Post # 76
You can’t go to the minister, you have to go directly to her Fiance. Challenge him to a duel, at sundown. You have to indignantly throw your glove in front of him for him to pick up, then go don your fencing gear. Winner earns right to the bride. She wasn’t holding your hand, she was testing your grip strength and trying to figure out which hand was dominant so she would know who her likely groom would be.
Post # 77
I don’t think Starbucks tea is organic.
Just wanted to put that out there. It matters.
Post # 78
caligirlinmichigan : You’re in love with her but you expect her to pay you back for a cup of coffee?????????
[consults The Nice Guy (TM) Rulebook] Per Rule 27, a girl* is only entitled to a free** beverage if she has sex with the OP within an hour of said beverage being purchased.
* Never a woman – either “a girl”, or “a female” if she’s being uppity.
** She can go halfsies if she agrees to blow the OP under the table.
Post # 79
I doubt she was actually even holding his hand. Assuming all this is real, I could see her sort of gently cupping the OPs hand or maybe awkwardly patting it, in a “there, there” kind of way. Nothing more.
Really, this whole thing is like a study of how incels misread a woman daring to just be a human being.
Post # 80
Bees, it’s becoming clear that OP is struggling with some genuine mental health issues. Given what we have observed thus far, is ridicule really the most helpful course of action? Believe me, I get the temptation. I fell for it myself. I’m not especially proud of that.
I am wondering if it would be more constructive to encourage OP to seek the help of a professional.
Post # 81
My guess is pity hand hold when he awkwardly confessed feelings for her and she wanted to appear concerned while simulteneously texting her finace under the table asking him to call her with something urgent so she could get the hell out of there
Post # 82
I thought school was back in session?
Post # 84
well this has made my day 🙂 nice to see something spicy on the bee.
Post # 85
In all seriousness, where is your line? Do you even have one? What happens when she marries this man, do you give up and move on? Your feelings aren’t going to change because she is legally married, so I think you need to take a long hard look at the big picture. At what point are you going to say “she’s made her choice” and move on? Because you’re making increasingly more desperate plans, and that road is a dark one, so please stop yourself before you go any further down it, for both your sakes.