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"I don't have your number and you obviously never check your fbook messages or you woulda got back to me"So if she never checks her messages, why is he bothering to leave another comment asking for her number? Poor Jeremy is so clueless. Makes me think of the Lloyd and Mary exchange from the movie "Dumb and Dumber." Lloyd: The least you could do is level with me. What are my chances? Mary: Not good. Lloyd: You mean like one out of a hundred? Mary: More like one out of a million. Lloyd: So you're tellin' me there's a chance.
I just noticed the mug shot of the day! Oh my gosh! HA HA HA HA HA! :D
As a woman who has usually tried to be compassionate in her rejections, I have to say that it's a thankless position. Something about testosterone mixing with a bad personality that equals douchebag in a way that can lead a perfectly sane woman to want to commit murder. I still remember being stalked by Brian Delaney before the tech age. I shudder to think what lengths he'd have been able to go to these days.
was one of those folks the emo posterchild? this is why i ban under 21's from contacting me. so freakin vapid.and there really ins't anything better than hot butter scorn. it's not just for breakfast anymore!
I wake up ready to dish out hot buttered scorn to all comers.
Ewwwww.... you were stalked by Brian Dennehy?! That's creepy on so many different levels. He was frightening enough wearing scuba gear in Cocoon!!
Wow - my neck and shoulders hurt from all the cringing I did while reading this. I sure hope Jeremy meets his (equally clueless and obnoxious) dream girl at wherever he transferred to escape being pummeled Leslie's boyfriend.
Would it make me a douchebag too to point out that at no point did Leslie actually tell the guy she wasn't interested? No crime in being clueless. Or stupid. Or shallow.From the sound of Ryan, it seems this gal's into bags of the douche variety, so I can see where he got the idea he had a shot.
Nope, you are right, Brian. She could've spoken up. Maybe she thought it would just encourage him, though.
That is classic fontrum. Yeeshk.
I had to look up fontrum. Thanks for expanding my horizons, M.
Fontrum? Hmmmm. I'll be right back.Ah, ok. Yeah, Melissa, totally! :)
i was loooking in the wrong dictionary! but yea it definitely works for this situation.
Poor guy. Although he kind of deserves it for being so oblivious.
I will concur with both the fontrumedness of this scene, and the lack of effort of any kind on the part of our pursued protagonist to put an end to this (at least, as far as the screencap records show). Guys always hear about how women want to be "pursued," then when we actually follow through and get no response, we can go one of two directions: ignore & move on, or pursue harder. In my experience, different women are hoping for either one at different times, yet very few actually find ways to let us know (even subtly) which it is. Yes, poor Jeremy is indeed a huge d-bag, but Leslie is equally a huge tease (and loves it, no doubt).
Most cringeworthy moment: him saying 'Where dat numba at bitch' and expecting a favourable response.Perhaps like Voronya, I despair for the vapidity of the youth of today... and yes, emo is kiddie Goth at best.I trust Jeremy is scalded* by the Isaac Hayes-sized quantities of hot buttered scorn poured on him. Wanker.* My word verif today is scald. Nice.
Good to know high school hasn't changed much, just the methods and the means.