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    Last night at a party with loads of friend and let's say Friend A. Friend A is a good mate of mine.

    The party gets under way, but every time I speak to Friend A, he seems a little off, ignores me or such. One time I ask if he wants to go the bar, he says no then I see him 30seconds later buying a round for other friends. I was upset at this, so on my way home, text him. Admittedly the text was a little mad, basically saying I felt pushed out and that he had tried to make me look a idiot in front of people.

    I walk home, and then Friend A pulls up driven by another friend (driver is the designated driver; sober) and tells me to get in. They then both kick off and say I was out of order and stuff.

    Today, I called Friend A to sort stuff out, he refuses to talk about it and was being a idiot and even hung up the phone. Generally telling me to deal with it and stuff. I was trying to fix it yet he ignored me and in short ****** me off.

    Was I in the wrong?
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    Right right.

    You must have done something to upset him?

    Give him space then ask him what the hell that was about.
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    I had done nothing to piss him off, it may be because I was sober and he was really drunk, he just didn't realise. But he won't accept this. If a person spoke to me I would not answer with one word then walk away, or even not answer at all at times. Would not invite me into group photos or conversations. I felt alienated.
 
 
 
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