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    I was ment to be going out with a friend tonight, I'd booked a table for dinner and got vouchery things for a club. Checked beforehand she was still OK to go ect. Then literally like an hr ago she was like 'oh I don't want to go now as I'm seeing my boyfriend'. Am I wrong to be a bit pissed off. I wouldn't normally care but I think its kinda rude as I'd already spent money ect. Am I unreasonable to be annoyed?
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    you are in the right, it was rude of her
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    you are in the right, it was rude of her
    Yeah kinda thought it was rude. I know he's her bf and I'm just a friend but we made actual solid plans. Oh well treating mum to dinner to not waste the table
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    (Original post by Anna1437)
    Yeah kinda thought it was rude. I know he's her bf and I'm just a friend but we made actual solid plans. Oh well treating mum to dinner to not waste the table
    That's still no excuse to be honest, it was flat out rude. If it was me I would understand if it was something important like her boyfriend is in hospital or there was an emergency or she was ill. But to just cancel plans on you last minute with no excuse other than she is selfish and would rather see her boyfriend as well as the fact you had paid money already is to me completely unacceptable and I personally would explain it to her and expect a sincere apology.
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    That's still no excuse to be honest, it was flat out rude. If it was me I would understand if it was something important like her boyfriend is in hospital or there was an emergency or she was ill. But to just cancel plans on you last minute with no excuse other than she is selfish and would rather see her boyfriend as well as the fact you had paid money already is to me completely unacceptable and I personally would explain it to her and expect a sincere apology.
    She would probably just think I was oversensitive and she v much believes relationships come before anything else. Think I'll just have nothing more to do with her as its not the first time she's pissed me off.
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    (Original post by Anna1437)
    She would probably just think I was oversensitive and she v much believes relationships come before anything else. Think I'll just have nothing more to do with her as its not the first time she's pissed me off.

    Well it's her choice of course to put relationships first, just as it's your choice to decide to cut her off. If this were a constant occurrence and not a one off I'd cut her off as well.
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    I wouldn't be happy either. Like Sophie said, if it was an emergency or she was ill, then yeah, you have no right to be annoyed. But seeing her boyfriend? I wouldn't be too happy either. To me, it's not so much whose more important. It's more, you made plans which cost you money.
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Well it's her choice of course to put relationships first, just as it's your choice to decide to cut her off. If this were a constant occurrence and not a one off I'd cut her off as well.
    Yeah I know she's totally allowed to make that choice ect, I just think its a kinda rude choice. And its not constant but its not a one off either
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    (Original post by Anna1437)
    Yeah I know she's totally allowed to make that choice ect, I just think its a kinda rude choice. And its not constant but its not a one off either
    Well good luck with whatever you decide to do.
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    (Original post by OU Student)
    I wouldn't be happy either. Like Sophie said, if it was an emergency or she was ill, then yeah, you have no right to be annoyed. But seeing her boyfriend? I wouldn't be too happy either. To me, it's not so much whose more important. It's more, you made plans which cost you money.
    Yeah I basically wasted 20 quid and its not like I can even ask her to give me the money
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    I would write her name on my DeathNote


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    I would write her name on my DeathNote


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    You have a death note?!
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    (Original post by Anna1437)
    You have a death note?!
    I also have the shinigami eyes
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    (Original post by Anna1437)
    I was ment to be going out with a friend tonight, I'd booked a table for dinner and got vouchery things for a club. Checked beforehand she was still OK to go ect. Then literally like an hr ago she was like 'oh I don't want to go now as I'm seeing my boyfriend'. Am I wrong to be a bit pissed off. I wouldn't normally care but I think its kinda rude as I'd already spent money ect. Am I unreasonable to be annoyed?
    It's just that she cares more about her bf than you. And your plans. And your money. And your feelings.
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    (Original post by Bernana)
    It's just that she cares more about her bf than you. And your plans. And your money. And your feelings.
    Guess I just don't buy into this whole drop everything whenever a guy clicks his fingers type thing. I dunno maybe I'm weird and everyone else does.
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    I think annoyed would be an understatement to be honest.
 
 
 
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