Moral of the story: don't be a weirdo

By Megan - 29/03/2022 02:00 - Czech Republic

Today, I ran into an old coworker. Several years ago, he had a creepy, obsessive crush on me. Now, he's lost over a hundred pounds, makes over twice as much as me, and isn't a complete weirdo anymore. I asked him if he wanted to get a drink sometime and 'catch up'. "Nah, I'm good." FML
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Just living out the old cliché: "If you can't handle me at my worst, you don't deserve me at my best." Plus, be honest, you're both probably dodging a bullet. What's to say he'll always be like that? If he gains the weight back or loses his job, would you still be interested? What if he's still a good bit quirky but just in better shape now?

You expect him to feel the same way about you after several years?

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You sound like a shallow gold digger.

Just living out the old cliché: "If you can't handle me at my worst, you don't deserve me at my best." Plus, be honest, you're both probably dodging a bullet. What's to say he'll always be like that? If he gains the weight back or loses his job, would you still be interested? What if he's still a good bit quirky but just in better shape now?

You expect him to feel the same way about you after several years?

was he really creepy, or was he just too fat for you? if he wasn't good enough then, he doesn't want to spend money on you now

Sometimes you live long enough to become the creep...

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It's because he was fat and you were shallow. Now he can get any girl he wants.

As a fat, poor person I am deeply offended.

looks like he realized his worth before you did

he might have even been a swell guy back in the day. just lacked some confidence. i say good on him.

Kinda have a feeling he maybe wasn't such a weirdo in the first place, you just weren't interested. And that's fine. Don't know why you thought his interest would be everlasting...