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  ZorroRooster  |  19

No kidding. A fact I know well. It's a process to get over someone. I merely meant it seems like a process he/she can start, as it sounds like the feelings aren't reciprocated.

  NonScaryPumkin  |  22

OP should think of how she is as a person. This way he can assess to the best of his/her judgement on whether she actually believed he/she was drunk or if the girl was trying to let OP down easily. If OP knows the girl has some self esteem issues then it is more possible the girl does believe that. OP hopefully knows the girl enough to make a good judgement. Sorry if this seems confusing makes sense to me and I'm trying to explain myself best as possible.

  WolfAvenge  |  22

I feel like accusing OP of being drunk isn't a nice way of rejecting someone, if that's what she was doing. I would be a lot more offended if someone said that than just "I don't feel the same". Though I'm curious how she thought that? I guess nervousness can lead to rambling texts which may be mistaken for being drunk, either way it sucks for OP =/


I agree with #30, think about how she is as a person before you do something. Because if it's not her low self esteem talking you'll probably just get rejected again... And once is more than enough to go through!

  mds9986  |  24

Rule of thumb:

One syllable = add "er" or "est"

Two or more syllables = use more or most.

Oft-en = 2 syllables

I don't think it's always the case though because English is an annoying language.