have you ever in love with someone at high school? I am sure you do, but the thing is that i love a girl who has been my classmate for years, we seldom talk.
one day i get a chance to express my love, she got the letter i gave, but in her reply she scolded me being not matured and ask me to concentrate on study, she said she has a lot of things she have to plan for her future and actively reject my love.
Hey, that doesn't sound so bad! It's progress, I think, although it seems she's a very serious person, all study and no play?
I guess her family could be an obstacle too.
It's probably hard to deal with seeing her so often but you have to try to act like normal and that nothing is wrong. You should try to distance yourself from a little bit, not so much that you barely talk to her but try not to seem like you only want to speak with her and no one else in the world. She is probably very important to you but if you constantly call her or talk to her all the time she might think you are a bit annoying.
okay, i know i'm gonna get scolded by other people for saying this, but this whole thing is just kinda creepy. it reminds me of a situation on of my friends was in. she had a weird creepy guy always trying to talk to her.
and the thing where you say, you seldom talked to her, and then suddenly you write a love letter, that's more than a little creepy.
OP’s girl reminds me of myself. Therefore I can kind of relate to her and her no nonsense attitude towards you.
I reckon if she actually liked you in the way that you liked her, she would find a way around all her other commitments. But as it stands, she knows what she wants, and it’s not you. If anything, your confession was probably seen more as a hindrance. You say that she is “too mature”, but I think it’s just you being too immature. Put yourself in her shoes and think about it. If someone you hardly knew professed their love to you, what are the chances of you taking them seriously? She probably dismissed you as having a mere crush on her. Something you would get over in a couple of weeks. The fact that she was so straight forward in rejecting you might of seemed harsh at the time, but trust me, she saved you a lot of trouble.
okay i think it's my strategy that goes wrong, i think she's right, we should concentrate on study right now, because this year we are going to have government exam.
the first thing you did wrong was confess your feelings in a letter. That is something that would be seen as immature by any girl. it sounds like she's just not interested in you.
ya, that's why i have a dynamic ip
you still havnt answered... where did u get her # from
Actually it was your use of the word "seldom" that gave it away.
ya i get it from my friend :C
How exactly did you deduce that? Just curious>
Yeah, a Japanese student learning English could have used it just as easily.
I think you'll find that "seldom" is almost as characteristic of Malaysians as "aiyah" and "lah". I attend an international school, and other races hardly (re: seldom) use the word. The word just sticks out like a sore thumb to me because until I met some Malaysians, I've never heard or used the word in real life.
you got it from a friend...
i say, give up now. stop while you can. be4 she starts complaining to a guy friend, or if he already has, be4 he goes and kicks your ass