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He won't talk to me. I told him because he asked what I did the other day and I said I went football with my cousin and his mates then he got upset saying I never go out with them but I only went out with my cousin because he needed an extra player to go football and his dad was outside in the car waiting for him. He was on his way to work and dropped us off on the way so it was just that moment. I tried telling my friends this, one understands but another one has fallen out with me over it like ignoring me and everything
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Then apologise and arrange something you can do with them.
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Then apologise and arrange something you can do with them.
I did he won't listen. My other friend did but this guy didn't
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I did he won't listen. My other friend did but this guy didn't
He’s hurt, give him some time.
What the other guy did has got nothing to do with him
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