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#12 - Finding out that my crush has a restraining order on me would break my heart too. Might as well say something first

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52: "he LATER messaged me" As in, they were together, she smiled at him, then LATER ON IN THE DAY he messaged her. Reading comprehension. Edit: 55 beat me to the punch ;(

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Just throwing this out there, I don't see a gender symbol here, so there is a slim possibility OP is a guy. Maybe he was just trying to befriend the new kid and never considered the possibility of ending up with a creepy stalker?

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As a male, I once had a male stalker. I was just trying to be nice and next thing you know, he is stalking me and keeping tabs of who I was with. That'll throw you for a loop b

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Hello Krystal. I would like to inform you that I died a little on the inside when I read your "About Me" section. I am fifteen as well and I would never plague anyone with that kind of moronic talking, so there is no excuse for this. There is also no excuse for your pitifully unintelligent comment. Sincerely, Jonah

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Thank you 55 and 56. 52 I remember when I was 15 I was taught in school to read things completely through before making comments towards it

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Simple OP, explain that you're not interested but you guys could still be friends! Or, if he's cute maybe good things could happen! Or, you could be a bitch and put his love to work! Guy-I love you OP-Oh, would you hold my books?

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Or when she let him down the guy could have been a psychopath and Attempted to kill her for 'breaking his heart' I would suggest a restraining order good luck op!

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Sounds about right. You're telling me this isn't a good pickup line? I need to rethink my strategy.

"Trying to be nice" and giving some random person your phone number are two different things. This isn't "Call Me, Maybe." I mean shit, his stare may be holding, but he isn't a Jedi. He didn't force you to do it. You could have ended it with a 'bye. I can guarantee now he's going to be "in your way" a lot in the near future.

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Well, she didn't says "texts", so it might have been via Facebook. Either way, the best thing she can do is to politely explain that she's not interested, and that he's jumping at things too quickly. Sure, it'll hurt, but how else is he going to learn? When she gets involved with somebody else?

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Hmm, I didn't consider Facebook. But now that you mention it, that seems more likely. And I agree with the rest of your comment. Letting him off easy would be the best thing to do. He's already showing signs of of chronic clingy-stalker-itis, though. :)

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People give their phone numbers out to anyone I've noticed. I think I'm one of the few people that is fairly protective of it.

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I'm protective of mine to a point.. Altho I will spam bomb people with 40k messeges an hour if they piss me off..

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I moderated this one, and if I remember correctly, it originally said emails instead of messages. Giving out your email address is pretty non-committal, I think. But it seems more likely that it was Facebook, where he wouldn't even have to be accepted as a friend first to send someone messages. It also originally said the new student was Filipino, which isn't terribly relevant, but I found that editing interesting.

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