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By Heart-Broken / Thursday 9 April 2015 01:58 / Canada - Richmond
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By  mariusakke  |  15

The time will pass.... what goes around, comes around. ;) Man up

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  FragrantSalmon  |  12

Although I agreed with his first statement, there's no need to "man up". Just a dumb stereotype that all men need to be manly and suck it up. Instead just say "forget about it".

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  Aimeejasmine  |  15

Why does anything need to 'come around' to her?? So what if a girl doesn't know the name of every guy who's never spoken to her...? It's not her fault she focuses more on school than random guys ogling over her ?

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  tantanpanda  |  26

#64, I'd normally agree, but I know the face of everyone that went to my elementary school who still goes to my high school (I dont talk to them either). You don't have to focus on your studies to know someone. This is taking the "not seeing you" to a whole new level.

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  Setareh23  |  34

#67 I'd agree with you if they'd been in the same class for all those years, but it says they were simply in the same school. Depending on the school, your grade can have several hundred students. If they'd only ever shared a few unimportant classes here and there, sat in opposite ends, never really spoke to each other, etc... I can understand how she wouldn't really know him. Especially if a lot of his physical features are generic (as in, many of the other boys look like him). Of course she might indeed just be really dense, but who knows. In any case, it sucks for him, but c'est la vie.

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  Setareh23  |  34

Plus, going through puberty can make a big difference. She might have known him in elementary school (since they're generally smaller schools), but just never really saw him the first few years of high school and so didn't recognize him after he'd changed. Things like weight gain/loss, dying your hair or changing its style, wearing different clothing types, growing taller, changed voice, piercings/tattoos, etc... can make a big difference! :P

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  tantanpanda  |  26

Nah, even with all those changes, I can still go, hey I remember that person's face or at least know they went to the same elementary or middle school. My elementary school had quite a few students. Middle school more, and then high school even more. And when all of the people from elementary school filter into middle school, it's even more noticable. I have mediocre memory and I can still recall if someone went to the same middle or elementary school (upon seeing them, of course).

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  Setareh23  |  34

Dude, don't underestimate changes. I hung out with a girl once a week for 5 years when I was a kid. Went 3 years without seeing her, and then was serving her at my job. She went from short and fat to tall and skinny, short brown bobbed hair to long and bubble-gum pink, voice more womanly, boobs, piercings everywhere and sunglasses covering 1/3 of her face. I must admit it took me a good 15 minutes to recognize her. I imagine it's much harder for people who have never spoken to her (and only seen in the hallways) to recognize her after the change. Another friend went from short and fat to tall and skinny, curly red hair to straight and black, he started wearing make-up, went from overalls to skinny jeans, voice deeper, tattoos, etc... I recognized him, but a few others who weren't as close to him didn't recognize him when they met him a few years later. In any case, yeah, she might just be super dense and unobservant. But I still don't think this would be a "what goes around, comes around" situation. Being unobservant doesn't make her a bitch who deserves to be smote by karma, it just means she needs to be more aware of her surroundings.

By  SammieIsabella  |  15

That's rough, it's no fun when the person you love doesn't even realize you exist. Hang in there.

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  SammieIsabella  |  15

Well, I loved my girlfriend before I even met her, before I even knew who she was. I fell in love at hello, even if she wasn't speaking to me. It's something that can happen.

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  SammieIsabella  |  15

On the contrary, I was and still am madly in love. ? I've had crushes and they never felt the way I felt when I fell in love without knowing anything of the person. It can happen.

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  gracehi  |  31

I actually agree with Sammielsabella. One can deeply and truly love another person for all the wrong reasons. People try to complicate romantic love, but it's really quite simple. On a chemical level, it's a drive to be in someone's company. Scientists have found that this chemical function in the brain is similar to the chemical function that tells you you're hungry or thirsty or tired, and not like the chemical functions that tells you you're happy, sad, or angry. There's no evidence that you have to know someone in order for this love-chemical to be set off in your brain.

By  guttedbrit  |  25

don't worry too much, we don't notice everything that we probably should! but now is a good chance to get to know one another.. you never know what could come next! good luck! :)

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