Well, it looks like she just plain doesn't like you that way. It's a shitty situation, and not an easy one to deal with, but honestly, odds are this won't be the last time it happens, so you might as well try to learn something from it.
I guess all you can really do is try your best to move on; go find other girls (there are lots of them, and I'm sure you'll even find some who actually like you), don't be resentful towards the girl or your friend, and try just being friends with her. It'll be painful for a while, sure, but it's better than losing her entirely (plus, hey, you never know how things might change in the future). A little bit of wallowing at first is healthy, but don't let it turn into long-term depression. I think you'll find that it gets easier as time goes on, and eventually you'll get over her.
At 3/30/12 10:56 PM, NinjaCube wrote:
They were wondering how you got into a really advanced class when you look just about as smart as a banana.
But I'm as smart as an orange not a banana
Wow, you're like a middle school Don Draper.
Sorry, couldn't resist.
At 3/31/12 10:50 AM, NinjaCube wrote:
Okay, I'm 13 years old, and even my weirdest and most childish friend had a girlfriend
Eh, I wouldn't worry about that. You're not already 13, you're only 13. Don't get discouraged just because it looks like everyone else around you is dating. First of all, that's probably not as true as you think it is, and besides, at your age who's going out with who is often a matter of random chance as much as anything. But more importantly, things will happen in their own time, and you have plenty of it. Just take care of yourself and be friendly and social.
Just be patient, and everything will work out alright.