My friend (A) was supposed to stay round tonight and we were going to go clubbing for NYE. In the lead up she's been really dictatory by telling me what I have to do concerning tonight, which is really annoying me.
Aside>>>Also last week we were supposed to go out with another friend (B) but they didn't ring me until 8 to properly invite me and arrange plans, but I said no because it was last minute, I didn't feel well, I was working the next day and they were deliberately planning on bumping into some girls who spread malicious lies about me and just generally being nasty (even though we're nearly 20 and they should grow up). This really upset me because A is supposed to be my best friend yet keeps hanging out with people who are nasty to me. <<<
Anyway today I had a very stressful day at work because the shops being refurbished so I had to move all the stock around and I'm really tired, my back hurts and I don't want to go out. So I text A asking if we could just stay in and watch films and she rings me having a go at me for cancelling on her at the last minute, which isn't true I just wanted to change the plans.
Everything is always on her terms because she's muslim and her parents are strict and its always to the inconveniance of me and my mum, she treats me second class to B and I always feel she sees me as her back up plan.
Basically am I in the wrong for telling her I didn't want to go out? Should I text her ( I feel she'd ignore it anyway and I feel I haven't done anything wrong)?
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- Thread Starter
- 31-12-2012 18:53
- Thread Starter
- 31-12-2012 19:59
- 31-12-2012 21:05
Well, first of all, if she is a "strict muslim" then she shouldn't be clubbing in the first place.
Personally, i would do the same thing in your shoes, when i come in from a long hard shift i just want to die in front of the tv aswell haha.
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- 31-12-2012 21:26
She doesn't sound much of a friend to me