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By sorryyouweregone / Monday 25 March 2013 13:13 / Japan
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If OP's friend asks for advice and still refuses to listen after the same problem continues to occur I don't blame OP for listening only begrudgingly.

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What 36 said. You either go into the hole we're digging you quietly or you apologise and *then* go in the hole.

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2, there are certain people who complain and bitch about shit they could have resolved 20 times over if they tried. For example, when my friend talks to me she only talks about a few topics. Either she's bragging about how rich she is or she talks about her problems with her bf who has a kid. She doesn't like that he spends a lot of money for child support, she doesn't like that he won't buy her expensive things, she doesn't like the mother of his kid, she doesn't like how immature he is, and sh

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Some people like being stuck with the poor me victim mentality. They want sympathy, not advice or support. While I feel bad for op, when I'm out to dinner with friends, my ringer goes off. If op knew this friend was a complainer, then why answer in the first place?

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Personally, I think OP's friend was being pretty rude by interrupting a going-away party with her relationship problems. The OP is leaving for another country, and all his/her friend was thinking about was herself. OP should have asserted himself/herself and said she'll/he'll call back later. I mean, how long was the OP out there? 20 minutes? Half an hour? Longer than that? It's rude to leave your own party, and I'm not surprised the friends ended up everything and closed the bill. By the soun

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I really don't see how you are sticking them with the bill. You don't eat or drink anything, you have no bill.

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I wasn't saying you were oblivious...I was making a joke out of not understanding your wordplay, which is why it says I'm oblivious... (For more help, see "sexually oblivious female" meme)

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It's a two-way street though. Apparently OP's friends do that, yes, but he also took his grand ass time outside on the phone, so it's like pick your side, I guess. And that's why I like your comment cause it can go both ways.

They closed out the bill? So you weren't out any money, right? If you took a long time dealing with your phone call, they probably thought you left. If no one knew what you were doing or where you had gone, you are the one to appear to be the rude one, not your friends.

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Although I don't know how long she was on the phone, I assume she told them where she was going and why. This just sounds like the friends took advantage of the situation.

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She was gone long enough to have all her food eaten. I would think if the friends knew where she was, someone would have found/ checked on her. Btw They paid for her food and drink. There's no situation to take advantage of because she wasn't stuck with the bill. (:

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Well now it sort of depends how many friends there were. If there was five or six people it wouldn't take long to down a drink and an average main course. Also, they took advantage of the extra food.

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