|fufe wrote: *||Wed Aug 15, 2018 4:13 pm|
Pimpdee can you clarify what did you find rude and what is "a nice girl" ?
I am getting the notion we may be seeing different things..
I don't know there where you live but here, in Italy, when you had a conversation with someone and get to know each other, personal questions and so on, you are not a friend of course but also you are not a stranger...especially when you are in the same environment often.
When somebody doesn't give to someone a salute, a hi, a hello, and act like for him/her you are a stranger, it's seen as a very bad thing.
This girl in particular, I met her because her and my mother started talking at the beach and for the girl's mother I was interesting (my mother told me that she said "he's a good looking guy" referring to me)...also her mother told to my mother how nice, how this, how that, her daughter is, good qualities (like she is nice, serious, look at book, dedicated to study, ect).
Adding to that, her mother was surprised, after when I and her daughter met and talk, by the fact that she seemed to like talking with me, like "we click", because her daughter, according to her mother, doesn't talk too much (red flag).
After I met that girl, I told my mother my version on how I see this girl, that she is not a nice one and she is not interesting.
The fact, how she acted in my presence, like I didn't exist, it was a proof for what I told to my mother...and for my mother it was a lesson because she refused to believe me.
My mother instead of treating like she treated me (or like other mothers does : <<did you see my son?/did you say hi to my son?>>
), ignoring her like she was doing to me, she acted like it was nothing, like she doesn't seen what the girl was doing (implying that it is okay for her, my mother, that this girl was rude). This is something that I was angry about it, I felt like my mother stand on the girl side than on mine.
My anger left when I realized that being "confrontational" it's not what she wanted to do or however it's not in her nature.