Unrequited love

<p>How do you guys deal with it?</p>

<p>weep secretly.
think about other girls.
listen to angry music.</p>

<p>p.s. hello, fellow ann-arborian! :D</p>

<p>They invented basements for a reason.</p>

<p>facebook stalking o_0</p>

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^This. No seriously...</p>

<p>Move on. Get over it.</p>

<p>You'll look back at yourself when you're 50 (or for me, like 18) and realize how much time you wasted.</p>

<p>vent to a friend, feel stupid for a bit for caring so much, and then love them platonically. liking friends is the worse though ugh-not going to lie, i still care.</p>

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hi!</p>

<p>I find that heavy drinking and indulging in as much random adultery possibly will suffice for roughly 6 months.</p>

<p>^ gfountain is actually on the right track. The drinking thing is up to you, but being with someone else will help you disconnect from the person causing you anguish.</p>

<p>The alcohol is a key component in acquiring a member of the opposite sex at a college "social venue" in that it causes you to be loud, obnoxious, and cocky.</p>

<p>Win.</p>

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More along the lines of hack her facebook, photoshop an "inappropriate" picture of her and upload it as her profile pic?</p>

<p>It's pretty tough, but honesly, I found that the best thing for me was to spend less time with that person (I'll use "him" since I'm a girl and I'm not sure of your gender). As I spent more time with other people, and less time with him, I found that my feelings faded somewhat, and when I did enounter him, it wasn't nearly as painful because I wasn't constantly reminded of what I was missing.</p>

<p>It sucks, but eventually you have to move on.</p>

<p>@gfountain - I was trying to not apply peer pressure but for the record I totally agree haha</p>

<p>Hello my other fellow Ann Arborites (it's Ann Arborite, not Ann Arborian).</p>