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    So I go on a trip to Spain later on in the month, but I've fallen out with the 2 lads I get on with who are going. Basically lad A was a huge **** to me on a Geography trip to swanage earlier on this week and we aren't talking anymore, other than the occasional '**** off' from him on the hallway. Lad B, who isn't even that close to Lad A has taken his side, and is going to be in his room in Spain. I've asked my teacher if I can be in a room with at least another year 11 lad in Spain, and she said she'll try to keep it in mind, but I'm still worried. I tried to talk to lad A and he just flat out ignored me, and because of how arsey hes been i cba with him anymore

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    Don't worry about it too much, there'll be plenty of other people on the trip for you to make friends with .Tell the teacher that you don't get on with those two guys, and she'll realise it's in her own interests not to put you in the same room as them. Once on the trip, try and identify some other people to make friends with. Lots of people go in school trips without knowing people so you won't be the only one. So just relax and look forward to the trip, it won't be anywhere near as bad as you think.
 
 
 
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