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By  pandemonium307  |  10

You should have known enough about the girl to know she had a boyfriend, and when someone invites you to something like that you should clarify before hand if they want you to pay them for the ticket...

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By  NoBookNoGood  |  14

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  zaise_chsa  |  19

I'm putting you deserved it. You should have bounced the moment you realized she went back on her offer. That is, unless it was for a band you really liked, then f*ck them and you should have spent your time enjoying the show.

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  kemando  |  22

saying you have an extra ticket is not the same as saying that you'll give AWAY an extra ticket. She probably intended to have him pay for the ticket the entire time.

By  psyjoniz  |  12

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  kemando  |  22

except... it is. I don't think animals do this, they were simply stating that men and women do douchy things. But yes, this is definitely a situation unique to people.

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  psyjoniz  |  12

what on earth are you even meaning? and how does saying 'this is not unique to women' offend? are rabbits out deceiving other rabbits using false romantic pretenses to make a quick buck? your attempt to clarify makes absolutely zero sense.

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  kemando  |  22

the real question is why they think it's not "unique to people", do they not understand the meaning of that phrase? Imagine if I said " basketball is not unique to people", that makes ZERO fucking sense, no other species on the PLANET play basketball, it IS UNIQUE TO PEOPLE. They just don't understand the phrase, and assume it's somehow offensive to women. Which it's not, it's simply a fact you stated. But, and it's just a feeling, we might have some entitled 3rd wave feminists on our hands. They generally don't listen to reason, which could very well be "unique to feminists".

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  kemando  |  22

Questioning what I can only assume is feminist logic can only lead to trouble. I'm also noticing any comment I make against new wave feminists is mysteriously disappearing, apparently freedom of speech only counts if you don't disagree with a certain group of people.

By  pandemonium307  |  10

You should have known enough about the girl to know she had a boyfriend, and when someone invites you to something like that you should clarify before hand if they want you to pay them for the ticket...

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  VeganVampyre  |  26

It kinda does, actually... Saying you have an extra anything and asking if someone is interested generally implies that you don't want the thing to go to waste and are willing to let them have it. If you want to sell it to them you should say something like "I'm looking to sell this extra ticket" or "do you want to buy the ticket?". If someone just said "I have an extra ticket, would you like to come with me?" I would definitely assume they meant for free since they already bought the ticket.

By  hipposteve  |  21

if you like her, then enjoy her company as a friend. there's nothing wrong with that. and be a gentleman. pay your ticket. who knows, you might get along great with the fella.

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  ChopSuey444  |  20

She isn't starting out as a very good friend since she claimed she had a spare ticket, then ended up having him pay for one. Which isn't a measurement of his gentlemanly quality, even the nicest person would be upset when "free ticket" turns into "$60 ticket".

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  ThatOneChick856  |  35

This doesn't seem like a "free ticket turned into $60" situation. If they weren't even friends (and they clearly weren't, since he didn't realize she has a boyfriend) why would he assume she was inviting him for free? And as others have said "I have an extra ticket" doesn't mean "I'm just giving it away". It could either mean a free gift or that they're selling it.

By  kemando  |  22

been the third wheel waaaay too many times, and sometimes even a 5th, and it's definitely no fun. Hopefully the concert was worth the money in the end!

By  revolvearoundme  |  14

Oops guess you read that one wrong, skipped the fine print, and signed up for the friend zone news letter. Hopefully you had fun anyways and maybe she has a single friend that's your type.

By  LyricaSilvan  |  29

Kind of rude of her to invite you and then expect you to pay. Generally when you invite someone to do something it implies you plan to pay, unless you make it clear up front that you'd like them to foot their own bill.

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