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  • Friends

    Friends are awesome what do u think?
    Last edited by swimmergrl; 12-23-2007, 02:06 PM.

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    Re: Friends

    I think I will be friends with them forever.
    Last edited by swimmergrl; 12-23-2007, 02:07 PM.

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    • #3
      Re: Friends

      Sadly, this does happen a lot [virtual or not]. When this happens, I wait for her angry-ness to melt away. But if I seriously want to talk to her/him, I would apoligize first. Even if it wasn't my fault, some people think you did something when you really didn't.

      Once I was talking to 3 people at once and they all said something to me at the same time. I answered them the best I could but forgot to say who I was answering. So one friend got mad at me for saying something mean to her when I wasn't talking to her. [She said: Does this look nice? and I answered someone else at the time saying: Not really. [the other person asked if my sister was watching the screen].]

      Accidental talking like that does happen a lot. And I ended up sending an entire message saying "I'm sorry" over and over and over again. Not kidding. Perhaps ask your friend what happened to make him/her mad at you? They may or may not say but if they don't cool off from their anger in less than a week, something may be up. Maybe ask if anything has gone askew in their life? Events outside of friendships do play a hand in how a person acts and thinks.
      Last edited by marebear0620; 12-23-2007, 06:55 AM.

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        Re: Friends

        I understand what u are saying I hope u work things out with that friend if have not already.
        Last edited by swimmergrl; 12-23-2007, 02:07 PM.

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