Never date a heartbroken high-schooler.  

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9/20/2005 5:07 pm

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Never date a heartbroken high-schooler.


I over analyze things. It's just what I do. And not sometimes too. I do it ALL the time. The difference is I rarely share that information with anyone. NOW, as a complete change in my usual self-depressing post-breakup fits I am sharing with the world.
Not just any world, mind you. THIS world. WHY? My bet is there are very few virgins who go on here looking for solice. And why not? A wise man once said: "Sometimes the best people to count on are the people you know the least."
If you can figure out who it was that said that then I'll go out with you right now (assuming schedule and location) even if you are a guy. Just a friendly wager and you win: a friendly date (sorry, nothing serious).
Anyway, back to the story. I over-analize.
So I finaly got a girlfriend after, ahem, some time (yeah, I'll just leave it at that). She's cute, sexy, smart(ish), a real pain in the ass. But it's worth it. She comes on to me durring a movie and then it's 2 weeks of pure awesomeness.
THEN, without warning, she calls it off. Why?
And I quote:
"Things are getting wierd."
Comments, concerns, suggestions? WTFs?
I can only figure that she was either in love with another guy (possibly her ex) or that she was too easily overcome by my awesomeness (yeah right).
The truth is that there isn't too many possibilities here. There was an age difference, granted, but it was too suddenly broken up. Yet somehow I saw it comming.
-Chad

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