“There was a really beautiful, popular girl my friend, Rohan, had a serious crush on. He asked her out several times but she was always ‘busy’. She never really discouraged him though, I think she liked the attention.
One day Rohan got two tickets to a sold-out movie. He bought them from a friend who had to go out of town for an emergency.
Rohan immediately called the girl of his dreams and of course, she accepted. He was thrilled and everything seemed fine.
The night of the show they’re at the theater waiting for the show to begin and she suddenly says, ‘Oh, I see my friend, I’ll be right back!’
You guessed it, she never returned. Rohan stayed at the seats since that’s the only place she would logically look for him. When the show ended, Rohan ever the gentleman, waited for a long time so he could drive her home. But saw no sign of her. She didn’t answer her phone or texts. So he left feeling so hurt.
By the next morning, he was rightfully angry! She called him around noon apologizing and saying she ran into her ex they had a long talk and worked out a lot of stuff and lost track of time. She had actually missed the movie and blah, blah, blah.
He accepted her apology and asked if they could try again. She accepted and told him how very nice and forgiving he was. She had underestimated him!
So the next Saturday evening he took her to a very expensive restaurant. He was polite and chatty the whole way up there. He made the reservation in her name.
They were seated, ordered food, ate, and then Mike excused himself to go to the men’s room. He very deliberately said, ‘I’ll be right back.’
He walked out to the parking lot and drove away. And became the hero of every good guy who’s been treated like garbage by a girl because she just didn’t give a hoot about his feelings.”