• Don’t kid yourself, there’s no excuse.

    by  • July 4, 2011 • * Safe for Work *, Abuse • 0 Comments

    I don’t want to ever see you again but at the same time I do. I want to look you in the eyes and tell you that you were wrong. But if I did that, I know you would just argue with me. I know you would tell me that it’s my fault. I sent mixed signals. I led you on. I don’t care if you think that because if you do, you are lying to yourself.

    So here’s what happened: We were out late with friends and you wanted to crash at my place. I was tired and drunk. I assumed you were being honest and just wanted to crash. So, of course I said you could. But that’s not what you wanted and I was too tired and too drunk to adequately deal with the situation. Yes, I did put myself in this situation and I can see that you might at first think I wanted something other than I did. But seriously, when I’m trying to sleep and obviously just trying to sleep? Sure, I didn’t verbalize anything but I shouldn’t have to. Actions speak louder than words and my actions, pretty damn clear. That was not what I wanted. But you didn’t care, did you?

    And then you had the audacity to text me the next day saying we should hang out? No, we’re not friends. I guess we never were because you sure as hell didn’t and still don’t respect me. You took advantage of the situation. You can pretend all you want that I’m to blame but the truth is I was dumb to allow myself to be in that situation but that doesn’t excuse you.

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