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My only high school sweetheart was the bell that let us out of school each day. I had a crush on every girl in high school but for some reason, none of them bothered to ask me out. I’m still bitter about that.
so you spread yourself around
for me it was just one boy.
I would have no other.
Went stag every event.
Well, at least you went.
But, honey, I loved him!
What guy in his right mind turns down love?
The heart doesn’t think. It took me a long time to get used to the fact that just because I like some woman or I think she’s pretty, it doesn’t mean she has to like me back. Did you pursue this guy? Most girls I liked in high school didn’t know I existed.
Gabriel García Márquez received the Nobel Prize in Literature. That’s quite an achievement! He’s a fantastic author, one of the best in my opinion.
I loved chronicles of a death foretold. I know @daze is a fan too. And 100 years of solitude is his most Famous
the prettiest high school girl was after me
I wish I had married my high school boyfriend. We dated for awhile into college but eventually went our separate ways. It was the healthiest relationship I’ve ever been in, followed by the most abusive relationship I’ve ever been in. I’ve followed him on social media over the years and he’s done pretty well. Me, not so much. I often wonder how things would be different if we had gotten back together. Oh well.
Sarcastic venting approaching… danger will robinson…
High school was great, I got bullied and girls told me I was a loser. Good times. I love how my heart wanted what it wanted so I could get rejected and laughed at. Romance is awesome.
I was homeschooled, so it would have been creepy for me to marry myself.
Yeah, but at least you would have had a lot in common.
You should have seen me dancing with myself at homecoming!
Some girls dig that on a first date .
My high school sweetheart is an abusive manipulative piece of human garbage. He’s in prison for the next 20 years where he belongs. I really lucked out being able to get away from him.
Yeah, I wanted to marry my high school sweetheart but she was already married. Coincidentally, her husband was a teacher too.
I had a crush on a classmate but it wasn’t strong enough. I did ask her out (she refused, but then she accepted we go to school together every morning). However in the end when I was supposed to confess, I chickened out. The girl didn’t look too disappointed. I guess neither of us regrets anything today.
He must be someone. That’s true.
The problem with marrying your teenage sweetheart is that you are always left wondering what it would be like to sleep with someone else.
And that can play havoc on a marriage down the road. I’d say it’s better to play the field for a bit before you settle down, get it all out of your system before committing fully to another person.