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    I saw my friend the other night. I had not seen him for months as he asked me out last year and I thought it is best to distance myself as I don't want to lead him on. He kept throwing himself at me still even though a year ago I had previously rejected him and I was nice about it. Later on he said he feels like he does all the talking and I don't show any emotion. I don't know if he is expecting me to laugh when he tells me serious things like when he is being bullied. In the restaurant he was texting and chatting on the phone and realised I was annoyed as he said 'sorry' when I went to the toilet. I don't get why he thinks he can talk about my behaviour yet thinks he has a chance when he is so rude. Any advice?

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