I have a friend

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    Jan 18, 2011 10:11 PM GMT
    Who publicly embarrassed his crush's friends in the library by kicking them out of a room for unique circumstances.

    He didn't know they were even friends until he saw them leave, go down one floor of the library, start talking to his crush, and looking in his direction. He was with his co-worker who was actually the one that did the kicking, and was acting simply as back-up in case the students caused a scene.

    Now my friend thinks he hates him and his life is over.

    (P.S - He for sure know the guy was interested before, but was too nervous to make a move, mainly because if it went south, he would have to see him everyday and be reminded of that embarrassment until he found another job.)

    What should he do?
    It's totally a friend and not me.
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    Jan 18, 2011 11:04 PM GMT
    "kicking them out of the room for unique circumstances."

    It sounds as if he was just doing his job, preserving the library as a place of peace and quiet, as it should be.

    Why do men think that there is only one person available to them, in the whole wide world, and that, if they miss out on that one, there will never be another chance with anyone else.

    Your friend should take this as a sign that the man he coveted was not Mr. Right. And, if he's anything like his disruptive friends, he has no respect for other people.

    Now, he is free to go out and find someone who deserves him.
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    Jan 18, 2011 11:17 PM GMT
    sound's like your friend's crush may, one would hope, see him as having some integrity and respect him for using his authority in a circumstance that warranted it... Just because he doesn't allow people to take the piss in the library shouldn't suggest, to anybody with at least moderate reasoning skills, that they are an a-hole

    the crush may say to his friends 'what a dick' that librarian was, but if he knew in fact his friends were being the dicks, the words are merely lip serevice to help alleviate his mate's embaressment

    there is still hope yet ......... (secret message)



    erm, are you SURE the 'friend' isn't you?! ;p It was definitely my first assumption, if so, go get yours bud, if not, play gay cupid for the lulz?
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    Jan 18, 2011 11:20 PM GMT
    Webster666 saidWhy do men think that there is only one person available to them, in the whole wide world, and that, if they miss out on that one, there will never be another chance with anyone else.
    That's what I was wondering.
    If I fucked every "crush" I had, I'd never have time to shower between fucking sessions.
    There are other fish in the sea. You friend will get over it. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jan 18, 2011 11:22 PM GMT
    _Sage_ saiderm, are you SURE the 'friend' isn't you?! ;p It was definitely my first assumption, if so, go get yours bud, if not, play gay cupid for the lulz?
    I like this part. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jan 18, 2011 11:41 PM GMT
    paulflexes said
    _Sage_ saiderm, are you SURE the 'friend' isn't you?! ;p It was definitely my first assumption, if so, go get yours bud, if not, play gay cupid for the lulz?
    I like this part. icon_biggrin.gif


    ;]


    yay, an excuse for me to converse with you on the thread, at last! I like your style.....
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    Jan 19, 2011 12:34 AM GMT
    ah, you got me/him

    ok so the friends were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. They weren't really disturbing anyone but they were in a room reserved for graduate students (although it wasn't really full), when a random check of ID cards was planned. It sucks kicking people out for this, especially if they are actually studying, but I try to understand it from the point of view of a graduate students who are entitled to a seat in that room. In any case, I know I wasn't wrong, but it sucks explaining it to the undergraduate students.

    He did check me out one more time before my shift ended, but that may have been a stare of disappointment. I was too embarrassed to say anything, and back to my original point of not making a move, it's where I work everyday, and I am deathly frightened by the outcome...especially if this is all in my head =S

    I know there will be more, but it's too frustrating, we've all been there I am sure and letting go is probably the hardest part, maybe I'll do something ridiculous before I quit