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Plain Assumption or Concrete Deduction? (6)


1 Name: Secret Admirer : 2008-11-09 21:33 ID:Hm5yvh9S

I'm a guy and yes there is a girl involved. In my eyes shes extremely beautiful, and for once she matches all the criteria my parents try to impose on me when finding a potential girl friend. Dont get me wrong I really dont care what my backward parents think but I figure it would be nice to not get yelled at. In short she meets me and my parents expectations in so many facets. Now at first we werent even on an a talking basis.. actually she had no idea I existed. She was just some girl I saw on the bus, at the cafe, and even at the mall. Fast forward to now not much has changed as I have only talked to her maybe 3 times over a 1 month span. Despite this I have always had her on my mind and just recently I have garnered up enough courage to really socialize with her. And yesterday is where it seemed to all have gone wrong.

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2 Name: Secret Admirer : 2008-11-10 18:10 ID:bbYGvhIk

If she's lesbian oi bi, the friends at her school must know about this no? Kinda weird though if they didn't, would explain why they didn't flirt.

If seems you are getting obsessed with her, and this always ends up badly. goodluck. Ohyeah , don't do something stupid as ask her out, because if you got denied you will keep seeing her on the bus,at the cafe,the mall etc..with the feminine guy pointing and laughing.

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3 Name: Secret Admirer : 2008-11-10 19:01 ID:Hm5yvh9S

Well the friends at her school arent completely friends... more like buddies. Im afraid if I ask I might ended being deemed one of those guys they know who ended up trying to chase the "lesbian".

I'll try and find out some how but the odds seem against me. Now that I think about it I have never seen her talking to a guy who didnt look gay. Except when she is approached that is, like when my friends saw her. Also after reading my 1st post over again I might sound anti-gay in a few ways. Thats not me in any way.

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4 Name: Secret Admirer : 2008-11-10 19:03 ID:Hm5yvh9S

Well the friends at her school arent completely friends... more like buddies. Im afraid if I ask I might ended being deemed one of those guys they know who ended up trying to chase the "lesbian".

I'll try and find out some how but the odds seem against me. Now that I think about it I have never seen her talking to a guy who didnt look gay. Except when she is approached that is, like when my friends saw her. Also after reading my 1st post over again I might sound anti-gay in a few ways. Thats not me in any way.

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5 Name: Secret Admirer : 2008-11-10 23:48 ID:baOtt8Er

Dude, I feel your pain. The first time I really fell in love with a girl I worked up a lot of courage to confess to her. In my case we got along really well and had a lot in common. So imagine my surprise when my confession was met with the response “Oh my god… I’m sorry… I’m a lesbian… Didn’t you know?” If she is a lesbian than that will suck really hard. But I can tell you as someone with experience it will get better. It will hurt for a long time but it will get better.

6 Name: Anonymous : 2008-11-11 03:53 ID:jwTeH3qK

I agree, find out first, than go from there, if it works, hey, you lucky!