Was flirting with a guy today?
by sir_spiderman · 14 comments 1 year ago
sir_spiderman · 1 year ago
Was playing chess against some other dude today and he had an amazing, yet illegal, strategy. He flirted with anyone he played against to make them either flustered and/or disgusted. I found it hilarious and did so with him as well. I won in the end. Later saw him doing it to some poor guy later XD

Mfw what the hell is my life lately
sir_spiderman · 1 year ago
*No homo
dr_richard_ew · 1 year ago
You should've let it happen
sir_spiderman · 1 year ago
Nah, not ready to figure out if I'm bi or not. Gonna deal with that in a few years.
dr_richard_ew · 1 year ago
Alright then. Well, if you ever need help, I'm a bi guy who can help anytime
sir_spiderman · 1 year ago
Nah, I'm think my bi guy friend has a crush on me, so if anything I'll find out via him. I kinda feel like a dick about it as I'm open to him about my crush on some other girl.
dr_richard_ew · 1 year ago
Was that crush what you were posting chats about before?
sir_spiderman · 1 year ago
Yea, on the girl.
rydler · 1 year ago
Amazing strategy. I use this too, confuses and scares everyone. 11/10
dr_richard_ew · 1 year ago
Bro, I hope things go well for ya, you seem really passionate about this
sir_spiderman · 1 year ago
Eh, just found out that she and my friend were talking. My friend that I dump all my issues onto. The intelligent one who I discuss all my issue with and knows me better than anyone save my brother. The one who may have a crush on me. And I find out that they were talking about me needing to socialize more (have more friends) and the very next day she texts me half-heartedly trying to start a conversation. So now I'm dealing with worrying about every conversation she has with me being about her feeling bad for me... At least I know that they only started talking AFTER she invited me to church, so that likely wasn't a reason for her inviting me.
rydler · 1 year ago
She doesn't feel bad f or you. You're a friend. people have those. It's okay. They just want you to get out a bit more, interact and all. They don't pity you.
sir_spiderman · 1 year ago
If someone is nice, then assume they want to kill you because they have the best chance to actually kill you.
rydler · 1 year ago
No, if someone is nice, befriend them. Get close to them, connect with them. Make them like you. Help them through things. This will cause them to lean on you when they need you. They will depend on you. They will become unable to hurt you, because if they do, they will be crushed by problems they shared with you, that they can no longer deal with alone.