I don't know what I did and I've always thought myself as a nice guy but a few days ago I was told one of the girls from my school needed help with some school work by her friend and she asked me to help her so I said I would help if she asked me directly so I just waited for a reply and the friend came back and passed this on "mmm. he scares me coz makez me feel dumb =["
I ALMOST got lost when you had not punctuations (besides " and ') in your first paragraph. I didn't know whether you didn't go to school or forgot to actually separate your sentences. Plus, what the hell is "he scares me coz makez me feel dumb"?
Now that I've read through the first paragraph again I feel the same way and I'm sorry about that.
I do think I'm deceptive to a certain degree. There a lot of things I don't like about myself but I make an effort to conceal those things and I think I'm quite good at it too.
>>I do think I'm deceptive to a certain degree. There a lot of things I don't like about myself but I make an effort to conceal those things and I think I'm quite good at it too.
if you don't want to suppress your power level...UNLEASH IT!!
I'm pretty sure some people are waiting to see a better view of you.
This is so true. If you possess raw power, don't hide it because you think it's scary or whatever. People will sense something fishy about you and it's worse.
I'm actually quite flamboyant (to the point of being gay) on the internet, but in real life I don't think that shit flies. I'll try to gradually change, but I've been like this for as long as anyone has known me (in real life). A sudden change would seem fake.
The worst that could happen is some people wondering why you are doing that. Just tell them you got bored by your old self. Also you probably already sound a bit fake, because as you say it yourself: you are.
All parties involved haven't seen me in person for a year so I think it's safe to assume a big change is natural.
Just a while ago I asked her friend to ask her if she still needed help and the reply I got was (tl;dr version) "He is too serious about things."
If they are really your friends, they won't leave you. And of course, it's natural to hold back certain parts of yourself. Just don't hold back too much.
I hope it's just my pesimistic view on the situation but I don't think the friendship means that much to them. I think the only reason why they've stuck around with me for as long as they have because I'm the funny one.
Then why would you force yourself being one?
Also, you can still be funny while letting your inner self express itself more. It's not because you don't restrain your mindpower that you can't tell a joke.
I've never really forced the humour. It's just something that came naturally. Though most of it came from the fact I was mocking some of them for fun. It's something we did for fun. None of us really meant it, but it's led to a fist fight or two in the past.
I'm sorry for those who've wasted their time with this thread. I think I'm just being a bitch just because one person didn't like me. Sorry for wasting your time.
>>14 you'll find that special girl in your life eventually. Just...for now...be yourself. If you are being embarrassed by how you look or act, then you are only letting others judge you...be your own judge.
> Just a while ago I asked her friend to ask her if she still needed help and the reply I got was (tl;dr version) "He is too serious about things."
The 7th grade thing is interesting... Some people have a good memory and there might (might!) be a chance that she actually liked you at that point and hoped that you like her too. She could have expected you to admit it to her. Even though you looked gay to her or whatever, that doesn't mean that she disliked you for that. Maybe she was trying to find an excuse to actually talk to you...
>but didn't have the guts to say it and go from there.
Don't tell me you're actually too stupid to realize she likes you? Just fucking talk to her in person. Catch her to explain things, because you feel that, what people think about you is wrong and it sucks. And you could add; I like you so I don't want you to think of me that way.
It still hasn't become apparent that she likes me. I'm really sorry about not realising it but I was never very bright when it comes to things like this.
I haven't commented on this thread before this, but "he scares me 'coz he makes me feel dumb" doesn't mean that she doesn't like you. It means she cares about what you think about her. It means she's intimidated by you, and if you were friendly towards her, (without being so obvious and direct about it) she would probably respond positively.
I agree that she does care about OP's opinion of her, but I rather doubt that it stems from her liking OP. I could imagine anyone making those comments. Heck, I do it all the time. If you assume that she's crushing on you, I'm interested in how things play out though. Oh, and OP could do with being more gentler around girls.
17 here. "he scares me 'coz he makes me feel dumb" is just another way to tell you (through your friend): "Your elitism makes me feel inferior. I am not at your level. I am afraid to even approach you because I feel you are making fun of me.". The "he's too serious about things" part may mean "I am different from you in the way I like some things and you don't. I am too proud and too scared to change because I'm afraid you will look down on me. I just can't fight the impression of you constantly thinking about my inferiority. If I admit that I like you that will mean I surrendered to you. And I think you don't even like me. Maybe I'm too stupid and not worthy compared to you, but I still have some dignity. The last thing I want is to open up and feel vulnerable in front of you"