This gal found her crush's pros and cons list about her and it's GRIM 2 years ago

This gal found her crush's pros and cons list about her and it's GRIM

Can you think of anything worse?

We can't.

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Well, except maybe walking in on your husband cheating on you, the gender pay gap, and the Dublin rental crisis but hey, this would be pretty awful too.

When Reddit user 'morlabo' was told to just confront the lad she fancies about how she felt, she probably said something like: sure look I might as well.

Seeing as this mysterious guy is also morlabo's friend's brother, she didn't have to go far to do it either.

One evening when she was hanging out at her friend's house, she came across a piece of paper sitting on a table.

It was a pros and cons list.

About her.

Written by her friend's brother - her crush.

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Grim.

Morlabo wrote:

"The pros list was short - that I'm small and that I'm a 'human female who might actually want to fuck' him (ew).

"The cons list was much longer and hit a bunch of my insecurities. He made fun of my teeth, my voice, called me clingy (I've hung out with the dude ONCE) and girly and annoying, among other things.

"He also wrote that I have 'no plan whatsoever' (I've just escaped from a long abusive relationship and moved back home and am fighting PTSD).

"He also wrote a to-do list, which included 'brainstorm ways to get a girlfriend other than [me]'."

Wow.

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Morlabo was, understandably, devastated.

She wrote that she was "crushed" and that she had had "no idea" this guy was like this.

And although morlabo's feelings for this guy are now "obviously gone," she couldn't help but wonder what she should do next - call him out or say nothing?

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Reddit users, of course, had some advice.

"I think it’d be fun to cross the 'might actually want to f*ck' part off the list, maybe even write 'no thanks' next to it, and just put it back where you found it," suggested one user.

"I would never acknowledge his presence again," said one person.

We're with you there, Reddit users.

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We are with you there.