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I was in a cramped room on the second floor of the Upright Citizens Brigade Training Center on Sunset Boulevard for the aforementioned class. The real gut punch happened a few minutes later via text.“You were a hot and cold mess,” he responded to my WTF message.
And I was attempting friendly small talk across the table to the one person in all of Los Angeles who feels actual hatred for me. ” He echoed my surprise and immediately started a furious bout of texting, but I wouldn’t have characterized his reaction as upset. “I don’t say this very often, but you’re really not worth being friends with.”We had bonded two years previously on the Los Angeles section of Reddit over day-trip tips and then in private messages over our respective, recently ended relationships. Affairs columns As our conversation evolved into texts, we opened up about ourselves with the intimacy that a certain level of anonymity affords.