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Why do people tweet stuff like this? Why do they so desperately want other people to read these things and comment on them? I don’t get this.
The next day they go back over to Tyler’s and Tyler has “unfriended” Amanda. Well yes, I would think so since Amanda doesn’t exist. They want to go back over to Aaron’s and they want Tyler to come. He hesitates, but then agrees. When they arrive Aaron is flanked by two girls who went to high school with him.
He introduces the guys as they come in, saying that Max is the cutest. Ha! The girls talk about Aaron’s online habits, saying they know he’s harmless and doesn’t mean to be hurting anyone with these fake profiles. Tyler interrupts, saying this isn’t like exaggerating how well you played in a high school football game; this is messing with other people’s lives. And he doesn’t appreciate Aaron just acting like it’s a joke. Aaron says he hasn’t messed up anyone’s life, but Tyler reminds him that he messed up his own when he got kicked out of school. Oh yeah, that. Aaron’s girlfriends are shocked to hear this. They wonder why he wouldn’t have told them about getting kicked out of school since they’ve always been there for him. Nev decides it’s time for a one-on-one with Aaron.
In alone time, Aaron says he needs to start making things right after deceiving so many people. But sometimes he wishes he didn’t have his family because they are what is holding him back from moving to a big city where he could just be himself instead of hiding behind fake Facebook profiles. Nev says he needs to like himself first. And that he definitely has a voice. Oh geez, does he mean the voice of Amanda? Why are Nev and Max always trying to find the hidden genius inside the sociopath? Can’t people just be REAL? It’s not easy for anyone, but that doesn’t mean you get to jerk everyone around with you. Plus, if Aaron’s so comfortable on the interwebs, why not try an environment where guys want to meet other guys? What’s with trying to dupe straight guys into liking him? You don’t have to move to a large city anymore to connect with people like yourself. Is this really that big of a mystery?
Aaron goes back to talk to Tyler some more and Tyler says that it seems like Aaron is perfectly happy to live this way – deceiving other people. All he can gather is that Aaron is a compulsive, pathological liar and he doesn’t have any room in his life for someone like that. What? No BFF photo then? Aaron says he’s not sure why he did all this, but he is sure that he’s going to stop. And having a nice person like Tyler in his life would help him, but he understands if Tyler doesn’t want to be friends. But he’s really, really sorry. Tyler says he accepts the apology and he wishes Aaron well.