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  free2speak  |  13

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  Pleonasm  |  31

She was obviously patting the mounted head of a majestic lion in his penthouse that was located inside Target, seriously reconsidering her snide comment so that she could enjoy living in the lap of luxury, all the while being able to do her shopping a mere 20 seconds from her abode.

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  free2speak  |  36

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  Harpy20  |  36

16-anything even the slightest bit hurtful to a person is that much worse when that person has a crush. The pat on the head was patronizing and her "Unfortunately" most likely made him feel subhuman. It may be funny to the outsider looking in, however it was bad enough for OP to post on FML so...

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  free2speak  |  36

I meant that OP should laugh about it now that's it's already done and over with. i honestly don't think she was being a bitch. She could've made a disgusted face, ignored OP completely or just walked away and that would be bitchy. I don't think it was very nice of her but calling her a bitch for that is an exaggeration.

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  chlorinegreen  |  36

36 this happened in public? I would be embarrassed that I even made the move to ask. Even after I would be embarrassed not laughing it off. She's stuck up and thinks she's better then other people instead of just sucking it up and putting on a smile and talking to him for a min or 2.

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  free2speak  |  36

So this is what we've become as a society, where calling women for expressing their freedom of speech is an excuse enough to call her a derogatory term. I'm all for calling women out when they're being catty--"rude"would've been an appropriate term but a bitch? I wonder what you all would call her if she slapped a baby? A bitch? And those two behaviors are equated using a same term. Alright, well, carry on you fine exemplary pieces of 21st century. I stand my ground. I don't think she was being a "bitch." *braces for downvotes*

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  Harpy20  |  36

74- I'm a woman, derp. Obviously I know what it's like to have someone I can't even remotely like have a crush on me. I can call her a bitch because there were better, less hurtful ways for her to let him down. Even at my most blunt, I never made a guy feel like dirt unless he deserved it and even then I tried to understand his position. Just FYI.

By  Pleonasm  |  47

Ouch. Well it doesn't really matter because you've moved on with your life since then, to better things, right? I mean if you have someone in your life nowadays, and you love them and have them, it's better than valiadation from someone who isn't worth your time (from the way they talk to you.) Forget about that high school memory of her; she doesn't seem nice.

By  Screwie  |  29

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