posted on Feb, 12 2012 @ 01:48 AM
I'm the kind of guy that doesn't like to be disliked by someone. If someone doesn't like me, I sometimes dwell on it and really try to put together
why it might be so. I don't know what the reason is for this psychology, but it's just how I've always been.
Earlier today I went and seen an old friend that I only see once in a while. He has a girlfriend and I'd met her one time previously. The first time
I met her it seemed she liked me well enough. Well here we are 5 months or so in the future, and I was with them again. My friend was out of the room
for a moment and the old awkward silence began. Just to kinda make some random small talk, I said to her that she looks kinda different than I
remember, as I was somewhat annebriated in our previous encounter. She said 'Oh yeah, it's probably because I look like s**t right now.' All I said
after this was 'Yeah that must be it.' She kinda giggled and said something like, 'awww you're not supposed to say.' Blah Blah frickin' Blah.
At the time I didn't think it was that inappropriate to say, but later on she made a comment about it, and how my friend 'must have been okay with
it'. Then when my friend was sitting there he was reading something on his phone and he gave her a questioning look. She told him I said she looks
like s**t. She kind of made a bit of a deal about it and asked him if he wanted her to leave, because he wasn't spending time with her. Sounds pretty
damn needy, but I started to feel bad about my comment and asked my friend if she hated me now. He told me I probably shouldn't of said it, but
we're old friends so it's not like he personally cared.
So I guess my question is, was that a highly inappropriate remark on my part or is she just a needy chick? I don't know if other people analyze their
own comments and the responses like I do but this particular instance has weighed on my mind all day. Thanks to anyone that responds.