Bloody teenage girls

mrose_s

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OK, Im over the whole "getting dumped" thing. And I like this other guy (lets call him ***), his ex (from like 4 years ago) found out i liked him and she either hates me or hates him.

We were on the bus today and I can hear her underneath her breath "*** is a fag" and stuff. So i ignore it.


ANyhow, our friends are kissing, just to annoy us (they are going out tho) and we are screaming atthem because they'll just start halfway thru a conversation. lol.

Anyway, she is like "tahts what u wanna do with ***"" so I ignored her and all.

but god, get over it. She found out i liked him and she says "he doesn't like you, he wouldve told me" since then I have found out he hates her and all. Im so annoyed. I told him he liked me and somhow everyone knows everything at school. lol. anyway, wanted to tell someone, im so annoyed at her!
 

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year 10. We arnt the most mature group, but she should get over it, I was the one that told him I liked him, not her.
 

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Sounds like she still has feelings for him, or is very spiteful and maybe bored. Fill a kong with Peanut butter and freeze it over-night. Give it to her next time you see her. It should keep her occupied for a few hours.lol
 

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Personally, I would just back off the guy, unless I thought there was something exceptionally special there. That kind of drama isn't worth it to me. She will probably cause so many problems, that it will sabotage the relationship anyway.
 
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Nope. They don't. :mad: That's why I'm seriously contemplating never going back to work for another attorney. It's not the attorneys themselves - I get along with even the ones everyone hates. It's the office staff and all the stupid games and jockeying for position, gossip, lies and troublemaking . . .
 

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My 16 yr. old, Melissa, was having problems dealing with the 'this one likes me and doesn't now, this one is talking about me behind back' etc... thing and I told her if she leaves highschool with just one friend that sticks by her, she's lucky! Teenage highschool antics can be soooo dramatic. After graduation and starting your own life, you'll look back and see how simple minded everyone was.
 

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When i started working at Developmental work activities..a day facility for the mentally challenged i met a whole new class of staff i had never experienced before. It was like being in junior high all over again. We had a new girl there that had a good attitude, but was very green about many of the "house chores" we had to do at the end of the day. She tried very hard to reach the clients and considering that phsyical crisis intervention was a part of the job (they hit and bit each other as well as the supervisors) she showed a bit of bravery on the floor. Most new people either left at the first break or disappeared at lunch. She stuck it out and seemed to genuinely care. At the end of the day each staff member had to clean a part of the work area, including mopping the floor, washing the dishes (using a great deal of bleach because we had hep carriers) and cleaning the bathroom. This young woman had never done these chores before at home..she had never used a mop bucket and left the floor to wet, she didn't do the dishes fast enuff..and the other staff members decided that they were going to "make her quit"..and i wouldn't be a part of it so they were annoyed at me big time. It made a lot more sense to me just to teach her how which i did..i also drove her around at lunch while she cried because her feelings were so hurt by their barrage of name calling and insults. Finally I got called into the office because of my "bad attitude" torward the supervisor (who was in on this)..i told the boss i wasn't going to have any part of making this woman the whipping boy..and if that was a bad attitude so be it. I wish i could say things changed for the woman but they didn't much. She did a lot of growing up herself that year and learned not to back down..she got mighty good at the house cleaning chores as well. I just don't get people..at all..she said that the staff had told her i was gay and i said isn't that amazing since i have been with Jim for 5 years and have 2 children. I didn't know people could act this way. Then i left this place and starting working at a photo shop as a portrait artist doing retouching..and found another set of people like the ones i just left. So my experience is that no matter how old these people get they do not change at all, you just have to rise above it and not sink down to their level.
 

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lol, yeah. I get on with most people (except for maybe 5) in a group of 30 or more, so im not doing to badly i guess.
i dont think this girl is being serious about the whole meanness thing, but she probably needs to wake up to herself.
 

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