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I had a work event booked for next weekend which has now been cancelled. I asked my friends to come along to support me and they all said no they couldn't make it or it would be too awkward for them. A few weeks after I'd asked them they organised a day/night out for the same day of the event. Of course I felt disappointed.

The work event has now been postponed due to covid regulations, and I no longer have plans next weekend. Not one of my friends have invited me to their day/night out, knowing that I no longer have any plans. They are all planning it in the group chat, and I've never felt more left out. It's like they forget I'm in the chat.

I don't know whether I should say something so they invite me or stand my ground. Because at the end of the day they all made plans on the day of my work event, and they now know its cancelled, and not one of them has considered to invite me
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Justaboutalive
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You can ask them if they have plans indirectly? Or just say you wanna hang out
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Unless they have booked anything where they can't change the numbers, ask for the details and say you can now go out with them.
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