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  Hmmm_ok  |  0

screw that... everyone one is all boohoo for this but if it was the other way around you'd tell the dude to suck it up..... Sooooo here


^Its a straw.. suck it up

  ancora  |  1

A better approach might have been to ask him out to assess his interest instead of professing your love. If I were interested in someone but didn't know them very well, I would probably be turned off if they suddenly expressed much stronger feelings than me. Also, when I was younger I totally ruined my chances with a guy I really liked by doing something similar...we had been friends for a while, but he was in a relationship. A bit after their relationship ultimately ended, he expressed interest in me, but in the meantime I had completely fallen for him when he had probably only barely started thinking about whether he had feelings for me in return. I don't consider myself a scary person, but I did manage to scare him off :P

At least the OP's crush responded in as gentle of a way as possible.

  victoriaax3  |  0

iiii'm gonaaaa taaaalk likeeee thiiiiisss aaalll daaaaaaay. I know proper grammer, okay. Don't be judgemental about autism- my 1O year old cousin is autistic . stfu. :

  victoriaax3  |  0

okay; the world will not end because I wrote like that. not everyone is perfect . you just like to look around for mistakes and point them out to make someone feel bad.