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By Anonymous - / Saturday 20 November 2010 00:49 / United States
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By  Queen_of_Night  |  20

You've have a crush on a girl for 2 years who you obviously have never spoken to because you knew her name but she had so little knowledge of you that she gave you a fake name. I have 2 words for you that I think will be in your near future, Restraining Order

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Today, I was running track at my school. My crush of two years was running behind me, so I decided to slow down and let him catch up. When he caught up, he asked, "What's your name?" even though he already knew knew. Out of nervousness I replied, "Natalie". My name is "Melissa". FML

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i wasnt aware there was a running track in the kitchen...

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  beccusmaximus  |  0

It would seem that way, lol. I never quite understood having an emotional attachment to a person one barely knows. But what do I know, I'm not in middle school like OP apparently is.

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  mintcar  |  9

I agree. In order for me to have feelings for someone else, I must first know them. I can understand admiring from afar purely based on physical attraction, but having some sort of an emotional attachment without ever exchanging more than a few words with them is a little odd. Haha yeah, probably a Middle School thing. (I feel old. It's been years since I've been in Middle School. )

By  marinus_fml  |  19

How did you think you're going to get a good and sensible conversation while running track. Oh, and asking someone for their name is not the best pick up line. :)

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By EosThorn - / Thursday 2 October 2014 01:33 / Sweden - V?xj?

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