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    hi, just want an opinion about something. basically a close mate of mine is having a meal next week, but i'm not invited, despite eeryone else being. I can't think of us falling out, and this has never happened before, any advice..
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    A) You're not as close as you thought you were ("being close" goes both ways, it isn't an exclusive thing)
    B) There isn't enough room for you
    C) They forgot about it
    D) They thought you might be busy

    Ask them about it.
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    that happened with BumperBo's best bro a few times, where he didn't invite BumperBo to parties if they were at his house

    he said it was because BumperBo gets to rough and rowdy at parties and didn't want **** to go down
    makes sense
 
 
 
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