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magic_unicorn
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So there's a party next door, and my neighbour invites my older brother and my younger brother, but doesn't even bother asking me!
So why wasn't I asked, Isn't that kind of rude?

Ok so even if I didn't want to go (which isn't wholely true), It would have been nice to have been asked?

(Its not like I haven't been around either to be asked!) I going on a serious case of guys being always unreliable! (Brothers included!)
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Who is your neighbour - as in gender + how old?
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If its still on, just go to the party with your bros, make everyone laugh, you'll get an invite next time. The host/(ess) probably thinks your 2 bros will tell you to come or something like that.
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(Original post by magic_unicorn)
my neighbour invites my older brother and my younger brother

Maybe it's 'guy's only' :eek: But I can't imagine anybody planning a party like that ...
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My neighbour is about my age, 18 and male.
And theyve gone on over to the party already and even they haven't even bothered asking me!
Its not guys only, my brother does keep running back in to collect music and stuff, but goes straight past me.
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Next time he comes back to collect something, ask if you can tag along?
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Maybe he doesnt know you that well.

Go along, its a perfect opportunity to get to know each other.
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Just go! Maybe he felt awkward asking you, dunno.

Can't you just take over a CD or something, and say to your brother "you forgot this" and stay at the party!!
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"Ever feel left out?" All the time ^^ but I don't care, what bothers me is the fact they try to half arsedly cover their tracks and pretend there was a reason or that they "didn't go" that's what ticks me off the fact that they flat out lie, but I can't judge them for this, it's human nature and that's what makes us so amazing
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Maybe they feel weird asking you to come? I mean maybe he hangs out with your brothers and they're hoping to get with some girls at this party and they don't want you to be there just because it would be weird/embarassing for your brothers.

I pulled a girl in a club a few weeks ago, it was the first time my brother had been clubbing while i was there, and i have certainly never pulled in front of him...and even though i'm odler than him, i felt a little bit weird.
We don't usually talk about hooking up with girls to each other, no idea why...just never have...perhaps they'll feel weird too? Especially since you're a girl. Maybe it's nothing personal your neighbour has against you.

But yeah, i feel left out all the time
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(Original post by teenageclay)
"Ever feel left out?" All the time ^^ but I don't care, what bothers me is the fact they try to half arsedly cover their tracks and pretend there was a reason or that they "didn't go" that's what ticks me off the fact that they flat out lie, but I can't judge them for this, it's human nature and that's what makes us so amazing
Did you read the posts?:rolleyes:

I think he likes you. He did not want to ask you maybe he felt awkward or does not know you well enough like your brothers?

My two quids, crash the party. Only kidding, ask your brother when he comes back to collect something about the party, ask him about whos there? whats going on? I fancy coming over.. if my lil sister said that then obviously she wants to tag along so I would bring her. Unless he has been informed by security at the party that you should not be allowed whatsoever. Im sure thats not the case. Dont feel left out
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Now my brothers are ignoring me, I only asked if they were having a bbq by txt then went over to the wall and asked again, but I will not ask the host if I'm invited, because I don't think I should have to do that.

I'm kind of annoyed now!
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(Original post by magic_unicorn)
Now my brothers are ignoring me, I only asked if they were having a bbq by txt then went over to the wall and asked again, but I will not ask the host if I'm invited, because I don't think I should have to do that.

I'm kind of annoyed now!
Are you near chesire, manchester? Come out for a drink with me. Im bored out of my ass. Im pretty much skint if I go out tonight.

There must be a reason why they are ignoring you then - load music so they cannot hear the texts, phone inside as they are having a BBQ. Whats worrying about it doing? Go over there and ask if they want some HP Sauce with a smile. Im starting to feel for you now, left out feeling. Ring your brother!
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Well brothers are actually totally unreliable, and I've decided to give up. They've clearly sensed my annoyance! (I actually spoke to one, I said that I hadn't been invited) but hey I guess I should just get over it, but Its put a slight knock to my confidence.
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It's important to have faith no matter how little we think we can believe in people, because at the end of the day what can we do? Just have a little faith ^^
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(Original post by teenageclay)
It's important to have faith no matter how little we think we can believe in people, because at the end of the day what can we do? Just have a little faith ^^

where did ya get that quote from :p: lol
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Umm honestly not meant to be a quote BUT in prison break he does keep saying it I think. But I honestly believe it's important to have faith.
Aye though his brother keeps saying to him "just have a little faith" it's like their tagline
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(Original post by magic_unicorn)
Well brothers are actually totally unreliable, and I've decided to give up. They've clearly sensed my annoyance! (I actually spoke to one, I said that I hadn't been invited) but hey I guess I should just get over it, but Its put a slight knock to my confidence.

Why not go over there and throw a world-class party-ending hissy fit? That'll learn 'em.
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Or call the police and say theres some drug use going down next door, then laugh as the party gets crashed...
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welcome to my world heh, always seem to be left out of things..
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