To The Guy Who Decided To Block Me Because He Couldn't Confront His Own Feelings

To The Guy Who Decided To Block Me Because He Couldn't Confront His Own Feelings

I hope you realize what a mistake you made because you lost out on someone great.



Remember me? The girl you were talking to every day? The girl you told personal things to? The girl you called on the phone to ask her about her day? Yes, I'm still here, even though you decided to block me and ghost me out of nowhere.

I was blindsided, let me tell you. Everything was going great. You had planned for us to go get dinner and go mini golfing and you even sent me a Google calendar invite for it. You were telling me how excited you were to see me again (in all caps), too.

When we first hung out, I was really nervous, but I slowly started to feel more comfortable and we were laughing at each other's jokes and stories. You even said that your face hurt because you were smiling so much. Everything seemed to be going perfectly. I couldn't wait to go to sleep so I could wake up to your "Good morning" text messages again.

You see, I was really starting to like you. It did scare me a little bit, but I kept telling myself that this was a good thing and I shouldn't be scared of something great. Two days before our mini golfing date, everything was normal. You texted me in the morning and we had a conversation throughout the day. I updated you that I would for sure be able to go out with you to mini golf to which you responded, "Yayyyy!"

You were having a busy week with work and moving so I had asked if you were excited to move. I didn't receive a response, but I just thought it was because you were really tied up with things and that I would hear back from you in the morning.

Much to my dismay, I woke up to an email saying you canceled our date and that it was removed from my Google calendar. I checked my messages, no word from you. Something inside me told me to check Snapchat. Suddenly your name was gone and you were no longer on my friends' list. Blocked.

So, I go to Instagram. "User not found," but yet, I can still see your Instagram profile image and the number of posts you have even though it says, "No posts." Blocked.

At this point, I'm upset, angry, and I'm feeling stupid. Here I am thinking this could actually be a good guy for me and for once, this could work out. I decided to call you out and text you and say, "Is there a reason I'm blocked on social media and you canceled our date? If you're not interested, at least be honest." No answer, obviously.

I'm not sure what exactly your reasoning is to be treating me like this, but to me, it seems like you're running away from your feelings and decided blocking me would be the easiest solution. Or maybe you have a secret girlfriend and you don't want her to find out you're talking to someone else. Whatever the case may be, it sounds like you're a coward. What an immature thing to do. You don't get to smooth talk a girl you say you're into and then toss her to the side when you feel like you're scared, especially coming from a man who claims he respects women.

I'm not sure if you will ever see this, but if you do, I hope you have a really good apology.

I hope you realize what a mistake you made because you lost out on someone great.

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5 Games To Play In School That They Never Block

You used to play these games in school, and so did everyone you know.

Even though some games were blocked on the school's internet, these games were not (for most people) and we used it to our full advantage. Also, one of the pictures on this article will take you to the actual game itself, it is up to you to find it. Good Luck!

1. Poptropica

This game was always so fun but 99% of the time I would only play on spy island.


This is the source of misbehavior in schools because this game was so aggravating.

3. playretrogames

This entire website was never blocked so it was constantly being played on the computer.

4. CoolMath

Again, an entire gaming website that was never blocked and had what was honestly some really fun casual games.

5. The Impossible Quiz


If you are kids are in school and looking for some fun during the day, these websites are almost never blocked by the school's wifi. (Just don't get caught). I hope you enjoyed this article and if you did please feel free to follow myself and the Anderson Universtiy page and I will see you all next time, bye!

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5 Apps To Help You Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

To help you focus on making the most of the year.


It's getting to that point in the year where people are starting to lose steam when it comes to their New Year's Resolutions. If you're like me, you make some pretty big goals, but then fall short on how to achieve them. We are all so connected to our phones, that sometimes the best way to keep track of our goals, is to use our phones. Here's a list of 5 apps that will help keep you on track for your New Year's resolutions.

1. Goodreads.

If one of your resolutions was to read more, then this is the app for you. Goodreads lets you set a reading goal for the year and track your progress. You can make reading lists and track your progress page by page. It also allows you to review books and read other people's reviews.

2. TV Time.

If one of your resolutions was to catch up on all of those shows that people talk about that you've never seen, then try TV Time. Much like Goodreads, it allows you to select what shows you want to watch, log shows you have watched, and track your progress episode by episode. It also lets you look at reviews and interact with other users.

3. Letterboxd.

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If TV shows aren't your thing, but you vowed to watch more movies, then Letterboxd is more your speed. Browse movies by genre, popularity, release date, and many more. Select the movies you have watched and pick which ones are on your watchlist. You can make lists of movies and browse others altogether and you can also rate and review every movie.

4. Flora.

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If you have made either a resolution to use your phone less or to focus more, try downloading Flora. Flora lets you set a timer 25 minutes up to almost 2 hours. Once you set a timer, a seed is planted on your phone and if you click any buttons, the plant will die. However, if you succeed and don't use your phone within the time you set, a tree will grow and will be added to your digital garden. If you need a little more incentive, you can bet real money that you won't lose. If you do lose, you pay the money and a real tree is planted in a rural community. When signing up with Facebook, you can also see how many trees your friends have planted.

5. One List.

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One of the New Year's resolutions people have is to be more productive. If you're like me, you're most productive when you have a list of the things you have to do. One List is the most simple to do list app I have found. You simply pull down on the screen to add something to the list. You can set a priority for each task and then they are automatically sorted from highest to lowest priority. Then you simply swipe to check a task off the list.

So, unless one of your resolutions was to reduce how much you use your phone or stop using your phone altogether, some of these apps are bound to help you achieve one of your resolutions.

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