Agree to Disagree
I'd beg to differ with all of you on this one.
I was almost in your shoes just recently. The only difference was that I did not attempt to contact any of the girl's friends after things between me and her fell apart.
After I got back from winter break, I participated in a dodgeball tournament. At the tournament were all of the girl's best friends and some of my own. At first, they would not talk to me, because they had the impression that I was a needy, obsessive nobody. However, it was this same weekend that marked two weeks for me since I began studying all of my stuff.
In other words, I was ready to rock it.
I went in there and played some kickass dodgeball. All night, I was ripping out funny remarks and socializing with everybody as if I was a king. Soon, I got all of her friends and her closest friend, who originally told me to stop talking to the girl, to finally be active with me. We both shot back and forth playful sneers and teases as we got one another out. It was overall an awesome night.
Fast forward. There was a big dance at my school, and all of her friends were once again there. She, once again, was not there herself. I immediately entered the place as if I owned it. When I went out onto the dance floor, I just went ham. Eventually, I had a group of guys following me around because they knew I was the most superior in their group. Her friends immediately began socializing with me and told me to dance in their circle, so I did. At one point, when PSY was playing and I was in another group, I jumped right through their ring, stomped down in the center of it, and started doing the dance. All of her friends screamed and hooted for me. Afterwards, they socialized with me even more as if I was the greatest guy in the world.
What I virtually did was I showed them that I was way different than what their best friend thought I was. This put her in the wrong and me in the right.
To accomplish the same objective, go out their and prove them wrong. They say you're annoying? Go out there and be cocky funny. They say you're pathetic? Go out there and show them that you're a king who has no need for a queen. Go out there and OWN IT!
"There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time." - Malcolm X