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    He's 38 and I'm 27.

    This guy knows me through functions and events we attend.

    I remember when I dropped out of uni back in 2012, in 2013 he needed some guy to do the camera recording at a function and he phoned me and said "listen, we need a camera guy, people don't know you (incorrect, a play for the cricket club for over 10 years and 90% of these people know me from the cricket games and he doesn't attended these cricket matches), you're a bit quiet so it gives a chance for everyone to know you and people can see what a great guy you are and we can pay you (it's voluntary)".

    And everyone in the background started laughing.

    I actually sent him a friend request a year ago and for 6 months and he logs in everyday and he did not even add me so I cancelled his request.

    He's know sent me a friend request, not sure why suddenly, I have been telling people I've got a graduate interview offer.

    So should I just ignore that friend request?
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    ignore and I'm confused are you both men?
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    Yeah we're both men and he's just trying to add me as a friend even though he ignore my friend request before.

    I'm sorry, the title was meant to read 'should I accept his friend request'.
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    Should I ignore his friend request?
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    He seems like quite an ******* so don't accept it.
 
 
 
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