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    Just a rant really.

    Annoys me to hell. For example. She was coming down to pick me up today, last night on the phone I said what time, for 1o'clock we agreed. I had a poor nights sleep and was up dead early, I text-ed up just to say good morning blah blah. She was awake and replied, this was about 9am. She never got out her bed till back of 11, text-ed me she was ready after 12, she then text-ed me about half 12 saying she was making food. and then again not longer after saying she would leave at half 1 is that ok. With the weather, she'll have to drive slow and probably if anything won't be here till about 3 now.

    Sheer lazyness. I'm just annoyed that I've had such a wasted morning, I' was up super early and could of went out, gone to gym or done something. This isn't the first time this sort of thing has happend but I just feel like a big waste of space sitting here waiting. If there is one thing I really hate it's waiting on people.
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    You should be grateful shes driving in the snow to come and see you. Man up and get your own driving licence imo.
    And you cant blame her for you having a bad nights sleep. She might have as well, then fell back asleep shortly after 9am.
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    I know how you feel OP.. my boyfriend is driving up from London, was meant to leave at half 9.. twenty to 11 he's still sitting on his arse, despite me telling him how much snow is falling by me.. he thinks I'm exaggerating!

    Grrrr, if you're going to say you're leaving at a certain time then make the effort and leave.. now I'm sitting here worrying about him travelling to me.. despite me telling him to just stay at home, he's too bloody stubborn.
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    (Original post by Astra_K)
    You should be grateful shes driving in the snow to come and see you. Man up and get your own driving licence imo. And you cant blame her for you having a bad nights sleep. She might have as well, then fell back asleep shortly after 9am.
    I'm am grateful but I know she was awake just lying watching tv and being a lazy arse. And your information Mr Astra, I'm unable to attain a driving licence due to certain medical conditions as I fail to meet the requirments for the DVLA test.

    (Original post by princessnavi22)
    I know how you feel OP.. my boyfriend is driving up from London, was meant to leave at half 9.. twenty to 11 he's still sitting on his arse, despite me telling him how much snow is falling by me.. he thinks I'm exaggerating!

    Grrrr, if you're going to say you're leaving at a certain time then make the effort and leave.. now I'm sitting here worrying about him travelling to me.. despite me telling him to just stay at home, he's too bloody stubborn.
    Yes. She in fact was the one that said she would come and pick me up. I told her all week that I would just get the bus up today but she insisted she'd come pick me up as it's only like 40 minutes in the car.

    As I say its not the first time this is sorte of thing has happend, where she's been running late or whatever. I just wanted to spend the day with her and by the time she gets down, she'll gonna ned to head home again.
 
 
 
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