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Posted 3/18/08

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wolzen wrote:

lolzzz you're 23 and talking about love on a anime site WHAT A LOSER!


dude he's not 23. He's probably a single teenager full of hormones


LMAO <.< maybe... whenn yu said tat i was laughing like hell >...<
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Posted 3/18/08

Flourescent wrote:


welook wrote:


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It's NOT lame, and he's not a loser.

If you like someone a lot and you feel like you let them go, naturally you regret it a long time, whether that be 10 years or forever.

cant u tell its made up? 10 years ago it means he WAS 13, so its not possible



Okay >_> so HE'S a bad excuse. Thanks, I skipped the "coworker" part.

I'm just saying..it is possible to be in this kind of situation, just not so specific. And calling him a loser or anyone like him a loser, in a case like this, is utterly wrong.

Just because he's a liar doesn't mean people can't be in a similar situation, so shut up.

Who said this kind of situation makes a person a loser? lol i personally find this kind of story very nice

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Posted 3/18/08

Darkwiz34 wrote:

liez how could you have a coworker when you were 13?


Ever heard of a part time job?

Last i checked you could one of those at even younger ages. Co-worker, DID sound too professional though.
Posted 3/18/08

welook wrote:


Flourescent wrote:


welook wrote:


Flourescent wrote:

It's NOT lame, and he's not a loser.

If you like someone a lot and you feel like you let them go, naturally you regret it a long time, whether that be 10 years or forever.

cant u tell its made up? 10 years ago it means he WAS 13, so its not possible



Okay >_> so HE'S a bad excuse. Thanks, I skipped the "coworker" part.

I'm just saying..it is possible to be in this kind of situation, just not so specific. And calling him a loser or anyone like him a loser, in a case like this, is utterly wrong.

Just because he's a liar doesn't mean people can't be in a similar situation, so shut up.

Who said this kind of situation makes a person a loser? lol i personally find this kind of story very nice



Wolzen did, thank you. And some agreed, or it was implied.
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Posted 3/18/08

Doom-Desire wrote:


Darkwiz34 wrote:

liez how could you have a coworker when you were 13?


Ever heard of a part time job?

Last i checked you could one of those at even younger ages. Co-worker, DID sound too professional though.


Part time job. Yes. At age 13? No. Unless you're talking about child labor.
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Posted 3/18/08
It's still possible. He could be doing some garbage-picking around the town or in his neighborhood. Jesus, people you need to think low. Don't be all corrupted just because in the current society you can't be working at the age of 13. There are other jobs out there.
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Posted 3/18/08

Darkwiz34 wrote:


Doom-Desire wrote:


Darkwiz34 wrote:

liez how could you have a coworker when you were 13?


Ever heard of a part time job?

Last i checked you could one of those at even younger ages. Co-worker, DID sound too professional though.


Part time job. Yes. At age 13? No. Unless you're talking about child labor.


Yes, and younger. You don't think all those kids you see scooting round on bikes doing paper rounds are small 16 year olds do you? Round our parts everyone got paper rounds at 11-12 (Excpet me because I'm lazy)

Plus we don't know what job it was, it could have been a small weekend job in a sweet store or something.

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Posted 3/18/08
lol... just wondering why the forum creater isn't responding to any of these criticisms (even though he is currently online),
its like he wanted this argument about "co-worker at 13" to occur

but still his story did sound kind of made up, but could also be true ........who knows
Posted 3/18/08

mayes wrote:

lol... just wondering why the forum creater isn't responding to any of these criticisms (even though he is currently online),
its like he wanted this argument about "co-worker at 13" to occur

but still his story did sound kind of made up, but could also be true ........who knows


He`s either watching anime or he doesn`t want to say anything .
Caught red-handed sort of .
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Posted 3/18/08
I currently live in Minnesota you could work here on a job at the age of 14 at most places... but the guy is 23 years old... he posted this an hour ago which means I think someone his age would say co-worker instead of I dont know lets say working buddy? so it doesn't matter shit. If you wanna bug him about it then just message him if not then share if you have a experience that similar to this in any way.


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Well... time flies... I wasn't in the U.S. that time.. no age guidance to apply for a job.. even my house maid was 14... 'n she got married when she was 14!!
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Posted 3/18/08

Doom-Desire wrote:
It's hard to have an unfinished Love story when you've never actually had a love story that began...


Word.

But I think I understand where you're coming from in terms of the feelings of loss. Most times the memories/feelings that make the most impact come from things that we can't have. In your case, it was a missed opportunity. There will always be that question niggling at the back of your head: the what if...

Its tough dealing with that reality sometimes, but at least we realize the importance of taking the initiative to go after what we want in the aftermath.


Posted 3/18/08
Were a sweatshop worker or what hunn?
Ha, I'm kidding.

Nope, I've never had an experience like that
but this shows all of you to buck up and tell
the other person how you feel.
Rejection is the worst that can happen.


:]

P.s Hey mate, I agree with all these comments on the first page.
Posted 3/18/08
haha maybe they were coworkers at the lemonade stand!
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Posted 3/19/08

MzzCheeky wrote:


Doom-Desire wrote:
It's hard to have an unfinished Love story when you've never actually had a love story that began...


Word.

But I think I understand where you're coming from in terms of the feelings of loss. Most times the memories/feelings that make the most impact come from things that we can't have. In your case, it was a missed opportunity. There will always be that question niggling at the back of your head: the what if...

Its tough dealing with that reality sometimes, but at least we realize the importance of taking the initiative to go after what we want in the aftermath.




That wasn't actually a winge, that was just me answering the question. And yea I'm all for Cornelius Robinsons "Keep moving forward" line...Not that I've ever had many situations where I'd contemplate the what ifs anyway.

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