I didn't know how to handle this, since I knew that this woman-the way she sounded so enthusiastic and excited when we first spoke, would NOT take well to my "no" to her suggestion. But honestly is best policy, right?
Before I even had the chance to call her, she had called me. Twice! And left a voicemail! When I called back and told her it wasn't shayach she didn't take it lightly, as I predicted. In fact she went ballistic. She was adamant that this guy was "THE ONE" although to can't even fathom as to her reasoning.
So here I am, days later, still trying to convince her that yes, my answer is still "no". Still trying to figure out how if she doesn't even know me, why she believes he's perfect. Especially since he's nothing I'm looking for, not even remotely.
Let's put it this way: how do I get the message across so that she can stop harassing me (and everyone else that knows me) for good??
How can I make her understand that it ain't gonna work AT ALL?
all suggestions will be taken seriously
*this is not an April fools joke* (although my shidduch life is beginning to feel like one right now)