The day when Facebook adds a "See the people who viewed your profile" option. Plus the number of times.
So Patrick's reaction right there pretty much sums up how I will feel about it once I know about it. Now why am I dreading it? Well, to put it simply, I am a hardcore stalker. Guilty as charged. I know it isn't really prestigious or anything but I can't really help it. I'm one of those who have fallen victim to unrequited love, to unreciprocated romance. One of many who sometimes catch themselves thinking about that one person, and all the what-if's in between, one of those who randomly write that one person's name in their notebooks and draw those little hearts around them, and one of those who are inspired to scribble down (tragic) love poems inspired by that one person.
So obviously, I like this guy and he doesn't seem to like me the same way. I mean, we talk and are on relatively good terms and everything but we're not really close friends. Him and I, we are more like people who get to see each other a few times a week, talk to each other when we need to and have mutual friends. Over the years, I've developed this really big crush on him. You know when you were younger and you formed this image of your "perfect guy"? People say that whoever you would've imagined your perfect guy to be will surely not be the one you will fall in love with. Sometimes, the person you love is the complete opposite of your "perfect guy". In my case, he IS my "perfect guy". He is the exact person I formed in my mind when I thought about my ideal guy. He might not be to other people but he is to me and it sort of hurts when I see him around with his *choke* girlfriend.
So Facebook, please don't ever add the aforementioned option. If so, he will find out how many times I randomly go to his profile and skim through his wall posts, look at his picture, and almost write "i like you" but then slowly push backspace one letter at a time.
Okay, I am creepy and silly and slightly pathetic. Love does that to you sometimes.
a lil' heartbroken,