Re: She says she's over it
DOnt worry about it my boy, i feel this one may have got away from you. to win her back may casue you far more stress then is needed and risk a far larger hit to your repuation. especially if shes already trying to gain soem social high ground, issue witht hat is, women can say what they like withotu being jduged, men cant, if you start saying the same thing you'll be teh bad guy even if she did it all.
so heres what you do
be nice about it, yeah its hard yeah its annoying but be understanding and fine with it, agree with her reasons have a alaugh about it(even if it hurts)
this is super passive aggressive and will killer her and if it looks like you mean it, she c ant be angry or bitch about it unless she lies, and in that case, she will get called on it.
general in social circumstance, comupance is always given, she will lose the highground the moment she tries tob ring you down(highground she got simply by acting fisrt)
if you want to piss her off, look at her events page and attend every event shes attending. dont go of course but her lovely little awquard avoiding genes will push her away. again if you get asked be calm, cool say you thought it would be random"why whats the problem?" ha! got her, she cant really explain, if she says she doesnt want you to go blah blah simply say" why you trying to control me?" then leave or haev another nicely aimed passive jabs if she replies but dont start conversations dont doanything after the inital"yeah i agree we wouldnt work" bit.
so sorry to hear you lost out due to whatever reason. women can be cruel. but dont worry about it, carry on and if shes being co ld then as soon as you seam to be having fun with another girl she'll crawl right back, or atleast ignore you. probably bitcha bout you ...but who cares.seriosuly, who would care! her and you? you obvisouly dont,a nd if she thinks shes the only one that cares then she will hate that. lol
advice - move on, and move on well!
best of luck
"It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most
responsive to change." Charles Darwin