Being Forgotten Quotes and Sayings - Page 2
I don’t like being ignored, and I don’t like being forgotten.
– Kreay Shawn
I’m tired of the egos, I’m tired of the bullshit, I’m tired of being ignored and forgotten by ‘Friends!’
Dont you dare start remembering me, when i’ve forgotten about you.
People always leave. Don’t worry, you get used to it and most importantly, learn to deal with it.
Its sad when friends become enemies. But whats even worse is when they become strangers.
– Hayley Williams
Goodbyes hurt the most, when people leave without saying them.
Sometimes it’s hard to forget someone who you had so much fun with, but don’t worry I’m trying my best to remove every memory I had with you. So get ready to be forgotten.
– Rameesha Khay
Just because one person doesnt seem to care for you, doesnt mean you should forget about everyone else who does.
I feel like if you can go an entire day without talking to me, I really must not be that important.
What hurts the most is the feeling of being replaced. It feels like no matter what you did, it wasn’t enough. And no matter how hard you try and capture their heart again, nothing ever works.
I don’t hate you because you left. I hate you because you pretended that you wouldn’t.
One day you’ll realize I’m the one who’s always been there for you.
Sad thing is: When they say ‘forever’ they mean, until they find someone better.
Hey, remember me? We were best friends when you were single.
Sad when someone can walk right by you and pretend you were never a big part of their life.
I didn’t text you just to exercise my fingers, I was expecting a reply back.
I really hate when a friend suddenly forgets you just because he/she is in relationship.
Maybe I should start pretending like nothing ever happened between us, I mean since it was so easy for you.
The worst thing about distance is that you don’t know whether they’ll miss you or forget you.
How can you just forget a person completely until the moment you see his face again?
– Melina Marchetta
The feeling of being used…I guess it’s better then being forgotten.
– Joan L Trejo