first of all I am sorry that this post is a bit long, but pls give me some advice on this.
basically for the first semester I was living in dorm at uni but I didn't like that so I moved out after the first semester. I only talked to one person (let's just say this person is called "Ann")in the flat and sometimes greet my other flatmates. I don't really know what to do if I see them again cos I wasn't that close to them. and before when I was living there, I usually don't go to the kitchen cos sometimes I just don't cook or when someone is in there, I feel uncomfortable. so I was kinda anti-social during the semester in the flat.
Even I did talk to Ann, I don't really know whether I should say hi to anymore if I see Ann around campus. because on the day before I moved out, person Ann asked me to go to her room to have a late night talk but I didn't cos I heard Ann is having a friend in her room so I didn't want to go in there. (I don't know whether she was angry with me about that or not) and a few days before I moved out, Ann actually offered to help me to move some stuff out of my flat on the day I move out. So on the actual day that I moved out, I sent Ann a text to ask whether she is here in the flat or not cos I would like to say bye before I leave. Straight after I left the flat, she replied to my text and say she was there in the flat and she was like " oh sorry I missed you by 3 mins". Then I was actually being nice and text her to say bye and stuff and said hopefully I will see her around on campus and have a nice holiday and keep in touch. Then she never reply... :L (I am pretty sure that she got my message cos if the message was failed to send my phone would have a notification about it )
what should I do in this kind of mess up situation? and what should i do if i see them again ?
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- Thread Starter
- 14-01-2015 17:56
- 14-01-2015 18:50
Just say usual polite chatty stuff: "Hi, how are you? How goes study?"
And in Ann's case "Thanks for the offer of helping me move, that was really kind. Sorry I missed you."
I cannot see what the messed-up situation is.