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9-26-2011 @ 1:21PM
I had one of those romances in college - someone I thought was firmly in the friend zone, until we started playing up the 'relationship' that everyone seemed to think we were deeply involved in. We were great together, until I screwed it up. Every now and then in the intervening years I've thought about how life would be like if I'd kept my brain together and married him.Sometimes your friends know you better than you do yourself.
9-26-2011 @ 2:00PM
Glad to know I'm not the only one who has one of those in her past. ;)
9-28-2011 @ 9:20AM
nope, you're not alone. By now I start to think most of us have these "potential significant others" from the past. Some time ago I met this girl that I really liked 10 years ago but I never dared to tell her because I really did have no trace of self esteem at that time and I was sure she would not be interested because she was very popular and most guys had a crush on her. So when we met again I told her that I had feelings for her in school and she said "Dammit, why didn't you tell me back then? I really liked you!"I learned a darn lot that day: Being rejected can be extremely painful, but it's still better than not even trying. And never think that you don't have a chance.
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