I Guess That Says It

I found this girl I knew back when I went to Jewish private school on Facebook. I hated her, she made my life miserable. She was rich and flaunted it. She was popular and used it against everyone. I was the one she tortured the most.

I was not from the area but lived closer to Boston and had to commute in. Because of this it was assumed I was lower than everyone I guess and poor of course. Mind you to go to that private school you can’t be poor, but whatever :rolleyes:

I was so miserable that it was the main reason we moved and I started going to a public school. I never spoke to any of them again. I found her on Facebook and thought, we’ve all probably grown up and moved on. I’m beyond everything that happened and it would be cool to see how she’s doing.

So she accepted my friend request but when I posted on her wall she ignored me, completely. I just realize now that she took me off her friend list. I guess some people never grow up :loser:


  1. H.

    September 26, 2008 at 1:59 pm

    Some people live their whole lives in high school.

  2. Jen

    September 26, 2008 at 5:44 pm

    You’re right – some ppl never do grow up. In grade 6 there was a new kid in town, and his mother happened to be my mom’s friend. I befriended him (and he was cute to boot) and introduced him to others. I was his first friend in a new school. He soon made friends with others and began to ignore me.

    I found him on FB and requested him. He declined/ignored my request. Some ppl never change.

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