So… for about the entire month of July, I was seeing this girl… She’s been my neighbor for the past 16 years. Earlier this year, we started talking more and I began to like her and she liked me. So, we started to hang out more, went on a few dates, and everything was just peachy.
Then, we go from hanging out just about every night to twice in a week, followed by her completely ignoring me. She stopped contacting/responding to me in any possible way. The only interaction I’ve had with her was when I asked her if I could get my movies back (she was borrowing my binder of 200+ movies and 20+ seasons of different things), she sent her friend, whom I’ve never actually met, to give them to me. Obviously she doesn’t want to see or talk to me.
This whole thing confused me because I know I’ve done nothing wrong. Things went from being great to her completely avoiding me.
Well, she has a brother who my brother is pretty good friends with. Today, while they were out golfing, my brother asked about the situation. Apparently, before we went on any dates and whatnot, she was already seeing another guy. And now, she’s seeing two, maybe three guys, one or two of them are exes of hers.
Obviously, I’m pretty annoyed and pissed off. I actually really liked this girl and I come to find out that she’s pretty much been playing me and then out of no where just completely cuts me off. I don’t know about you guys would’ve handled this, but this completely fucked with my head. I felt like I did something wrong since she was ignoring me.
I mean, for fucks sake. If you don’t want to be with me, just fucking tell me. Don’t just lead me on by flirting and telling me how much you actually like me and then completely cut me off. I can handle rejection, that’s happened plenty, but this just sucked.
Gah… I have so much I want to say about this and things I want to say to her but I just don’t even know what exactly.
I’d like to say I dodged a bullet here… which I kind of did… But to be honest, the bullet still grazed me… enough damage was done.
On the bright side… I feel less bad about flirting with that girl at Barnes and Noble the other day.