By DayamyWuzHere - 24/11/2009 22:47 - United States
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And this, ladies, is what happens when you act before investigating. Lemme guess..."It's the brother's fault that she decided to hit first and ask questions later." One question though OP, did your brother's girlfriend ask your brother who you were, and he lied, or did she go straight for the right hook?
They're both immature - her brother for misleading his girlfriend at the expense of his sister, and the girl for assault (even if she /was/ the "other girl", that's a stupid thing to do). However, her brother shouldn't have put her in that position because it fulfills his ego to get his sister punched by his jealous girlfriend.
It doesn't matter if the gf even asked her bf who he was walking home. She obviously doesn't know the OP so the original poster owes nothing to the stupid gf. Also the gf should have thought, hmm maybe she(op) doesn't know about me either just like i don't know a thing about this girl(op). The only person the gf should have been mad at was her bf/op's brother. The op's bro is sort of pathetic by trying to make his girlfriend jealous by using his sister. Seriously who does that?
that really sucks i kinda got the same thing i gotta walk to skool with my sis everybody thinks were dating or twins
Yikes. I'm best friends with someone the same height and body structure as me, except I'm a brunette and they're a ginger, and I walked into their class last year with my Senior hoodie on (My friend was a Freshman) and the first thing kids ask was "You're a senior!? We thought you were a Freshman!" When I told them no, I was friends with a Freshman and that's why they saw me a lot, they asked "Are you siblings?" Again, the answer was no. Some dumbass in the back: "Are you dating?"
my brothers would never do that to me. especially not my older brother. i hope he apologized. what happened to family first? i would be pissed as hell at my bf if he hit any of my brothers. both of them are at fault, btw. her for hitting you and him for decieving her.