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Today, after pouring my heart out to a beautiful girl on Facebook, and having her return the favor, she typed a final message that read, "That was my friend. Please f*ck off now. Thanks." FML

By TheNaturalOrderofThingsSucks - / Tuesday 11 September 2012 03:13 / United States - Seattle
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By  Grimmerie  |  38

Okay. Instead of "pouring your heart out" and potentially looking like an obsessive maniac, why not just say something along the lines of "I like you, let's go out"? Unless you have been dating it is so inappropriate to gush about your romantic feelings to someone who most likely does not feel the same way. More often than not you end up making the other person uncomfortable and you look strange.

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  theten_fml  |  9

I think what 24 is trying to say is "Spread a rumor about her to get her back and ruin her life." like I said before thats just 24's advice. Personally I'd just move on and stop pouring my heart out via text/email/social networks etc.

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  Drigr  |  9

24, you realize you called the girl a bitch, then told OP not to worry, theres plenty of bitches out there? Were you actually trying to say "don't worry, if it wasn't her, it woulda been some other bitch breaking your heart"? I wonder if it was really a "friend" and not a "oh shit, I don't mean that" moment. If it WAS the friend..... *wink wink, nudge nudge*

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Using Facebook and other non face to face devices to tell a girl you like her is just the pansy way out. Tell it to her face and avoid situations like this. Problem solved.

By  B3Y0ND  |  18

Just how long did you know this girl and how persistent were you? If you were a good friend and you really did love her, FYL. If you were just after her for her looks, YDI.

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  Blackmail111  |  21

It's not like he was video chatting or analyzing her behavior. I could say I'm Dr.Science and I'm actually not. It's easy to play yourself off as someone when you're logged into their account. Also she could be anywhere between 15-19 so her writing along with her friends may go a little like "lol hey

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Lol heyyyy;). If you really like someone genuinely (not just for their looks) you most likely would know their style of writing. Do they spell things out, use lots of smilies, etc!

By  Grimmerie  |  38

Okay. Instead of "pouring your heart out" and potentially looking like an obsessive maniac, why not just say something along the lines of "I like you, let's go out"? Unless you have been dating it is so inappropriate to gush about your romantic feelings to someone who most likely does not feel the same way. More often than not you end up making the other person uncomfortable and you look strange.

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  RussianFox  |  38

I don't understand why some guys these days feel the first thing they need to do is pour their hearts out. If this advice is of importance, take it slow try to never rush it.

By  that1guyyy  |  21

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By  cr3ativity  |  28

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  tswizz  |  28

10, I would have thumbed your comment up if you hadn't pointed out how you spelled the girls response. It would've been clever otherwise.

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  cr3ativity  |  28

I think the "thanks" was in response to that OP will leave her alone. It's funny how people say "thanks" before you do them a favor, and when you don't do said favor, they immediately get angry and start blaming you. It's like the word "thanks" means that the person is obligated to do whatever the person (who said "thanks") asks.

By  scylla121  |  27

Your chances of success were limited from the start by confessing your 'love' online, but obviously the kind of girl she is, is not who you want to be with!

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