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    Okay so I have a friend that I've been friends with for about 6/7 years now, and throughout that time we've been pretty much best friends.

    It's her birthday today so I went round early this morning (because she had work), with a big box of chocolates and a card. However right now she is having a BBQ with all her friends, and some of my friends, which I'm assuming she thinks I don't know anything about, however what with peoples facebook status's well you know it's easy to find out about these things...

    The reason I'm probably not invited, is the people she hangs around with are very childish and rude, and generally don't like me (play pokemon, ignore me, try and make me feel socially isolated).. it is this reason I wasn't invited to my friends 18th meal, as she explained that I would probably feel "uncomfortable".. However this year, she didn't even mention her BBQ to me and I had to find out about it from my friends facebook status.

    So I'm wondering, should I mention to her that I'm hurt at being left out of her birthday (again), or should I ignore it and not say anything? Also, is it my fault that I don't get on with these people (who trust me, act as if they are still in primary school).. and is it not my friends place to say that they have to learn to accept me at these occasions? (Especially as I haven't done anything nasty towards them)..
 
 
 
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