I am two kinds of fool I know

For loving, and for saying so.

Why is it that telling someone you love them always creates the assumption that you want something from them you didn't want before?

I didn't tell you I love you to get something out of you. I told you I love you because if someone loved me I'd have liked to know, even if I didn't feel the same way. I guess I don't feel that love is something to be afraid of. My mistake.

I was always prepared to live with the fact that you didn't love me too, but I really felt it would be stupid to love you for years and years and never tell you.

I'm still the same friend I was yesterday. I didn't change because I told you how I felt.

You did.

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  • I am sorry your friend changed. Sometimes people can't handle it because they feel deceived. Not that you did anything wrong cause you really didn't, but they thought of you a certain way and they thought you felt the same (just a friend) and now they are wondering how long you felt like this?

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