This is a great question in its own right, but also brings up a larger point about one of the biggest mistakes that younger brahs make.
P much every romcom or teen movie includes some scene in which the guy ‘pours his heart out’ to the bish, confessing that he’s always loved her, she ‘is his everything’, etc etc etc. Or it could be the opposite side of the coin, and they have an intense, tearful exchange where he says ‘it’s just not working for him.’ Either way, thanks to movies and TV, a lot of dudes think that the best way to address a bish-related situation is by confronting it head-on and telling her exactly how he feels. THIS COULD NOT BE MORE WRONG!
PROTIP: Do not try this at home
It is almost always a horrible idea to have a ‘srs talk’ about stuff, unless it’s your absolute last resort. Taking the ‘srs talk’ route because it worked for Ryan Gosling in a movie is like fighting 3 guys with baseball bats in an alley because Batman looked cool when he did it: that shit only works in movies, bro. IRL, bishes are too emotional to handle directness, and the ‘srs talk’ will quickly become a shitstorm of tears and anger.
Getting back to the original question, anon is wise to be concerned. As some old guy said, “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned,” especially when crazy bishes are concerned. Since their primary motivation in lief is getting validated by getting as much male attention as possible, they react especially badly when they feel dissed and rejected. The ‘srs talk’ approach (in which you sit the crazy bish down and tell her you’re not into her) is almost certain to blow up in your face. She could stalk you, blow up your phone for weeks, fuck with your job, or just act so insane that you’re always looking over your shoulder when you’re out at the bar because you know if she shows up it will be shitstorm of drama/10.
This is a hilarious exchange but the better move would be to not respond until the next morning, then just reply with a simple “lol you were wasted.” This way she won’t feel dissed or embarrassed, which means she is 75% less likely to do something insane and dramatic.
You need to let her down one little piece at a time, rather than in one fell swoop. The best tactic here is the fadeout, which is essentially just slowly tapering off all contact with her. Don’t suddenly quit hanging out, just start flaking on plans here and there. Don’t reply to all of her texts, and respond slowly to the ones you do reply to. Over the course of a week or two, she’ll get the point. And if she tries to confront you about it (“Are you trying to get rid of me?!!”) just dodge the question in a charming way: “Pffff you know I love you *insincere smile*” Eventually she’ll either get the hint or be so annoyed with you that she just doesn’t want you anymore, and you’re off the hook with a minimal amount of drama!
Finally, this is also the best way to end things with a nice girl. It’s way easier on them to think “IDK, we just kinda stopped talking, whatever” than “WTF he like sat me down and told me he didn’t want to see me anymore! What’s wrong with me?!”