but the whole thing would have been just as funny with out the rude part. A simple “yeah you did, i won’t go out with you” would have sufficed and she wouldn’t be seen as a bitch. to me, she is worse than the fb stalker guy because she’s just rude.
then again, she already proved herself as your typical stupid bitch sorority girl with her status update. he should have known what he was getting into. maybe he should have waited untill later after she’s wasted after a night out with her “bitches” and they he probably could have nailed her.
I’m gonna have to agree with most posters here and say fuck yeah he got what was coming to him. I feel that it’s a bit to feminine for guys to use “lol”. Then you add the way he types and “prolly” talks… Plus he called her friend Bo an asshole. Just because you might be a bit husky doesn’t mean you should take extra offence to her response.
Um no Alijacket – Sara was added by Andrew, making him a creepy loser.
Not to mention he posted such an insulting thing on a pretty important update. That update should be filled with congratualtions etc etc. not – who are you? Who does that? Seriously if you don’t know the person just delete them…
I’d love to know the “backstory” to this. My guess is that Andrew logged into facebook late one night, after a boozy binge on pizzas, donuts and a dozen Bud Lights. While scratching his balls and burping away in front of his computer, he trawled the college network and came across Sara and a few other “hot” chicks, judging by their profile pictures.
The next morning Sara quickly checked her facebook before rushing to write her exams for the day, and just confirmed Andrew’s friend request without checking up on him first. Andrew slept late (hopefully without missing any exam papers), and couldn’t really remember what he did the previous night.
A week later Sara was overjoyed at having finished her finals. And Andrew was still looking for his first experience of sex.
@DukeGuy -that’s a pretty dumb stereotype to put on someone based on their name… were you dumped hard core by a Sara? Because of all the 8 Sara’s/Sarah’s I’ve known, none of them were wenches. All stereotypes based on names are stupid… unless it’s Mercedes… stupid wench…
Maybe it’s just the language barrier, being from the UK where we speak English not English(American), but if a guy asked me if I wanted to “kick it” with him I’d have to answer either “sorry, I don’t play football” or “I’m not into that kind of thing…”
For the record though over the internet some guys seem a lot more cocky and try the most ridiculous lines. I was once randomly added on msn probably via my old myspace page or something like that and a bloke opened the conversation with something along the lines of “hi, where are you from? want to meet up sometime? do you like anal?” all in the opening sentences. He was very quickly met with a “Sod off, you’re blocked.” The internet brings out the worst in people, but at least we can still have a laugh at their expense.
I completely understand you. When my cousin from Boston said that she’d hit someone up, the last thing on my mind didn’t involve her calling somebody.
The internet only exposes some idiots for who they really are, and it’s quite funny to take part in the spectacle.
You deserve a medal for understanding the immense amount of rubbish I spout sometimes, bravo Maralie and I’m not being sarcastic either! Some idiots are always idiots though, it’s hardly exposing them when they can barely conceal their complete lack of braincells…chat up lines have to be the funniest of them by far though
Yeah, ‘suave’ lines are so brilliant.
P.S. I’ll gladly wear that medal! It’s all easy to understand, just as long as it doesn’t have anything under the lines of “…i prolly added u to see how u looked,” I’m perfectly well off.
Haha pick up lines? Does anyone use pick up lines anymore, let alone one’s that aren’t cheesy and scare people off? And trying to pick up via the internet is so wrong. Bill needs to design and implement a computer that can slap a person with a newspaper and tell them ‘NO!’ when it detects the user flirting cheesily on the internet.
The language barrier has now left me wondering what sort of props these are – for a play? From a film? I hope it’s either lightsabers or spares from a porn set, or even better both to make a truly terrible parody…
No Gripper, not NZ. Had a few visits there years ago, but that’s all.
Not Irish either, Jenivere! Though I’d like to spend my retired years there, to be honest.
Sorry, didn’t mean to sidetrack this thread and go too far off-topic… and I honestly don’t think it all that important to know the nationality of anyone else here, anyways. It can be fun but often leads to silly stereotyping.
We’re all anonymous, well most of us anyway, so it matters not. I just like giggling at the differences in some sayings that make no sense over here! At the end of the day, we’re only here to laugh at stupid people, but if occaisionally an interesting conversation arises, let it happen, it balances the clever/dumb ratio in the world.