By Anonymous - United States - Madison
Today, after countless nights spent together and flirty texts, I decided ask my crush on a date while at a party. We went on a walk and held hands. Just as I asked him, he said no, let go of my hand and briskly walked away. He was my ride home. FML
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  okokalright  |  15

This is why i have trust issues. Sometimes we fall for people who turn out to be insensitive assholes who just use people. It happened to me once but i got over it, you'll find someone eventually OP

By  neuronerd  |  28

And that, my dears, is what we call a fuckboy. Sorry OP. Our generation sucks.

  neuronerd  |  28

I was assuming "countless nights spent together" means they were sexually involved. While "friends with benefits" have likely always existed, it seems particularly common in the millennial generation to have no problem sleeping with someone, but heaven forbid there be feelings, actual dating, or commitment. And before you say I'm just bitter, I'm in a relationship with a wonderful man (granted, he is generation x).

  higgysaurus  |  18

Really generational stereotyping is the right thing to do here? Anybody else notice OP didn't give us an age for her or her crush? I mean the assumption being made here is completely ludicrous.

By  amileah13  |  26

What a jerk. He could have at least driven you home before dissing you. I'm sorry op, it's obvious he wasn't a good guy for you.

  gobiteme2  |  34

Why is he a tool, OP was the one that had the crush sounds like she was the one that went over board on this. It was a dick move on his part to leave her though.

  allplayedout  |  20

They went overboard by interpreting classic signs of interest (flirting, holding hands, time alone together, etc) as...signs of interest? How is asking someone on a date going overboard?