I know this is a strange experience for you, and I hope you read this whole letter before you throw it away and I don't expect anything in return, but this was the easiest way I could tell you how I felt. I feel very much used by you, I read threw our old text messages and replayed the moments we had shared few but shared, and I felt like you liked me as more then just a friend even if it was just during Fiddler, and if that isn't true then as someone you used to know and who did care about you, I feel like I must tell you that you need to learn to preserve yourself more. You must do your best not to be "too friendly" with girls. Sometimes if I think about whatever we were for too long I get super confused and I think maybe it was all in my head and I couldn't bring myself to give you insight into my crazy thought processes because I wanted us to still be friends, and I didn't want your perception of me to change, but I'm done blaming myself. I think you knew to some extent what you where doing, even if not perfectly. I hope you know that I didn't become your friend for any other reason then just to be your friend, and maybe everyone else's comments about us being together slipped into my head to much and everyone telling me how cute we were together or my guy friends telling me you were flirting with me or the fact you always sat next to me that made me think you liked me and shame on me, but you had heard the same things and you continued, so I am done pretending, you need to know you broke my heart. I don't feel like sparing your feelings anymore and preserving this false image of myself that won't help either of us. Maybe if I had told you this sooner, maybe I wouldn't have wasted so much time morning our relationship whatever it was. I hate sounding like that over dramatic scene in a movie.
I thought I could remain your friend but your ignorance to how you treat me hurts too much, you didn't say hello to me at choir, you said to me...
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