Are you kidding me? You talk to me on the phone and argue semantics? Peter Pan asked if I had sent her CD and said she was moving. I apologized and asked for her new addy. She said, “No, I’ll pick it up.” I said, “Tell me when to leave it in my door,” and then just like her she got all sad sack about it. For the love of Pete, dude, I haven’t seen you since either the end of July or the first couple days of August–I’d have to check my blog–and you didn’t even miss this CD until I realized that I had it. She said, “I understand that you don’t want to see me,” and I said, “I just got home. Give me a few and I’ll call,” and she said, “No worries. You don’t have to talk to me.”
Sooooo intense and dramatic. We had sex a handful of times. You were my rebound. I told you after we’d done it one night that you needed a nice, young sensible girl who wouldn’t be doing clinical hours next school year. We had an understanding.
She then started in about how great she is. I told her, “You are pretty lacking in integrity,” and she said, “I’m the most integrous person that you’ll ever meet.” Now that cracked me up. She never finished college and introduced herself to me as a teacher of kids with special needs. And she let that run for seven-weeks!
Later in our convo tonight, she asked me if I was seeing anyone. A bit later she asked if she had introduced herself to me as an assistant, would I be her friend and still be dating her? OMG!
You tell me that what you did was not a lie and that I’m the one with the problem and then it’s obvious that you thought you could date me again. WhoTF do you think you are? I couldn’t believe it. She said that I was wrong several times, and that she is the best person she knows. Good. I don’t like untruths or lacking in authenticity. I’m fine with not knowing the best person in the world.
I told her that I wish her peace and the best, but I am sending her CD (It’s already in a cardboard mailer–photo type one.), but I don’t desire to see her and that she thinks that it’s fine to let someone run with lies of omission for weeks, and then only say after you’ve hung out with someone for seven-weeks, but only just after you’ve had sex a few days, “I have let you believe something that is not true,” is completely lacking in accountability imho.
She said that: “I have let you believe something that is not true.” How is that not a lie? I told her that we don’t see things the same way, have nothing in common, and that I’m good on the friends front. I did also tell her that on the off-chance that I run into her, I will say hello and exchange pleasantries, but we don’t need to prearrange. After all, it’s me with the problem wanting someone to mean what she says and say what she means, and I don’t know, be honest.