Do you talk to your flatmates friends?

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Lets say theyre discussing something in the kitchen do you just greet them then go about your business or do try engage? I dont know any of them so im wondering what you guys would do in such a situation given you wouldnt want to interupt
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I would do just let them do the job in the kitchen
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Depends if I had something to add, so yes I'm not afraid of doing it but will I purposely try and get involved? no, unless I knew them or had talked to them on the past.

For instance if I can make a joke about something that was just said or I had knowledge that would be helpful in the situation.

It's just about being freindly with someone who is essentially extended flat family,.
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I would do just let them do the job in the kitchen
good i did the right thing and didnt come off as cold
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Lets say theyre discussing something in the kitchen do you just greet them then go about your business or do try engage? I dont know any of them so im wondering what you guys would do in such a situation given you wouldnt want to interupt
i'd stfu and not say a word. you don't always need to react, greet, or communicate with humans. do your own ****, if they wanted your presence so bad, they'd go to you.
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Depends if I had something to add, so yes I'm not afraid of doing it but will I purposely try and get involved? no, unless I knew them or had talked to them on the past.

For instance if I can make a joke about something that was just said or I had knowledge that would be helpful in the situation.

It's just about being freindly with someone who is essentially extended flat family,.
yeah i thought so as well
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i'd stfu and not say a word. you don't always need to react, greet, or communicate with humans. do your own ****, if they wanted your presence so bad, they'd go to you.
lmaoo a bit unfriendly but understandable. its common courtesy to acknowledge theeir presence though
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lmaoo a bit unfriendly but understandable. its common courtesy to acknowledge theeir presence though
sorry baee, i just dont want them using you. stay safe ! <33
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Lets say theyre discussing something in the kitchen do you just greet them then go about your business or do try engage? I dont know any of them so im wondering what you guys would do in such a situation given you wouldnt want to interupt
Hey yeah well I'm a first year student living with a second year and three three third year students who all know each other. We do get on and things i try to make polite conversations about uni life and everything but nothing too deep though although I'm going out to the student bar with them on Friday night well potentially them as i have table-tennis beforehand and i don't know whem they're going so. I mean its only November so maybe in the new year and everything we may get into deeper stuff but yeah it's sort of weird. Thry talk about me behind my back and stuff but you know i shouldn't worry too much although I sometimes take it too literally aha but thats just my perspective 😅
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Hey yeah well I'm a first year student living with a second year and three three third year students who all know each other. We do get on and things i try to make polite conversations about uni life and everything but nothing too deep though although I'm going out to the student bar with them on Friday night well potentially them as i have table-tennis beforehand and i don't know whem they're going so. I mean its only November so maybe in the new year and everything we may get into deeper stuff but yeah it's sort of weird. Thry talk about me behind my back and stuff but you know i shouldn't worry too much although I sometimes take it too literally aha but thats just my perspective 😅
'they TalK AbOuT mE BeHind My BaCk AnD sTuFf aha' ;;-;;

please dont advise my besties to communicate with flatmates and their friends when u get treated like that. i will protect bvllvh at ALL costs.

see bestie, this is why u shouldnt do it. we wouldn't want you being spoken about behind your back
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