Anyways we ended hooking up, both our faults. When it came down to why it happened on his side he said he didn't know why it did, in that second he wanted me & he doesn't know why. When I asked why he didn't just hook up with someone else his response was 'I don't know it's not like I even wanted to hook up with anyone.' He once told me he's a sucker for me.
Anyways we got in a very heated argument he ended up blocking me on everything. Only then telling me that we both should try & move on. After the argument he went to Twitter putting 'thank fuck for that.' I messaged him still angry... He then put another tweet with emojis referring to 'hooking and reeling me in.'
I told him goodbye & since then he's been putting tweets up to get at me, to make me feel like shit. As he knows I check his twitter, a habit in trying to break. He also rang me on a no caller id yesterday to see if I had blocked him. Why is he acting like this when he's the one saying we should try move on?
Most Helpful Guy
The way I see it, the two of you just aren't compatible with each other. So it would be wise to just move on, like he mentioned. If he is behaving this immaturely (regarding Twitter and crap), you'd better ignore him.0
Most Helpful Girl
He hooked up with you because he could... that was all, but then you started getting clingy and "typical female", asking him questions and wanting answers, but all he wanted was to hook up and move on.
Then when you wouldn't just be cool about it he put you in the psycho girl category and ended up blocking you to avoid the constant nagging, but you persisted (unsurprisingly). His jabs on Twitter are there because he knows you check it... you are being a psycho and it's annoying so he wants to poke the bear and punish you for being that way. If you hadn't have grilled him after sex, or stalked his actions online, it wouldn't have been turned into a massive issue and your friendship would have survived and there would be no need for the nonsense.0