Need to forget
Posted Tue Dec 09, 2008 03:21 AM
It all started a few days before valentines day (yeah I know a very long time ago). Well anyways the first time I saw her, my jaw just droped. Well anyways, v-day was approaching. So some of my buddies and I were discussing what I should do. My original plan was not to do anything and just stay in the shadows and forget about it. Well after a long discussion, I came up with a plan to do something that I thought was a good idea. I planned on doing this anonymously and then "come out from the shadows" on the last day.
So a 3 days before v-day. I got a single rose and I left it at her door (no I was not stalking, my friend saw her come out of her room when he was passing by then let me know). The rose was left overnight w/ her name on it that way there was no mix up w/ her and the roommate. The next day, I did the same thing except I left 2 (wrapped) roses again w/ her name. The day before v-day, I left 3 (wrapped) roses, a poem asking her if she would meet me on v-day at (blank) o'clock, and a very "cute" stuffed animal (female friend thought it was cute stuffed animal). On the night before v-day, I left 5 roses (wrapped) and a box of chocolates (round box, not heart shaped) for her to receive on the v-day. Well anyways, in the roses, I wrote a another nice poem that pretty much reminder her that I will be waiting for her underneath the stars...(kinda corny).
Well anyways, I went outside and began to wait. Well her roommate came out and asked me if I was the one who sent the flowers and blah blah blah. I said yes, and she told me that she went out. I was pretty dissapointed.
She knows who I am and knows what I look like (I had a class w/ her roommate). What bugs me the most is that since she knows who I am, she never even said thank you or even acknowledged that she liked the flowers. And everytime she sees me, she quickly turns away or reaches into her purse. So basically she can't even look at me. Even though she can't even look at me, I still can't stop thinking about her and I keep questioning if she will ever acknowledge me at the least. I have thought about just going to her and talking to her, but since it's been a long time, it would be akward.
Any suggestions would be awesome.
Posted Tue Dec 09, 2008 04:21 AM
enough with the roommate
Posted Tue Dec 09, 2008 09:33 PM
Posted Tue Dec 09, 2008 10:08 PM
So, it's better for you to let her go. Maybe when she notices that you don't look at her anymore, she will try to make contact. Or maybe not, but anyway, both outcomes are better for you.
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 12:45 AM
get the roommate out of the picture and TALK TO HER DIRECTLY!!!
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 03:32 AM
it's too bad it has to be that way.. makes it harder on everyone
Posted Wed Dec 10, 2008 04:21 AM
Also from the sound of it you guys are in college? Which puts this girl in her early 20s? maybe even late teens? I might be wrong but girls at this age usually aren't so jaded that they need a magic show of roses to be asked out on a first date. Not that I think its a bad idea or unromantic just maybe not for someone you've never even talked to.
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