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    Well, i'm practically half way through my first year at a new lower sixth form, and the trouble is most of my mates have been split up, and so it's rarer and rarer that I see them.

    Thing is, i've been with them for pretty much my school life - we share the best times, and we had such a laught at school. But we have all made new friends, now most of the original 'group' are keen to meet up at almost any time. But there is one lad who doesn't share this enthusiasm.

    Thing is, we've just had this conversation, about him being 'one of the boys' , 'part of the furniture' etc, and there 'lot' not liking outsiders.

    So it's pretty impossible for me to meet his new mates, and get on with them too, what should I do - i'm not going to beg for his friendhsip, he either wants to keep it or not?

    Should I forget him and just move on? xxx
    Thanks in advance x
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    skrew him, if he doesn't want to be your friend, don't go chasing him....make your own friends and leave him
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    You'll make tons of new friends at uni anyway.
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    Being a friend isn't demanding if you're a 'nice' person, there must be an underlying reason but its not worth hassling him for it, my advice is to forget it :gah:
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    (Original post by Wesssty)
    Being a friend isn't demanding if you're a 'nice' person, there must be an underlying reason but its not worth hassling him for it, my advice is to forget it :gah:
    Well he's practically been my best mate for ages, I think it's because he wants to create this grown up 'image' - that he can move on, go to parties with his new mates, and practically to come bakc to me and flaunt to me how good his 'parties' are!
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    (Original post by Inquisitive?!)
    Well he's practically been my best mate for ages, I think it's because he wants to create this grown up 'image' - that he can move on, go to parties with his new mates, and practically to come bakc to me and flaunt to me how good his 'parties' are!
    Two can play at that game, get partying! :rave:

    But seriously, yeah just settle in with a new group of mates and if he wants to rekindle the mateyship you had before at any point, why the heck not.
 
 
 
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