My best friend Anni recently started dating someone called Tom and they are the cutest couple that I've ever seen. They both really like eachother even though Tom "who is kind of weird" thinks he is not good enough for Anni cause Anni is way out of his league.
my crush was sitting near me in Math the other day, and my friend whispered something HILARIOUS in my ear, and then Jay (We'll call my crush that) says, "I'm hot," because we just came inside, and because of what my friend said, I burst out laughing and Jay gave me this weird face.
this one time, which was like a week ago, i went to this restaurant.i sat down and my f---in god the waitress was beautiful. the whole time i was there at the restaurant i did dumb things tryint to impress her and i knew she was out of my league and i could tell she knew i was too. i kicked back in my chair and put my legs up for a while and put on this macho persona. lmfao i glared at her whenever she came to me but thats just my way of trying to be cool. did it work? i dunno. but we never talked more than waitress-to-customer.
I guess I'll share mine. Never been in a relationship. I had an opportunity to, but I kinda blew it.
Get ready to read, kiddos.
Story one: My Junior year of High School. I really, really, REALLY, had it bad for this girl. Part of me still kinda likes her I guess to this day, even though we don't talk as much. But anyway, I really liked her. After talking with her while I was at one of the High School football games (she couldn't make it, it was an away game), and after it had been a while of me talking to her, I decided I was going to ask her out. I told my one friend I had planned to, and he told me that HE had liked her, and he was planning on doing the same. Now, we weren't making it any kind of competition, it was more so that whoever she liked more, she'd date obviously. Well, I'm not the best one it comes to talking to, or flirting with girls, and he had already been writing her these notes, and not leaving his names on the notes, and blah blah blah, they ended up dating for a pretty long time. Then they split up, and she was soon heading off to the air force, and I had really started talking to her again.
Now, I HAD told her when she and my friend were dating my feelings, and to my surprise, no bad blood happened between the three of us. My friend knew how I felt, and he knew that I wasn't gonna pull anything, because I'm not about that.
Anyway, once they had split, and I started talking to her again, I still told her that I really liked her, and ended it by saying that she probably didn't feel the same way. But she did. I guess she had liked me after all, and I asked her what we should do. Whether or not we should make it work, or what. She said that she wasn't in the right headspace at the time, with her starting basic training soon, and her still kinda recovering from the break up. She said that when she got back, that we would go from there.
Now, I was a fool. While I never directly, or specifically waited for her, I did in a way. And what happend next was that she was dating some other guy from basic training, and we never talked about "us" again. Still haven't to this day. And now we barly talk.
Out of all the chances I've had with anyone, I had the best chance with her. And a lot of people close to me agree on it. So far in my life, she was the one that got away. For the most part, I'm over it.
Story two: After begging with my guidance counselor to let me retake Theater Arts (we were allowed to take it only once, unless approved otherwise by the teacher) and I eventually got in to the class with my friends in it. I became acquainted with the rest of the class, and start developing feelings for a girl in the same class. After a while, the same ol rodeo happened. Told her my feelings, she wanted to be friends, I was okay with that, blah blah blah
Fast forward to prom season. She used to date a senior (she was a sophomore at the time, and I was a senior) and she was bummed that she couldn't go to prom. I offered to take her as friends, and leading up to it, she seemed excited. But as prom drew closer and closer, she grew more distant from me. Then at prom, she pretty much ignored me the whole time, and she was my date. Now, one of my friends who was also a senior took her best friend to prom, so she spent most of the night talking to her. And she still had a great time, which is all that matters to me. It hurt, and for a while, my whole mindset was "if I can't keep a girl that's a friend of mine interested, how can I keep any girl interested?"
And, again, I am over it, but also again, still hurts a small bit.
Maybe I'm still holding on to feelings I shouldn't