And three days later he bolted.
I don't really blame him 100%. Told him beforehand that I am very clingy and he laughed slightly. "I think you're gonna be a cute clingy girlfriend." If only he knew what's coming for him.
Also told him (or maybe not..I might have forgotten?) that I panicked easily and I expect my future partner to (sorf of) text me often. I mean, I can't help it :( Curse my clingyness. Sobs.
But then again, he is probably having problems on his own or he got this clingywannabegirlfriend alert on the last day we actually texted.
Then again, I should've not texted him at 4 in the morning.
Texted him again before he went back to Melbourne and got a reply and I don't know what else to reply him. (Again, Atika - WHY) I am a serious mess in the head rn.
I should not take his words seriously right??
but here I am, typing with mixed emotions building up and it does not look good. I'll get over it sooner or later but rn I just need some times off.
I am writing this down as a reminder that in life, happiness is something you can create for yourself and for others but it might not be the same case the other way round.
We have each other's Facebook and Snapchat now, should I delete him? Or?
When it was Paul, it was easy cos I knew his Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram, but never add him up. We are still texting regularly (cos I am too nice - blame my mum's genes for still being nice to people who are not) and do not feel like I wanted to rip his head off. Although his excuses were really lame and I should have seen them coming too. *smacks self
This is why I have issues with boys rn. I have yet to meet a prince or someone who make my heart flutters everytime I talk to him. (Or perhaps I have? ;p )
I have had my experiences being on Tinder for the last one year. Most guys on Tinder only want one thing and one thing only (self explanatory) Although I have had friends who actually met their partners / spouses on Tinder and I am not complaining lol so happy for them obviously ❤
This is also a reminder for myself to not let my feelings overcloud my judgments and eventually get carried away with things. Tinder love is not stupid but it makes me feel like a foolish one.
Although, on one of my Tinder dates, the guy actually told me how to know if a guy (or girl) is into you.
Well, Melb boy - I hope you're reading this and I hope when we see each other in the future, we're gonna be on better terms :) (and you're probably gonna regret rejecting me bahahaha kbye)