By wow kid just leave me alone - 15/09/2012 00:03 - United States
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There's obviously two sides here. The creepy guy is definitely socially awkward and sexually frustrated, but among teenage boys that's practically normal. (This FML is obviously about teenagers.) I'm inclined to believe that the OP has been a bitch to this guy. If he had really flipped out at her for no reason, I think she would be a lot more shocked and hurt by his outburst. Instead, she seems more offended that he had the nerve to think she would ever go out with him, and then she came to FML trying to portray him as a psychopath that we, the Internet, should condemn. A boy with a temper and no game + a girl with an innocence routine and a chip on her shoulder? Nothing to see here but typical high school drama, folks.
57- If she'd been a bitch to him before, why the hell would he be asking her out?! No need to be a wannabe-psychic douche and insult her based on nothing but wild speculation. I like most of your comments that I've seen, but here you're just being a jackass. And besides, she said she politely declined, she didn't hint at anything like "I'm too good for him".
10-Or you know, maybe guys that get rejected a lot, because the girl sees them as her "little buddy." Usually their own fault for waiting too long to make a move, but they're definitely not "misogynists." In my opinion, girls don't usually like to be friends with creepy sexist weirdos, hence they wouldn't be "friend-zoned."
Anyone that keeps going after a guy or girl when they're being 'friendzoned' is fucked in the head. They're also a creeper and might need psychological help, simple, point blank, end of story. The friendzone concept was made up by guys as an ego-saver by blaming girls that dared to turn them down. No means no. People that use the friendzone excuse are emotionally manipulative little boys.
There are girls who complain about friend zoning as well. Just sayin. And I wouldn't go as far as to say people who do complain about it are manipulative and immature. Not all of them at least. Maybe they just go after the wrong type of girl/guy and don't even notice it. Been there before.
Cut the poor kid some slack it took balls to ask you, and he probably just flipped out because he didn't know how to respond and saw it going totally different in his head.
I wouldn't worry about it unless you find him outside of your house later on. That would be a good time to worry about it.
So what? You shouldn't care what this creepy kid says to you. Ignore him and avoid him in the future.