By worried - United Kingdom
Today, I heard that a boy in my class had written a song about me. Intrigued, I went to see him perform. I spent 3 excruciating minutes listening to a song about 'the girl of his dreams', his tear-filled eyes staring into mine the whole time. I have to sit next to this freak for the next 2 years. FML
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  swimchica22  |  0

Well, he's in her class so it's probably not some creepy stalker... Plus.. If he was then why did she go to see him perform? OP be thankful u have a boy who cares so much about you.

  Brool_Story_Co  |  17

53- Why would OP post this on FML if she wasn't creeped out by the kid who wrote the song. It doesn't matter if he was just expressing his feelings, OP was obviously weirded out and thinks the guy is creepy.

  Laurenlou  |  24

41- The guy is probably not some creep if they are in the same class. (Not too old or too young for her.) She just sounds shallow. I'd love for ANY guy to write a song for me! It's definitely FHL!

  Ugi  |  26

But 70 - what would she have expected if she went along to hear a song that someone had written about her... Oh Worried - you're so normal and I kind of like you but no more than most people I know really...?

If the OP knew a boy had written a song about her she had to expect something like this. If she didn't like him she shouldn't have gone along. Since she was evidently flattered by the thought of being the subject of a song she should take it in the spirit it was intended.

  in_theory  |  2

@41 - If she thought he was creepy and stalkerish before this happened, then why would she have checked out his song? If someone I thought was creepy had written a song about me and I'd heard about it, I would not have wanted to hear it; I would've stayed as far away as I could!

  obviousboy  |  8

If she is intrigued instead of creeped out by the fact that he'd written a song about her, he obviously didn't seem like the stalker type at first. And getting to sing for the girl of his dreams was likely an emotional experience.

  Pixxio_O  |  11

Ungrateful much? I really can't see how this is an fml as someone caring and writing a song isn't harming op in anyway, I feel sorry for the guy thinking someone as shallow and selfish is "the girl of his dreams"...

  zachherbert  |  10

Be thankful he didn't write a song about "The Girl of His Nightmares", or "The Girl With an Ugly Face", or even "The Girl Who Smells Like Rotten Fish"

  EvilDave  |  13

@141 Dude, if she doesn't like the fact he wrote a song about her because of how he looks, then she is shallow. You need learn what "shallow" means.


On the bright side.. think of all the new songs he'll be coming up with in the next two years!

P.S. OP, you are a total, ungrateful bitch. I guess you're one of those many girls that prefer douchebags over real guys.

By  LinTurk  |  4

Don't be an ass. We've all had to deal with these types of things but there are tactful ways to go about it... And who has the same seating chart for two years?

  IndiRae  |  9

I can honestly say that the closest experience to this is that one time a kid asked me if I liked him. And then I said no. This does not happen to everyone. What scary place the world would be if that were true.

  LinTurk  |  4

But hopefully you did so with a little grace. That's my point. You in no way have to like someone back, but the let down can be accomplished without making someone feel awful. I personally was locked in a teachers office with a kid screaming about why I wouldn't date him. Even then I let him down easy, then had a chat with him about how his behavior wasn't going to get him anywhere.

By  cupcakegirl93  |  8

That's cute ! You don't get that often from a guy these days, appreciate it ! You don't have to be a bitch about it, unless ofcourse he starts stalking you or something.. Then you should start worrying !