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So this girl from school was having a party and asked earlier in the week who would wanna come so me and my friend from tutor (who I’ve known since primary and get lifts with to school) said yeah.
Earlier today I asked if it was still on and the girl having the party said ‘not this week as we don’t know a lot of her mates going’. I told my friend from tutor and she seemed disappointed. Well later in the day I find out from her snap that she did go to the party even though it ‘wasn’t on’ , then there’s me sat at home 😂
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Cut her off ASAP hun.
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Cut her off ASAP hun.
She’s tried bs ing me now, apparently ‘it was cancelled and only a certain number of people could go’ sure...
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She’s tried bs ing me now, apparently ‘it was cancelled and only a certain number of people could go’ sure...
Oh please. Fakest thing I've heard in the past 5 minutes.
Certain number of people? She's no friend to you hunny or you'd be all inclusive in that few number.
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Oh please. Fakest thing I've heard in the past 5 minutes.
Certain number of people? She's no friend to you hunny or you'd be all inclusive in that few number.
I totally agree. Thing is I can’t cut her out completely as we’re in the same tutor and we share lifts on the way to sixth form. I’m thinking do I say anything or just be blunt 🤷*♀️
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I totally agree. Thing is I can’t cut her out completely as we’re in the same tutor and we share lifts on the way to sixth form. I’m thinking do I say anything or just be blunt 🤷*♀️
Oh, in that case totally use her for your own advantage..

I have so many 'friends' that I despise and have let me down but keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Play them at their own game. Don't let her in on your secrets/your own events from now on but be nice to her in public just for street cred and for people to talk to. Will do more good for you than bad.
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Sat at home? Trick to a party... invite more people. Otherwise they call it entrapment.
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Oh, in that case totally use her for your own advantage..

I have so many 'friends' that I despise and have let me down but keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Play them at their own game. Don't let her in on your secrets/your own events from now on but be nice to her in public just for street cred and for people to talk to. Will do more good for you than bad.
Thanks for the advice
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Sat at home? Trick to a party... invite more people. Otherwise they call it entrapment.
What do you mean exactly?
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Well... to sit home alone because your only invitee failed to materialise. What do you expect?
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Well... to sit home alone because your only invitee failed to materialise. What do you expect?
I don’t know to be honest guess I’m a mug that everyone uses 👍
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I had a similar incident i was supposed to go out with two of my mates today and i asked what time we should meet up and one said that she was ill so they cancelled but later on i saw them together on her story and as her streaks.So.... lol
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So this girl from school was having a party and asked earlier in the week who would wanna come so me and my friend from tutor (who I’ve known since primary and get lifts with to school) said yeah.
Earlier today I asked if it was still on and the girl having the party said ‘not this week as we don’t know a lot of her mates going’. I told my friend from tutor and she seemed disappointed. Well later in the day I find out from her snap that she did go to the party even though it ‘wasn’t on’ , then there’s me sat at home 😂
She's not your friend
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I had a similar incident i was supposed to go out with two of my mates today and i asked what time we should meet up and one said that she was ill so they cancelled but later on i saw them together on her story and as her streaks.So.... lol
lols we’re the reject club 😂
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that's just sad, don't call her ur friend anymore
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lols we’re the reject club 😂
I know lol whats wrong with us?:laugh:
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pftttt who knows 😂
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that's just sad, don't call her ur friend anymore
She shall be my ‘acquaintance’ 😂
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So this girl from school was having a party and asked earlier in the week who would wanna come so me and my friend from tutor (who I’ve known since primary and get lifts with to school) said yeah.
Earlier today I asked if it was still on and the girl having the party said ‘not this week as we don’t know a lot of her mates going’. I told my friend from tutor and she seemed disappointed. Well later in the day I find out from her snap that she did go to the party even though it ‘wasn’t on’ , then there’s me sat at home 😂
I wouldn't cut her off, but defo ask about her it. Just try to bring it up calmly and in a way that she's comfortable to talk more about it, then when you get her answer (hopefully honest) then decide what to do from there. It wasn't very nice tho
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I wouldn't cut her off, but defo ask about her it. Just try to bring it up calmly and in a way that she's comfortable to talk more about it, then when you get her answer (hopefully honest) then decide what to do from there. It wasn't very nice tho
Thank you for the advice, I've aired her for the rest of the evening as I need time to think. But yes I do want to mention it as i'm not an idiot and don't want to be walked over
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