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    Hello,

    I have just found out my friends have arranged to go out on birthday the thing is they have not invited me.They have all spoke about it on facebook and i can not belive they have done this.My brithday is next tuesday and they have arranged to go to a night club on that day.

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    they don't like you?
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    Well you haven't been invited, so deal with it.

    They obviously don't find you presence essential to have a good night.
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    Surprise party?
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    Very cruel, I'd be tampin and hurt if my mates did that. But they're not mind readers. You have to speak to them about it and decide if they're really that good of mates at all
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    Wow no offense but you have some ****-tty friends
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    (Original post by Straight up G)
    Surprise party?
    However, on a positive note hopefully this could be the case aha!
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    Maybe it's for your birthday. and could be a surprise? they want to fool you into thinking they forgot about your birthday?
    if not, organise something amazingly fun with your familyor other friends. then post pictures all over facebook to show off.
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    (Original post by Straight up G)
    Surprise party?
    Why would they talk about it on facebook where i can see it?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Why would they talk about it on facebook where i can see it?
    To make it even more surprise.

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Why would they talk about it on facebook where i can see it?
    Maybe it's all part of thier plan? To really convince you that they'll head off without you on your bday.

    (I really hope that's what it is !)
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    (Original post by gallivandalf)
    However, on a positive note hopefully this could be the case aha!
    Haha hopefully for OP
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    If it doesn't turn out to be some kind of surprise.. you have some sh!t friends
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    (Original post by Straight up G)
    Haha hopefully for OP
    Big time!
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    You need to talk to the person who you're closest with, and say you were thinking of doing something for your birthday and would they like to come. They will either accept if it's a day thing (cinema/dinner/paintballing ect) or they would say they can't because they're clubbing later. You then mention you'd like to go, or you don't fancy spending your birthday alone.

    I don't think it sounds like a suprise party at all so don't get your hopes up. There are loads of reasons why they haven't invited you and it may not be to do with your personality at all. It could be because it may not be your thing, they might not feel that close to you, or they don't think you'd want to go?
    All you can do is ask
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    (Original post by Straight up G)
    To make it even more surprise.

    That picture is hilarious!
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    (Original post by choly7)
    That picture is hilarious!
    I have no idea what the first dog is doing, but the one on the right is so funny
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    (Original post by Straight up G)
    I have no idea what the first dog is doing, but the one on the right is so funny
    I can't stop giggling at it's eyes! Haa!
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    (Original post by choly7)
    I can't stop giggling at it's eyes! Haa!
    You can just imagine it saying 'WHAT THE ****'
 
 
 
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