.

These cards allow women to turn a potentially awkward situation into a lighthearted but firm parting of the ways by simply handing a rejection card to the would be “casanova”.

Each card allows the woman to mark off a reason as to why the guys approach failed, in a way that the guy should find humorous and fun.

So if you've ever struggled to reject a guy nicely, then these cards will help.

“We initially came up with the idea more for fun than anything else, but were shocked once women actually started purchasing them from our site. They appear particularly popular amongst hen nights and birthday parties where girls are using them to add a fun element to their nights out” said Richard La Ruina CEO of the company.

The cards are available for purchase from PUATraining.com and samples are available for press upon request.

PUA Training trains thousands of people worldwide in the area of seduction. They teach a proven method for meeting and attracting women in a natural way, without any gimmicks or chat up lines.

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