2/03/2016

Antisocial Club

Story Sent in by Mark:

I was in a day-trip social group with Elizabeth. She was lots of fun and we began hanging out independent of the group. We went on a couple of dates, had a nice time, and we kissed a couple of times on our second time out together. She seemed to like me, and I definitely liked her.

All of that changed when Barry, the head of our group, called me to say that he had received a complaint from someone in the group about my behavior. Apparently, I was making unwanted sexual advances.

When I asked who had made the complaint, Barry said he couldn't disclose it, but he gave away enough details for it to be obvious that it was Elizabeth, herself.

I was confused. We had gone out and had a nice time, twice. She had kissed me back. Heck, she even initiated a kiss later in the date! And why would she talk to Barry about it all? I barely ever even spoke to him before that. What was going on?

I called up Elizabeth and asked her.

"I don't know what you're talking about," she said.

I replied, "Barry told me that someone complained that I made repeated, unwanted advances after taking this someone out to dinner twice."

A long silence from Elizabeth. She said, "It wasn't me."

"Elizabeth! You're the only one from the group who I took out twice! And I didn't tell anyone else in the group about it. If you didn't want me to kiss you then you could've told me you didn't want to do that. But then you kissed me! And of all people you called Barry up about it? Instead of telling me if you were uncomfortable? How am I supposed to understand this?"

Another long pause. She said, "I don't know. When are we going out again?"

"What, so you can call Barry to complain about me doing something else that I didn't do?"

She said, "I don't know! I don't know! I'm just really unsure of who I am and what I'm doing, here."

I was staring down into the abyss of someone truly unhinged. So I backed away. "Okay, Elizabeth. I'll just see you at the group." We hung up shortly thereafter.

The next day, Barry called me to say that someone from the group had called him to complain that I had threatened to kill them. I explained the situation to Barry and we both agreed that Elizabeth was off the deep end. I stayed away from the group for a little while, so as to not make things any crazier. When I finally returned, Elizabeth was no longer an active member.

4 comments:

  1. Her: "I do."
    Him: "I do."
    Her on the phone with police at the honeymoon: "This crazy Fucking guy I've been dating and then engaged to for three years threatened me into marrying him and has me held captive at a Hawaii newlywed resort!! The monster even got us the lovers suite, just because I married him!"

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  2. "When I finally returned, Elizabeth was no longer an active member."

    She joined this other really intense group that was all about drinking Kool-aid.

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  3. OP, what did you expect? After you take a girl's kissginity, they tend to get a little cray. It's best to just pursue the loose ones. Yes...

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  4. Congratulations, my friend! You encountered a classic sociopathic narcissist, nice! My own mother is a prime example and I keep as far away from her as possible, we don't even talk. I delegate all matter via my husband. They lie, manipulate, canive and act like little spoiled kids that they technically are by throwing little fits if things don't go their way.Just like the one you described. Consider yourself lucky to avoid such nutcase, wow close call. It has been said only grave could cure narcissist.

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