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Anonymous #1
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Me and my girlfriend broke up about a month ago, and up to this point we have been civil. We are both going to the same new years party.

The plan was to all stay at a friends house afterwards (about 9 of us) but she's now asking me not to. I think this is childish since we would just carry on as if we were friends and theres no reason not to. My argument is why am I the one to make the sacrifice and go home alone when she gets to spend the rest of the evening with our mates.

Am I in the wrong? Should I just go home or put up a fight; we've all been invited back so I guess I could do whatever I liked.

Moral of this story; don't have relationships in friendship groups.

Thanks guys
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phunky_fresh
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I would just go. If she feels uncomfortable that's her problem, she can find somewhere else to stay.
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If she doesn't like it, then she should be the one who doesn't go. Not you.
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