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To think that my friend is being a bit rude?

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awaiting2013 Mon 31-Dec-12 10:24:02

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Findingmyself Tue 01-Jan-13 10:51:51

Oh no don't say that, Pictish! I've been looking forward to hearing the outcome as I am a nosey cow grin

pictish Tue 01-Jan-13 10:52:37

Well me too...but I don't think we're going to get closure on this one.

DonderandBlitzen Tue 01-Jan-13 11:08:05

What happened in the end OP?

stifnstav Tue 01-Jan-13 11:37:07

She's still working her way through her friend's photos of last night? Or hungover? Or both?

Southeastdweller Tue 01-Jan-13 11:56:57

I'm surprised so many of you said she should post a passive-aggressive remark on the friends Facebook wall. That's the kind of thing that causes some of the FB grief, isn't it?

I also want to know what happened but then I am a nosey fuck

<fidgets impatiently>

what happened? did you ring her? did she turn up? refuses to admit im a nosey cow too grin

ArseyDarcey Tue 01-Jan-13 13:50:20

Was hoping the OP would have updated by now! I hate not knowing how things turned out also not a nosey cow

manicbmc Tue 01-Jan-13 14:28:18

Hope OP had a nice evening.

quirrelquarrel Tue 01-Jan-13 15:02:50

OP, no offence, you don't sound like much of a softie. I don't think you sound mean or anything either, don't get me wrong, but all this talk about "I'm too nice", well, it's what any reasonable and bemused person would do in your situation- wonder how to handle it. By "assertiveness" people usually mean..... brashness or something. Why didn't you just call and cancel?

Or if you really wanted to be childish you could post on her facebook and write "oh thank goodness for this, I felt really bad as I was just going to cancel!" wink

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