I got drunk and tried to kiss my flatmates girlfriend

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I am really anxious about this.

We had a few drinks in our flat last night and I got a bit too drunk.

I don't fully remember doing it but I apparently tried to kiss my flatmates girlfriend and he had to be pulled off me.

I apparently told her how hot she was and that I would be better in bed than her boyfriend (who is a mate of mine).

I knocked on his door this morning to say sorry but he told me to **** off.

I am not sure if we will be able to continue living together.

What can I do to sort his if he won't talk to me?

I know what I did was wrong but I was drunk and everyone behaves like an **** when drunk sometimes.
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Ignore it for now, it'll fizzle out soon enough and then id apologise and explain the circumstances make sure to mention drinking when you do apologise and you didn't know what you was doing when you do apologise though and it wont wont happen again etc
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The question is ‘does getting drunk turn you into an ******* or does it enhance the already existent characteristic’.
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Ah well, glad I'm not you. Likely not salvageable and this morning was way to early and presumptive to push it.
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Yeah, blame it on the alcohol. That'll solve your problems I'm sure. :rolleyes:
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by JustOneMoreThing)
The question is ‘does getting drunk turn you into an ******* or does it enhance the already existent characteristic’.
Well you must be awful when drunk if the latter part is true.
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Yeah, blame it on the alcohol. That'll solve your problems I'm sure. :rolleyes:
Relevance of response?
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Glad you asked!

Here you go: "I know what I did was wrong but I was drunk and everyone behaves like an **** when drunk sometimes."

Where to go from here? First step is to admit your mistake and just apologise. Stop blaming the alcohol and admit when you're in the wrong. Frankly, it's rather insulting to your friend and his girlfriend.
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(Original post by Final Fantasy)
Glad you asked!

Here you go: "I know what I did was wrong but I was drunk and everyone behaves like an **** when drunk sometimes."

Where to go from here? First step is to admit your mistake and just apologise. Stop blaming the alcohol and admit when you're in the wrong. Frankly, it's rather insulting to your friend and his girlfriend.
I already admitted I was wrong, if you use your eyes.

You need to make sure you watch your tone when responding to threads.
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I already admitted I was wrong, if you use your eyes.

You need to make sure you watch your tone when responding to threads.
For the wrong reasons. Alcohol was not the issue. Your behaviour was. Nobody forced you to get drunk. If this isn't making sense to you then okay, good luck.
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I already admitted I was wrong, if you use your eyes.

You need to make sure you watch your tone when responding to threads.
Why you getting loud on anon? Say with chest, on your main account.

Plus you being drunk isn't an excuse. You insulted your "mate" and you tried to go for his girl.
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I already admitted I was wrong, if you use your eyes.

You need to make sure you watch your tone when responding to threads.
TBH Morning after 'I was drunk...' apologies tend to be ignored or thought poorly of. People assume you're just feeling wretched with the hangover and haven't really considered the full extent of what you've done or why you are really apologising. You're waaaaaaay to early in the process to be grumping that you said you were sorry.
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(Original post by Final Fantasy)
For the wrong reasons. Alcohol was not the issue. Your behaviour was. Nobody forced you to get drunk. If this isn't making sense to you then okay, good luck.
I got drunk by accident.

You are acting like you have never gotten drunk and you always behave like a gentleman, when your posts are pretty rude.

Good luck to you too.
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Apologies that come in the form

“I’m sorry but...”

Are not apologies.

Leave him be for now and then apologise properly. You behaved badly and now you need to make up for that.
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(Original post by GabiAbi84)
Apologies that come in the form

“I’m sorry but...”

Are not apologies.

Leave him be for now and then apologise properly. You behaved badly and now you need to make up for that.
I behaved badly yeah but at least I have owned up to it and want to sort it.
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Theres no better way of sorting this than a bare knuckle fist fight.
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U have two problems.

Ur mate. U rlly did him a bad. At least u know it. He might be willing to listen at a cooler time when u approach in a more thoughtful way and xpress ur lament without any "but"... the only reason u may get lucky is coz dudes are frankly more willing to forgive their mates than girls r when they pull this same bs.

Then there's ur mate's gf... does she actually like u, or did ur attempt at sexual assault turn her off too?
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Anonymous #2
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Lol that's a akward move. If he's still frosty in a few weeks just accept that the friendship is broken and try to get closer to others. tbh if my bf's friend did that we'd both be shocked and feel uncomfortable but eventually we would move on and forgive. Also you probably bruised his ego when you said you would be better in bed then him.

Give it time, apologise to his girlfriend too, insist you were drunk and out of line but you don't fancy her and it won't happen again. Try channeling your sexual energy into single girls instead, get on tinder...
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Also you probably bruised his ego when you said you would be better in bed then him.
I dunno, I wouldn't take that slur too seriously from someone who could barely stand up without pissing themselves
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I behaved badly yeah but at least I have owned up to it and want to sort it.
There’s that “but” again...
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