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By hannahisacooler - / Tuesday 16 July 2013 23:41 / United States - Chino Hills
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  lennelleong  |  31

At least OP's crush was being honest, and it's worth more than the lowering of pride momentarily. She's definitely useful and good for something! - even if right now he doesn't value OP enough. So, this is an fml to apply the adage let the crush go. ★ If he's hers, I would want to see him crawling back in much deeper remorse! ★

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  ex_stripper_jk  |  20

Not really... True, he could have worded it a little nicer, but such is life. OP should still feel happy she was brave enough to voice her feelings and not let it derail her. Every douche is simply a stepping stone to the real thing!!

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  br00kr  |  22

So true. It was like when I was dissed and then he went about bragging that he said no. Everyone kept laughing at me and I felt like nothing. When he said no he didn't just say no he said "No,ewww why would I date somebody with autism."

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  br00kr  |  22

Yea :) but now I am dating someone nice although we aren't aloud to go on any dates we are dating. He should be glad that i didn't shove it in hi face when kids were teasing him that he smelled like oil. I even tried to comfort the jerk.

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  subwaysurfers  |  13

Some people are just trolls. They might think, "She shouldn't have told her crush she liked him. You ALWAYS wait for the guy to say it." Or it could be an accident.

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