By busrides - 24/12/2009 09:35 - United States
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oooh ok sorry. wow that does suck, but maybe she just doesn't like you. bummer dude.
yeah, but then he would have been like 'oh ma gawd, girl i was in love with told me she wasn't interested and didn't want to talk to me FML'. OP, ur obviously annoying and clingy if she felt the need to do that. i've often felt like doing that to the odd person but the fact that she actually chose to do something as risky as changing buses to avoid any further confrontations with you indicates to me that you are a pathetic loser. D:
She got off the bus, waited for the next one, and that bus caught up to the one you were on? Looks like she had the right idea.
This happens all the time in my city. I don't know why, but I can't tell you how many times I will be waiting for the bus, one won't come for thirty minutes (supposed to be every ten) and then, THREE WILL COME BY AT ONCE. Actually, OP and I both live in California, so maybe it's the same damn city, who knows.
Maybe because if the busses are timed close enough, the stops are empty because all the people at the stop are on the first bus en so the second bus doesn't need to stop and take passengers as many times as the first bus, and is therefore faster as the first bus. No rocket science.
How is that mean? She was trying to spare his feelings while getting out of an awkward situation. Obviously she hasn't reciprocated his feelings for the past few years. She could've made it into a situation but didn't, she decided to remove herself from the situation while leaving the guy his dignity. Unfortunately, the bus she got on passed his, and he found out, but she tried to spare his feelings.
So if a girl turns down a guy, she's mean, but if a girl got with every guy that made a move, she would be a whore. I guess girls just cant win.
YDI for creepily confessing your love to someone who you obviously were not in a relationship with, that's not love, that's infatuation
I still don't think you follow.. Yes, crush obviously came first, but I fell in love with him while we were still only good friends (admittedly more like best friends, but just friends nonetheless). It's just not that uncommon to fall in love with someone you're not actually dating.