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Am I in the wrong?

(6 Posts)
Tryingtobenicexxx Sat 12-Mar-16 15:13:22

Basically my friend can be a bit of a pain.
The last few months we went to two concerts,
One of them she said this is rubbish I want to leave so we left early.
The second one she was texting all the time through it then last night we went to the theatre to see dirty dancing.
After 5 minutes she was saying this is rubbish and tutting etc.
She said shall we just leave and I said no I'm enjoying it ..we've paid we may as well stay.
5 minutes later she says I have really bad stomach pains I need to go ..lets go.
Once again I said well you go if you want (I knew she was lying and just wanted to go)so we stayed.
Today she's calling me selfish and a "bad" friend.
Funny tho she was so ill with stomach cramps she was still stuffing her face with popcorn.

Goingtobeawesome Sat 12-Mar-16 15:16:07

No, not in the wrong. You did right not to pander to her again.

Thisismyalias Sat 12-Mar-16 15:17:11

Sod that, don't go out with her again.

Tryingtobenicexxx Sat 12-Mar-16 15:18:49

I should of learned my lesson two years ago.
We went to Manchester on Monday till Wednesday ..we got there Monday 5pm and she made us Come home early on the Tuesday because she hadn't been able to sleep the night at our hotel.

LobsterQuadrille Sat 12-Mar-16 15:18:56

Of course you're not in the wrong. She sounds as though she has a very low boredom threshold and I'd find another friend to attend any concerts/plays that last longer than five minutes. If her stomach pains were that bad, presumably she would have left anyway.

EasyToEatTiger Sat 12-Mar-16 20:16:03

I think you have a frienemy. Frienemies are really really annoying. You kind of like them but then they screw you. Well kept at a very long arm's length!

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