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PeachesMelba Thu 20-Oct-11 10:18:22

Friend A introduced me to Friend B some time ago.

Friend B has emailed offering to pop over after DC2 is born (due next month) and I'm up for it as I'd like to chat/get to know her a bit better. Never been in her company without Friend A present.

Trouble is, I think Friend A will be miffed if I don't invite her at the same time. But if I do invite Friend A, the two of them will end up chatting at length about all their mutual friends/colleagues who I don't know and I'll have nothing to add to the conversation (been there before) and will sort of feel like I'm there to provide food/wine and listen politely.

So WIBU not to invite Friend A on this occasion, even though I know she'll be in a grump for a bit?

I've been in a similar situation where I've introduced two friends who really hit it off and ended up spending time together without me, and rather than sulk I sort of took silent credit for introducing two people who are still great mates to this day... But I know not everyone would feel like that.

Cassettetapeandpencil Thu 20-Oct-11 10:23:19

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

NaughtyBusterAndTheBumFactory Thu 20-Oct-11 11:05:07

She has offered to pop round, she hasn't offered to pop round with friend A so I'd say she doesn't see it as a problem so neither should you.

A few of my friends have become friends and I like that.

MissJanuary Thu 20-Oct-11 11:29:32

I'm with NaughtyBuster, she offered independently of friend A.

I had this happen to me when a friend introduced me and I ended up friendlier with the couple than her, she got the real hump and actually stomped her feet and said "but I knew them first, I introduced you"

So what did she want a finders fee? Commission?

People hit it off (and don't) thats life. Your friend A need to get over herself if she's going to take the hump.

aldiwhore Thu 20-Oct-11 11:31:44

I'd make time for friend A first, then have Friend B round on her own.

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