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What would you do if your friend rang you up said are you coming out tonight ? You make plans to meet up after he had drinks and dinner with his date ? You wait at the bar ? Despite several messages and calls he doesn’t pick up or reply ?
I gave 7 missed calls.

Then I had 3 missed calls from him at 2:45am. I didn’t pick up as I had just arrived home.

I text him today “what happened to you then ?”
He read it but no reply.

Honest advice what would you do ?
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wait at least two days for an explanation from him.
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wait at least two days for an explanation from him.
Why two days ? Surely isn’t difficult to explain.
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Why two days ? Surely isn’t difficult to explain.
Depends on what happened tbh.
Also depends on how good of a friend they are and whether it’s out of character for them to do this to you.
If they’ve done it before then I’d have less patience.
If they’ve never done it before then it’s more likely that there’s a reason for it that’s worth waiting to hear what they say.
Ultimately it’s up to you how you react.
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Depends on what happened tbh.
Also depends on how good of a friend they are and whether it’s out of character for them to do this to you.
If they’ve done it before then I’d have less patience.
If they’ve never done it before then it’s more likely that there’s a reason for it that’s worth waiting to hear what they say.
Ultimately it’s up to you how you react.
If there is a reason it should be given the sharpish.
Only thing I can accept is if they are in hospital or accident or some family bearevement.

I did ask what happened. They read my message and didn’t have the decency to reply back ?
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If there is a reason it should be given the sharpish.
Only thing I can accept is if they are in hospital or accident or some family bearevement.

I did ask what happened. They read my message and didn’t have the decency to reply back ?
Again that would depend on the reason. Sometimes things happen and getting back to someone is the least of their worries.
Like I said-only you know if they’ve done it before or it’s out of character for them.

You’re making a lot of judgement already about them not having the “decency” and that they should give you an immediate response which tells me you already know that you’re mad about it.

You asked what I would do. If it was a good friend I’d give them the benefit of the doubt before rushing in all guns blazing.
It’s up to you what you would do.
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