By ifeelsoloved - 09/04/2015 06:25 - United States - Monroe
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You should have told them you were, in fact, sick. Sick of their bullshit
Absolutely. I've made friends that I've had for a few years through video gaming. Also, your brain is more active and you tend to be more social during gaming than you are during a movie. If OP's 'friends' don't want to involve OP in viewing a movie, that's their loss. With video games, it's hard to be left out with such a wide network of people. Why I got downvoted for giving OP advice on that, beats me.
I actually made a good friend at the movies. I was with my boyfriend and we were waiting for a movie to start. I said something stupid to my boyfriend and a girl behind me laughed. I turned to look. Saw she was alone but she looked embarrassed at getting caught laughing to someone else's conversation. We started talking and by the time the movie was seated I paused and asked if she was setting with us. She seems flattered and me and her have become good friends
@29: You must be very gullible, or very easily scared if you think the police will waste money and time coming after and prosecuting millions of individual home users who pirate content off the internet. It's the source (torrent sites for example) and companies that the police target. Now excuse me, I'm off to watch the latest episode of Better Call Saul without having to watch any ads in full HD.
I didn't have enough room to tell the full story, but yeah... I'm pretty shy :/ I can talk to strangers and people fine and introduce myself to people, and I like to think I'm a nice person to be around, but I hate "inconvieniencing people" so I was scared to go over and ask if I could come too cause I thought my presence would make things awkward and ruin it for everyone... yeah. My parents got mad at me too when I told them, but I'm just really socially awkward so that happens a lot. Also, they're just a really close group of friends with all the same classes, etc and I'm just sort of that weird outlier lol. Most of the people in the group were acquiantances who I talked to occasionally but weren't very close to, though there were a couple of friends I was closer with a couple years ago when neither of us really had friends then I am now. And honestly, those "friends" definitely use me and take more than they give; they come to me for a shoulder to cry on and a secret-keeper to rant to but don't really talk to me otherwise... I'm the last resort :( I definitely recognize that they aren't he healthiest relationships, and I would disassociate myself from them altogether, but I honestly don't have anyone else ;-; Better to have half-friends than no one, reputation wise... Plus, I'm transferring to a new school this year so yay for fresh starts! I'm just staying optimistic that I'll find some... more faithful friends I guess. Thank you to the people who posted nice messages, I honestly needed that :)