By kevinfmls - United States - Reston
Today, at college, I asked the girl who usually sits next to me if she wanted to team up on our latest assignment. She gave me a disgusted look, said "Um, I'm MARRIED. Creep." and walked away. Seriously, what the fuck? FML
kevinfmls tells us more :
I haven't seen this until almost 3 months later! Thanks for the support, turns out she was LYING about being married and just wanted to not work with me in the most obvious way.
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  RebeccaRFT  |  18

Maybe he said it the wrong way too. I've heard people use 'hook up' as just getting together. Maybe he said 'Hey do you want to hook up during this project?'

  EyRaB  |  17

Those people are geniuses! You can throw out the blunt statement of you two actually hooking up but you'll have a legitimate exit strategy if they get the wrong impression and aren't into it!


  cameowhitten  |  12

I'm married at 18 and I go to a university. Honestly, a lot of the time it's easier to just get it out there. Most of the guys that act like they want to be friendly, are completely uninterested once they find out.

  johncage  |  14

#70, You can let someone know you're taken without being rude. The tactful approach is to mention your husband or wife, rather than implying that someone is trying to sleep with you because they're being nice.


Actually, when I was in college this girl moved into my dorm who was married and her husband was allowed a pass before we even decided on quiet/visiting hours. I didn't really know her so I'm not sure why she lived in the dorms but I'm just saying it's quite possible.

  Doberman101  |  29

There was this junior in my trig class (I was a sophomore at the time, and we're in high school btw) and she got married. With parental consent though because she was 17.

  Dillyduzit  |  23

I got married when I was 19 and my husband was 18. He was a senior in high school and I was a sophomore in college. It happens. Doesn't mean she's lying.

  bapbap_fml  |  15

Huh? It's college, not high school. She could be in her 30's or 40's, there's no age limit on post-secondary education. My mom took some courses in her 40's, a friend of mine is married with 3 kids and a full-time university student at 31 because she decided to change careers.

  bapbap_fml  |  15

How do you know she's 18. Where I live people of any age can (and often do) take college courses to update or change careers. My friend is married with three kids and decided to take university courses to become a nurse.

  SpyroMello  |  29

My parents got married when they started college. My mom was 19 and my dad was 18. They had my sister 9 months later. Been married this whole time too.

  harlsnerdbird  |  9

I'm married, 19, and in college.
Not the point though.
Whether she's married or not, the fact that she thought he was hitting on her is really kind of odd.
"Wanna work on an assignment together?"
"Omg no!"
Like, what?

By  LyricaSilvan  |  29

She's probably one of those self-absorbed twits who thinks any man who so much as blinks in her direction is hitting on her. Forget about it. She's not worth the energy.

By  corporatescoundr  |  25

I asked a girl at work my "Question of the Night", after I asked about 15 other people, if she ever thought of acting. She responded the exact same way. I still have no clue what happened. Best of luck OP