Anyone who takes issue with who someone else is attracted to (within reason) is just a fool in general. It's just a gigantic waste of time and just makes that person sound bitter.
I think those people are bitter, it's annoying.
Check this out.
I confess I'm appalled at how words like thot and ratchet come about, even though I say "ratchet" a lot.
LoL.I don't even use those words..At first I was completely against using them. Then caght myself using ratchet like three times but
that was a while back. I have never used thot..
I don't what is wrong with people today, they feel the need to invent anything that will increase stupity.
Last edited by liductan; February 02, 2014 at 12:57 AM.
Someone just confessed that he really really really likes me after knowing him for 3 years.
I totally didn't see it coming.
Now all the pieces are coming together, and I felt more than embarrassed how totally, completely and UTTERLY oblivious I was.
Sooo.......do you really really really like him back?
You cant just leave us hanging here.
Gah, I really don't know. Whether I like him back? Ironically, I only really have considered him in that light in the last few days before shooting down those thoughts as self-centered, since I was pretty sure that he had nothing greater than platonic feelings for me. Herp derp. Whether anything can be possible? He's in another state and we've been contacting each other purely through FB chat for the last six months! Whether I am really sure that this is really serious? He could just be extremely lonely because he's away from home in the land of misery, and I think I might be one of the few people who talks with him still.
And as to being friendzoned -- how could I have friendzoned him when I didn't even think he had any interest in me? I could only have noticed if I had read into the subtle signs. I don't usually do that unless I have some sort of indication, like trying to spend time with me or a change in behavior over time. He had so carefully masked it that I couldn't tell.
Sounds like you (could) have a thing for thing as well.