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straightedgemama:

internetsandman:

straightedgemama:

internetsandman:

straightedgemama:

internetsandman:

internetsandman:

officialbrostrider:

helenaphan:

officialbrostrider:

i remember when i was 14 this kid asked me out and i told him i wasnt allowed to date till i was 16 and he said “i’ll wait.”

two years later he wished me a happy birthday and asked me out

did you say yes

No, but completely dismissing it isn’t much better

Let me cry so many tears for them. Bad shit happens all the time. No one owes you anything.

Well hey, as long as you hold that attitude the next time you say or do something nice for someone and they completely disregard your existence, because they don’t owe you even mere acknowledgement, then I won’t argue with you.

Do you think I’m new or something? This happens to EVERYONE.

And nobody has a right to complain about it when it happens to them? Nobody should feel sympathy for someone who was ignored after a kind gesture?

Complain about it? Sure. Having and continuing the “nice guys finish last” bullshit argument is such a dick move. And realllllly shows what a nice guy you aren’t. Because no woman owes you a date for asking her out. No matter how long you wait.

Never said nice guys finish last, never said that she owed him a date. All I said was, being completely dismissive (the impression given from the post) of his actions isn’t something I can agree with. I hate the friendzone excuse just as much as any girl, but I also hate when a guy gets completely ignored because he was hoping for a date. Say no if you want, sure, go right ahead, but at least acknowledge that the gesture (saying happy birthday and remembering what she said) are, in essence, kind and sweet.

http://straightedgemama.tumblr.com/post/92683815488/internetsandman-officialbrostrider

straightedgemama:

internetsandman:

straightedgemama:

internetsandman:

internetsandman:

officialbrostrider:

helenaphan:

officialbrostrider:

i remember when i was 14 this kid asked me out and i told him i wasnt allowed to date till i was 16 and he said “i’ll wait.”

two years later he wished me a happy birthday and asked me out

did you say yes

No, but completely dismissing it isn’t much better

Let me cry so many tears for them. Bad shit happens all the time. No one owes you anything.

Well hey, as long as you hold that attitude the next time you say or do something nice for someone and they completely disregard your existence, because they don’t owe you even mere acknowledgement, then I won’t argue with you.

Do you think I’m new or something? This happens to EVERYONE.

And nobody has a right to complain about it when it happens to them? Nobody should feel sympathy for someone who was ignored after a kind gesture?

http://straightedgemama.tumblr.com/post/92683815488/internetsandman-officialbrostrider

straightedgemama:

internetsandman:

internetsandman:

officialbrostrider:

helenaphan:

officialbrostrider:

i remember when i was 14 this kid asked me out and i told him i wasnt allowed to date till i was 16 and he said “i’ll wait.”

two years later he wished me a happy birthday and asked me out

did you say yes

No, but completely dismissing it isn’t much better

Let me cry so many tears for them. Bad shit happens all the time. No one owes you anything.

Well hey, as long as you hold that attitude the next time you say or do something nice for someone and they completely disregard your existence, because they don’t owe you even mere acknowledgement, then I won’t argue with you.

officialbrostrider:

helenaphan:

officialbrostrider:

i remember when i was 14 this kid asked me out and i told him i wasnt allowed to date till i was 16 and he said “i’ll wait.”

two years later he wished me a happy birthday and asked me out

did you say yes

DID YOU FUCKING SAY YES

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Of course not
Sweet gestures are actually creepy and border on rape, don’t they tumblr?

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