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Should I tell him, or just give up? (43)


1 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-10-23 23:38 ID:3X/UOWvm

There is a guy I go to school with, we're in a class together, and he is in a grade younger then me, and he is 10 months younger than me. (It's long sorry.)

When first started knowing who each other was last year, he treated me really horribly. Calling me a bitch, saying how much he hated me all the time. Then in June I added him on MSN, he called me a bitch told me to fuck myself. Then 10 minutes later, apologised to me and then ended up confiding to me about his girl troubles. After that me and him started getting along really well, and there became a comfort I felt with him. I felt as though I could talk to him about everything, and he would always listen and help.

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34 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-11-03 23:22 ID:OOmU/nOu

>>27
densha otoko did happen to me. i just didn't get married or have a book.

35 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-11-04 01:01 ID:Ohgyepm+

Funny thing how women always think they can change the guy. It doesn't work that way. Guys don't change. Sorry.

36 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-11-04 03:31 ID:XymLez1Y

>>34

No it didn't

37 Name: Hanyuu : 2006-11-25 09:14 ID:FP/x2WAF

>>1
Please, please don't do this! I'm actually worried about how this relationship will go. If he's verbally abusive, what's next? If anything, words can hurt as much as the a physical wound. It all depends on how much it haunts you, and you don't want that. Look for another guy who will treat you better. Look for someone who will last, not for some guy who treats you less than you're worth! Once again, please don't do this! It will hurt you more in the end! Take it from me...

38 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-11-25 10:56 ID:xSM2ZHLp

>>36 Densha is the story of a guy meeting a woman on the train. This actually does happen you know, people actually do meet people in real life...

39 Name: yuka : 2006-11-25 16:53 ID:xTTusYNL

>>37 I know this is sudden but, have you had a similar relationship too?

40 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-11-25 18:49 ID:EcKbYstM

Remember, there are no tsunderes in real life. A bitch will always a bitch, an asshole always an asshole.

41 Name: Hanyuu : 2006-11-25 20:32 ID:FP/x2WAF

>>39

SOmething like that, yeah.

42 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-11-29 05:23 ID:fQRHb1w0

>>15
22-year-olds are still children. The youngest woman I've met who realized excitement and "danger" was fun for a fling, but left absolutely nothing for an actual relationship...and then actually stopped dating these types, was 27.

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43 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-12-04 17:02 ID:p9z9ZjV/

My best friend is in the same situation as you. He's a great guy, but he always goes after girls that are super manipulative and endlessly lead him on until finally they get bored and get rid of him. I'm not sure what to tell either of you.
You'd probably like him. Too bad you'll never meet, but there has got to be some guy like him that you know.