I blame Facebook for why I felt no need to attend my high school reunion.
In less time than it takes to microwave a Hot Pocket, I can click through pictures of old boyfriends vacationing in China and acquaintances propped up in hospital beds holding wrinkled babies.
If any of these scenarios fit the bill, you certainly aren't alone. Maybe your high school or college reunion is coming up, and you are already imagining getting reacquainted with a certain someone. Do you have one particular friend that you simply can't get off of your mind?
If a relationship with an old friend is in the future, will it happen without a little push? Maybe this infatuation or interest has gone on for several years, even a decade or more. While of course you certainly don't want to be labeled a stalker, there really isn't anything wrong with looking up old friends.
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They are the ones who may have been high school sweethearts, good friends, or long lost loves.
So when G., a certified member of my high school’s Royal Family, friended me and began a flurry of flirtatious Facebook messages last December, I felt as if my cyber metamorphosis from drab, dorky teenager into an exotic urban species was a success. and I shared an Algebra class together and I’d always harbored a secret crush on him. and I were nestled at polar opposites of the high school hierarchy.
The thing is, I don't actually get the feeling that she's girlfriend material for me, not quite the right match in that way - she appears however as someone I think I would like to try and be friends with... And then just basically talking about how she sounds incredibly interesting and I love her thirst for knowledge.
Well I sure hope not because I'm not embarrassed about using a dating site at all and besides I am being quite brave if I send this person I was in school with a message right? (This is all true) Or end it by saying something like "so maybe we can get to know each other a bit better than we did in school?
" I've written what I want to say but I don't know how to 'sign off' how to finish the message...
Facebook has gifted us all with a 24-hour high school reunion, complete with more non-sequitur sound bites and slideshows than any evening of drinks in a stuffy bar could possibly emulate.
Fully aware of this, I’ve crafted my Facebook page to reflect a wildly well-manicured dining and laughing with throngs of fascinating people at all sorts of exclusive New York City events.