So I'm on the train in london, and this guy walks onto the train. Its the last train of the evening, so its pretty dead.
He walks over, sits directly opposite me (bearing in mind he has a whole train to choose from) and sits staring at me. I make eye contact with him, and ask him if he wants to take a photo or if he's just practising his gargoyle face and I swear to god, the funniest shit happened.
He started hissing, and saying some prayer under his breath, and making all sorts of religious prayer gestures, and soon as the train stopped (in woodside park, which is a shitheap where noone lives) he ran off the train.
I kid you not, I've not laughed this hard since my sister ran full speed into a lamp post.
Talked to my little brother, I haven't seen him in forever. I've missed him so much. He's graduating and getting his BA in psychology, tomorrow! And he's a almost two year younger than me! I'm so unbelievably proud of him! I'm so happy I could cry, really.
So a few months ago, there was this guy that "liked" me.
Long story short, I wasn't interested, because I could see right through him. He's one of these guys that claims to be in love with you, to get you into bed.
Now my mate started "seeing" him a week ago.
She has just rung me, all heartbroken, because she had "the talk" with him, about getting together, and he basicly just told her it was nothing. He didn't actually want her like that.
I did warn her. Numerous times. And now, once again, I get to pick the pieces up, and look after her.
I've never understood pretending to like someone for sex. What a headfuck! It hurts so much more when you attatch yourself to a guy/girl because they lead you to believe the feelings are there, and then they tell you it was just a shag.
It's a low ass move, and mindfucking someone for your own sexual pleasure is pathetic. Just tell the girl its nothing beforehand, or make the situation clear. Trust me, its a lot easier to deal with than falling for someone and being told you mean nothing to them.
Poor bitch. I feel sorry for anyone in the same position, I really do.
I agree.... Sadly, my first boyfriend did that to me though I shouldn't have been so naive... I was only 18 at the time though and I believed that he loved me, but as soon as we had sex, which just so happened to be my first time then he never talked to me again... Wouldn't pick up his phone, completely cut me off. I was so heartbroken. But I certainly learned my lesson with men that is for sure.