By Anonymous - United States
Today, I finally got the courage to make a move on the guy I've been crushing on. I asked him if he would like to go see a movie with me. He answered, "Sorry, I've already seen it." I didn't even mention any particular movie. FML
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  Welshite  |  39

It's not necessary to be a jerk all the time, #12. While I agree #1 could have put a bit more effort into his comment, it's better than "first", "FYL", "that sucks", or "lol".

  sux4u121  |  10

I'm sorry, I just don't like Nilorak, just yesterday he had third comment and had a blank post, then a few hours after that he had first and just posted "Hi".

  perdix  |  29

#19, don't you think #1 could have at least thrown us a "Aw, I'll be your friend" bone? Or they could have simply hit the F2 key which is the "You deserve better" function key.

  crymore007  |  11

I agree with 54. This doesn't sound like he was trying to be an asshole, he just didn't like her.
If we switch the genders here, OP would get sympathy and the girl wouldn't be called a bitch, instead of the OP's crush being called a douche.
There's plenty of guys out there ;D keep trying!

  MoeT8979  |  8

Exactly, dude is not a prick or douche. be careful fellas, if you don't respond to a females you are automatically the male equivalent of a female cunt

  happylappy  |  21

It doesn't make him an asshole. If someone doesn't like someone they shouldn't have to go on a pity date to make op feel better. I've seen more hurtful rejections on this site.

  SMHsohard  |  22

Maybe he was trying to let her know that he wasn't interested in her the way she was in him. Yeah, it was pretty abrupt and didn't leave any room for OP to save face, but maybe he couldn't think of anything else on short notice.

It still sucks to be rejected, though. If OP can put this behind her and move on, she'll find someone who's a better fit.

  SMHsohard  |  22

Oh, you're absolutely right. I really don't think kids learn how to handle face to face awkward situations nowadays, since everyone has their faces glued to their phones. Back in the olden days, when I was in school, our Health class had en etiquette chapter. Sounds dusty and quaint, but it did give us some pointers on what to say. Still didn't make it any easier to handle, though.

  Joshwarrior  |  39

hey that is a possibility i know I've seen the few good movies that i wanted to watch that are airing right now and wouldn't want to watch the other ones, but most likely it was a fail at a tactful way of saying no.

By  perdix  |  29

Maybe he's afraid of the dark and is just too embarrassed to admit it.

Ask him to go to the zoo, a baseball game, antiquing, fishing, for coffee, golfing, spelunking, scuba diving, dancing, etc. until he accepts or gets the balls to admit that the thought of being with you makes him nauseous.

  vencku  |  13

Are you just trying to make OP look desperate?
She invited this guy to a film. He declined rather rudely. It would be up to him to offer an alternative if he did want to go somewhere with her. If OP had pushed the issue, it would have been awkward and uncomfortable.