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Seems like a way to avoid me, what do you think? (4)

1 Name: Secret Admirer : 2010-06-22 20:13 ID:S1OFXSEI

So I was talking to this girl on Facebook for a few days. I'll call her Susie. She seemed pretty interested and I asked if she wanted to hang out sometime. We decided on Monday to go to a restaurant on the river. She asked if it was alright if her friend and her friend's boyfriend could go with us. I said that was fine.

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2 Name: Secret Admirer : 2010-06-24 11:57 ID:MbnzXsUh

Probably, but either way it's best to wait until she contacts.. or just let it go.

In the future it might be advisable not to pooh-pooh swimming (get your shorts or swim in your pants)... and more importantly tell your dad you'll call him back later about something so trivial.

3 Name: Mr. Guy : 2010-06-25 10:28 ID:9HV2SoXW

"THAT BITCH!!!" is what i thought. This kind of way she did to you is unforgivable, but maybe it was something that you talked to her about or your appearance. If you think your appearance is approvable then that's a point, but if what you talked about is something she is uncomfortable with, then that's a minus points.....

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4 Name: Secret Admirer : 2010-06-27 18:16 ID:hhUwNEfz

First, the picture was supposed to be of her friend and her friend's boyfriend, so why would they want you in it? Wouldn't it make sense to cut you out?

Second, you are being too suspicious, in my opinion. Just because she called it a night doesn't mean she secretly snuck off to a beach to go swimming. Even if she did, maybe it was because they wanted to go swimming and you didn't? There were three other people there. It's democracy in action. 3 votes trumps 1, sir.

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