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    Basically I made a mess of it last night with this girl.

    Do I apoligse today and make a random excuse up?

    Help.....
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    Well what did you do?
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    what did u do...and why do you have to make up a random excuse?
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    (Original post by Davie_Moyes)
    Basically I made a mess of it last night with this girl.

    Do I apoligse today and make a random excuse up?

    Help.....
    Well as a first post that's about as useful as a condom machine in the Vatican. :rolleyes: If you tell us what you messed up and how you might get some good advice.
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    I say get down on your knees and beg for forgivness, though unless there really was an excuse I wouldn't make one up it'll be obvious your making excuses and probably won't come across well, unless you are brillant at lying. Which without any more info as to the situation that's all I can really say!
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    Don't make up a crap excuse - be honest.
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    Apologising is the best way - but don't make up a poor excuse. what's the situation?

    The most humble way to apologise is to say "I was wrong and I'm sorry". Excuses weaken it.
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    (Original post by Davie_Moyes)
    Basically I made a mess of it last night with this girl.

    Do I apoligse today and make a random excuse up?

    Help.....

    Noone can exactly help if you dont say whats wrong.

    *Thread Closed*
 
 
 
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