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    Well I have this friend Ive known for years. We know each other through and through. Been through loads together. But sometimes he can annoy the **** out of me. There is one problem I have with him. He has no friends to go clubbing with so he relies on me to go with him. However I try my best to go on various nights out but theres some nights where I just cant be bothered...for various reasons. When I say I cant make it. He gets absolutely livid. I have brought this up with him and he says stuff like 'Why are you so sad for?' 'Everyone is going out except us' and 'Stop being a loser'. He then rings me about million times asking me to come out...sometimes he even comes to my house because he is that desperate to go out. The only reason he goes out because he thinks that everyone's going to laugh at him if he doesn't go out. And when he does go out he complains and just stands around waiting for girls to approach him (which they dont).How can I stop feeling like I have to answer to him if I dont feel like going out? What can I say to him?
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    Just be honest, tell him what you think maybe. Tell him if he wants to go out that bad then go by himself, although you have most likely done that ...
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    Tell him that he's the loser if he's the one who's too scared to go clubbing without dragging his best mate with him? I know clubbing is a social activity and all but it says more about him than you really :dontknow:
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    Dude im having one of those days again. He constantly testing saying things like 'We're going out tonight!' as if hes forcing me to go out.
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    anyone?
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    Tell him to stop worrying about what other people think and go find a hobby he may actually enjoy.
 
 
 
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