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Today, two days after sending her flowers for Valentine's Day, my dream girl asked me on a date. She didn't show up. Her boyfriend did though. FML

By bruisedandconfused - / Sunday 16 February 2014 22:47 / United States - Aberdeen
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  jazzy_123  |  20

maybe she lied to him? my cousin was talking to a guy who said he had broken up with his gf and just recently he told her they were going to make 6 months... I guess he didn't realize? Anyway, she stopped talking to him after.

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  JustinKirby  |  20

Not really #21, for all we know it could have been a Facebook message sent by the boyfriend without the girls acknowledgment of the situation. Let's hope OP didn't know she had a boyfriend otherwise he shouldn't have sent her anything

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  cryssycakesx3  |  22

although it probably is so in this case, however, flowers don't have to be a romantic thing. sometimes it's just friendly. again, although I'm sure it was his intention.

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  ThatFancyPenn  |  18

I would suggest making your profile gender female for a bit less confusion.

By  magickitten  |  25

She's shown her true colours....that's quite calculated, plotting to hurt and embarrass someone like that. I do hope you're ok! But next time, choose a nicer girl to be your Valentine - and one that's unattached!

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  cryssycakesx3  |  22

it's very annoying when girls have to play these games and toy around with a guy that they know likes them. what's wrong with saying "sorry 'Johnny' I'm seeing someone"? treating another human being like this, for your own amusement is sick, not cute nor funny. broads these days are so disgusting, they make me ashamed they're included in my own gender. these vapid little girls are the same ones that whine about wanting a honest, decent guy. well news flash funny! guys are the way they are because of childish, insipid, little cunts like her.

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  cryssycakesx3  |  22

I'm sorry OP. I doubt you, or anyone really, deserved such a cruel prank. sometimes when we have a crush on someone we fail to see that person's true character. you'll find someone much better, as they don't get much worse.

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  Sinsation  |  7

You shouldn't assume that OP is some creepy stalker who knows everything about his "dream girl". He could be one of those people who observe and admire from afar.

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  kumarina  |  35

I have to agree with carrot, she was his dream girl, you always try to found out things about them, and if he had the guts to send her flower he wasn't just watching from the distance

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  Sinsation  |  7

He's obviously not close to her nor on friendly terms if she sent her boyfriend on the "date"; so what are the chances that OP and "dream girl" are more than acquaintances? Not that high. How much do people usually know about their acquaintances? Consider what you know about yours. And sending a person flowers is like buying a person a drink at a bar. Sure you need a certain level of confidence, but you don't need to know a THING about them. Not to mention, there are some people out there who decide on their ideal mate before they even know that much about the other. For example, after my uncle's first date with my aunt, he called up his best friend and said he had just had dinner with the woman of his dreams. Looks, personality, behaviour, etc., and BAM: woman of his dreams.

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  kumarina  |  35

Your uncle's first date, he knew her, by what you say it doesn't apply to OP because he didn't knew her enough to know she had a bf, he still should look for some info before he sent flowers

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  Danne696  |  12

It could just be a women in the office, you know, someone that's just around all the time but you've perhaps never had longer than 10 minutes conversations over coffee.

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