So a cute stranger smiles at you every time you pass them on your way to class. In response, you:
a) Return the smile, and try to find out more about them. This could turn into something.
b) Introduce yourself; even if they don't like you, it doesn't hurt to make new friends.
c) Return the smile, but stop there. If they like you, they should make the first move.
d) Stare at the ground, tell yourself it's nothing, and get the hell out of there.
If you chose "d" then congratulations! You're either socially retarded (like me) or you are already dating someone (not like me). We should get together sometime and have a pity party. It'll be awesome.
Possibly the worst part is how much I'm overreacting. It was just smiling for Christ's sake; it's not like he asked me out. He probably just has me confused for someone else.
I'm not sure what's more embarrassing: the content of this journal, or the fact that I reached a serious dilemma when choosing to use "they" and "them" over the correct "he or she" and "him or her".
I guess it doesn't matter anyway. Based on what little I know about him, we probably have nothing in common. Forever Alone it is.