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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Spare My Feelings

11:51 AM |

Quit playing...

I think I'm just going to be direct on this one. I can't stand it when guys/girls string girls/guys along, when they know they are not interested. What, you think it's fun to play with other people's emotions? What kind of sadistic joy do you get in breaking someone's heart?

And you can't say you don't know that you're doing that. You can't ever say that you never knew the other was interested, because at some point the played ones interest is always expressed. If you tell that person you're not interested then your actions need to reflect that as well. There's no need to continuously be overly flirty and suggestive when you have no intentions of following through.

Don't get me wrong, there's nothing wrong with being a flirt. And I understand it's always good to know that someone is interested in you. It can make your day. But like all things in life there are levels. And as an adult, you know when you've crossed that line.

At some point, we all grow up and it comes time for us to leave behind childish things. This life is too short to continue to waste time on people who don't give two sh!$ about you. You have to stop allowing people to waste your time. Remember people only do to you what you allow them to. Played ones, please quit falling for the okie-doke. Teases grow the f@#$ up.


Nana said...

Hello and sorry this comment in particular, because maybe you do not want anyone to comment, but the truth is that when I read it I felt like the first time anyone knew what I feel.
I fell in love madly for a boy. We had a magical relationship and he just pretended that he didn't realize the size of that feeling ... He told me he like me after a few day and after doing that he decided to say that he had cheated. I guess I never felt so bad in my entire life, but what I learned was that you do not feel bad for having such a nice feeling inside you, because there will be a day when that feeling is going to be reciprocated.
Again sorry, but could not comment. Cheers!

Miss_A said...

Hi Nana. Thank you for your comment. (I love comments on my posts). Your story is all too familiar, to I'm sure many others (not just myself). I don't think people realize how much you can hurt the other by doing this. And if they do realize it, how terrible. But you are right, the feeling you had before the fall out can be wonderful and I am SURE that you will find someone that will have that same warm feeling about you.

Nana said...

Thanks for your words. And congratulations for the blog. One day if you can, see mine. I hope you like. Cheers!