I remember back in the day when I was in school they will be so cool, they will give you a hug, they will leave you messages on MySpace, maybe write a comment with a nice decoration. They will say your name when they see you and smile and look at you with their eyes wide open, they will listen to you, if you invite them to something they will let you do that.
Now that I am in my 20s they are so different, they give you off this vibe that if you try to hug them you are creepy, they would never say hi unless you say hi first, if you just got to the place they will actually look in other directions before saying hi to you.
They will talk to themselves but never talk to you, if you manage to try to talk to them they may talk about their nails and cat, but any topic you bring they act as if it is boring and they are not interested, they won't listen to you.
They wll never send you a message or leave you a comment. They won't even hit like on any of your pictures or your messages. Even the girls that were nice back them, they will untag themselves from your pics.
If you leave them with a message they will never reply back, in fact you can leave comments and they will just leave you there talking to yourself. In real life as well.
They will always be busy if you ask them to come to your party, they would never ever hang out with you to go grab something, I can't even send a text 'cause I know they won't reply back.
If you are sick they won't feel compasion for you, they will get happy if they see you having a hard time. You can't give them a complement because they think you are weird, or they won't even say thank you. They act so indifferent to you as if they wish you were not there.
I wonder what happened to them, what changed.
Most Helpful Girl
You probably changed. Girls act like that to you because they don't like you. Girls who liked you in school were nice and paid attention to you because they like you. Something may have happened from the time you were in school to now that made you lose your appeal0
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