By chicagobulls102 - / Saturday 10 September 2011 18:19 / United States
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
  ikickgingers  |  15

It's really not his fault. He could be young and insecure. Maybe he didn't get that "vibe" from op? Or maybe op didn't make her intentions known. It's not really a fml if op is doing exactly the same thing the guy is. Lesser of two evils.

  a_nutritionist  |  10

@43 its really not his fault based on a bunch of assumptions and possibilities, all of which are weak excuses anyway. if you dont get that "vibe" from someone you dont ask for their number, thats leading them on. not showing your interest is the lesser of two evils when compared to leading someone on to get in contact with their friend. a child would be able to figure that out.

  drawmesunshine  |  17

His intentions were misleading. He asked for her number, which anyone would interpret as an interest in her, then he turns around and requests her friend's number. It's pretty messed up.

  Molord1  |  0

Actually, if he "lacked balls," he would have no urge to talk to girls due to the lack of testosterone in his body. Now go sit in the corner with your duncecap on.

  Jdeluxh  |  12

It was messed up to ask for OP's number with his intentions, but just because someone is shy doesn't mean they would not make a good boyfriend.

  overthelimit  |  3

74- since the guy acted like he was interested (which he clearly wasnt) and lead OP on, its pretty messed up. if OP were friends with him and had no interest in him, it would be acceptable.

  Enslaved  |  36

If I were the friend, I would prefer the OP to not give out my number, especially to that loser.

But I see in your statement, you did warn the girlfriend beforehand.(:

Loading data…