He’s Been Texting A Girl For An Entire Year That He’s Fallen In Love With, But She Keeps Making Excuses For Why She Can’t Go Out On A Date With Him

“After that, we would text here and there (once or twice a month). She removed me from her close friends, sometimes she would leave me on read, and I would always initiate the conversations. I talked to and hooked up with multiple girls, but I would always end up thinking about her.”

This week, he thought it would be a good idea to do something meaningful to show her that he’s still super interested in her.

So, he asked her if he could have her address at work, and he informed her it was because he wanted to send her a gift. She responded by wanting to know what he was going to send her, and he said it was something cute but that he didn’t want to tell her because he wanted it to be a surprise.

Spoiler alert, he did want to send her a bouquet of roses. Anyway, she then said to him he should not bother with sending her anything, though she did appreciate his thoughtfulness.

“I told her that I wanted to show her I liked her and that I now understood she didn’t like me like that,” he said.

“She replied, saying that she wouldn’t even reply to me if she didn’t like me, that she was going through something and her mind wasn’t ready. Should I keep trying or fully move on from her?”

You can read the original post on Reddit here.

If true crime defines your free time, this is for you: join Chip Chick’s True Crime Tribe

In 2014, She Vanished From Alaska In The Middle Of The Night, And Her Purse Was Later Found Buried In The Snow Along A Hiking Trail

She Was Considered A Pioneer Of Modern Indian Art For The Way That She Portrayed Indian Women In The 1930s

Instead Of Tossing Your Coffee Grounds, You Can Actually Use Them To Help Your Garden 

She Told Her Stepson He Had To Stay Home To Watch Her Son While The Rest Of The Family Went On Vacation, Which Made Him Cry

After A Really Tough Week, She Got Into A Fight With A Woman Over A Donut At A Coffee Shop

Doctors Are Prescribing Drug Combinations That Have A High Potential For Addiction Without Combined Clinical Trial Testing, New Research Found

2 of 2