Okay.. see here's the problem. You need to explain *HOW* she was cruel. Just casting aspersions doesn't help the healing process. It's akin to all the jokers in the programming help forum... just saying "it doesn't work" does not constitute an explanation. Details there young man, details!
Now I am sure you are a girl. Only girls can be so cruel.
Well that begs some investigation... Okay aresh.. spill it. What did some girl do to you? You clearly are harboring some long time (well relative for a fourteen year old) resentment, scaring, and general anger toward women. What torture have you endured? Love not returned? Non acknowledgement from a girl kept twenty to thirty feet away? The head cheerleader? Let's have a nice Maury moment and help lance the boil of resentment to start a long over due healing process!
You've obviously never been in divorce/family court
B9 and modi : No, that is not a problem in any way. It was just the prefect amount. Coming to the girl, can I tell you, she was very cruel. To know how, keep reading.
It was the first day of school. I was sitting directly behind her. She and her friend - they were both talking, and the moment I heard her voice, I fell in love with her. As time passed, my love kept increasing. Soon, she also came to know about it. What's more, I even bought her gifts, chocolates and stuff, and she accepted them! But then, one day, something awful happened. I remember spending all my money to buy a gift for her, and giving it to her in recess. She even accepted it! But that day, after school, I came to know that she had a boyfriend - 2 years older. When I went to her to ask about it, she said that I was nothing more that a source of gifts, and she was not actually interested in me. She even said the chocolates I gave her, she shared them with her boyfriend. Since then, I have accepted that girls are cruel.
tl;dr : She was just like B9
This post has been edited by aresh: 10 August 2012 - 07:47 AM
And you don't buy her shit until you've at least got a date lined up. That's just the financially sound decision to make.
You bought her gifts, why shouldn't she accept them? Does your grandma buy you gifts? Do you refuse them? Do you expect her to put out in exchange? Life is like a box of chocolates... you never what her boyfriend's gonna get.
And since she had no interest in me, she shouldn't have accepted the gifts. The last one was this. It is like an array of gifts, or a tuple if you want. You can also call it a list, but I prefer a vector.
This post has been edited by aresh: 10 August 2012 - 07:56 AM