By Anonymous - United States - Oceanside
Today, I told the guy I've liked since we were children that I'm madly in love with him. He replied with, "Aw, I love you too, as a sister." I was speechless. He patted me on the back and said, "Better luck next time." FML
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  cradle6  |  13

Hey OP, guys aren't machines that you can put nice coins into until sex falls out!

(It's funny how the this FML would be treated so differently if the OP was male).

  br00kr  |  22

I asked somebody out at the pool. He brutally rejected me in my face saying " No eww why would i date somebody with autism" he then swam back when my friends came up to me while I was crying. He started laughing at me. FML ;(

  aintlifeapain  |  21

Aww OP, I had the same situation. I got friendzoned/sistered for like 15 years - I had a crush when 8 and I knew it was love all through till I was 23. When he didn't realize I had a talk with him and told him I loved him NOT like a sister / friend and I was done with him acting stupid about it. Well, we are now engaged and preparing for our wedding :) Talk to that guy, if he still thinks the same, kick his arse.

  Rababco  |  29

@96 Aww is that your fml? That's really sad, people can be so cruel. :( If he didn't like you that way he could've just said so, he didn't have to bring you're autism into it.

  wlddog  |  14

This is how those horror movies get started.
Next we find out OP has been spending years working out and preparing her basement. Next thing that happens is the guy wakes up in said basement and can not figure out hoe he got there. When he tries to leave he is shocked by a dog collar that goes off if he gets too far from the wall. Every time he tries to leave he is painfully knocked out by the collar, and wakes up later to find that someone has moved him again.

Yep... Sounds like the making of a horror story.

  wlddog  |  14

What can I say, I am a writer. Coming up with "weird shit" is but apart of my job.

Fill free to go to my profile and figure it out for yourself.

  Link5794  |  18

The Japanese have a word for people who do that sort of thing: Yandere. Roughly translated, it does not at all resemble "obsessed psychopath," but it has about the same connotations.

By  ileenefudge  |  29

At least you told him, maybe not what you wanted to hear but now your not sitting there waiting for him and wondering if he feels the same. I know many people who don't say anything for fear of rejection, but at least you put it out there that you're interested.