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    My two friends are going to a festival in a few weeks and never asked me to come.

    One of my friends took one of my dresses for the festival and neither have even mentioned about me joining, but still chat to me about it a bit. They know that they haven't invited me because of comments they've previously made or little looks. They're my two best friends, although when they booked it i wasn't that close with them but i still could've purchased a ticket after they had.

    I don't like to push myself on people if they clearly don't want me to join them, i don't know how to act about it, do i say something now or just leave it or leave it but make it known I'm upset/hurt i've been this left out?

    Please help..
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