Thursday, March 15, 2012

Just haven't met you yet.

Do you ever have relationships in your head
with people that you see on campus?

I do.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Listen, it's not that weird.

This is how the story goes:

Once upon a time way last year, I took Living Prophets from Lloyd Newell.


There was this guy in my class.

And I found him...

handsome.

The good kind of handsome--the kind that you have to look twice to notice.

I was reminded of him last summer,
when I saw an article in a magazine that made me think of him.


And now this semester,

I
see
him
everywhere.

Crossing campus.

On the sidewalk near my house.

Often when I leave the office around 5 pm,
I see him in the lobby of the building where I work.


Once, I caught him eyeing my Greek textbook.

So now, I usually make longer-than-could-be-attributed-to-happenstance eye contact when I see him.

Sometimes I wonder if he notices.

I wonder if he recognizes me.

He always seems to be looking up when I walk by.

Today, I walked down the hall at about that time,
wondering whether he would be there.

I turned the corner



and he was.

And then I thought seriously about what would happen if I said,

"Hey, this is really weird, but we once had a class together,
and I just find you really handsome."

(And then I went home and facebook stalked him.
He's really clever and interesting, by the way.)

The end.


Life's boring if you're not just a little creepy.

5 comments:

  1. This is fantastic.
    Seriously, I have so been there.

    And really, what could possibly happen if you said that to him?

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  2. girl, you should just start saying hi to him when you walk past. do-it.

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  3. ....What does the Rebel Alliance symbol have to do with him?

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    1. oh, it does. i'm just not sure how explicit to be. what if someone realizes who i'm talking about? ;)

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  4. Why would it matter if someone realizes who you're talking about? None of us know him

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