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By Pizza-less / Sunday 4 September 2011 04:16 / United States
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Kill them >:3 I'd just be like oh hey I'm leaving and when they ask why just say oh cause I wouldn't want you to to feel like you have to share your precious pizza with me so I'll just go home.

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I don't really understand why people keep saying YDI for checking the phone. It was OP's best friend, not some stranger. Honestly it's more like a YDI to the friend for leaving the phone. If you have such a big problem with other people reading your texts, then either you have control issues or should delete them.

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Then hide it or something. OP's friend left his phone, so it's basically fair game. It's not like his diary. The people who get so pissed are usually the ones hiding something.

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207- Normal people have a sense of privacy. If its not your phone you shouldn't be reading their texts. And I don't have anything to hide but I'd still be pissed if I caught someone looking through my messages without my knowledge or consent. It's just common decency.

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Logic being that it shouldn't be the biggest deal if your best friend opens your cellphone. Especially if you leave it open in a room all alone. I'm not saying open every drawer or lift the top off of every box, but this guy didn't deserve to not be fed for looking at a text message. Maybe there's some back story of gluttonous behavior, but looking at his best friend's phone isn't grounds for him deserving this FML, and that's what some people are focusing on. And yeah, it can be pretty normal to look at your friend's phone. My friends look at my pictures all the time and vice versa.

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I agree 255, I bet he looked through his phone because his friend probably got a text, read it, then suddenly said he has to go to the bathroom in a suspicious way. Everyone needs to calm down. Also, it's the friends fault too because he didn't have to lie. All he had to say is I gotta go eat. If my friend said that to me I wouldn't be offended. Even if he offered me food I would refuse. Lastly, to whoever said the OP maybe was invited to dinner is retarded. You don't need to be invited to eat at your BF house. This isn't an effing wedding. Seriously, next people are gonna start wanting personal invitations just to put something in theirs mouths. Get over yourselfs people

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Or.... maybe being poor has nothing to do with it. What if the dad only bought enough pizza for "his" family and didn't know that the friend was even over? Instead of being extra rude he asked his son to make a polite excuse of going to the restroom. And I think it's rude of the OP to expect to be feed unless he was invited over for dinner by the dad.

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@ 80 I don't know where you grew up but where i grew up we would always feed the people that came into our house. It doesn't matter if they were invited over for dinner or not everyone was always welcome to eat with us. Even if my mom only cooked enough for us. Even if they only had enough for the family they could have atleast offered him a slice or two. What kind of family lets their guest starve.

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112, I don't disagree with you. (: I myself, would never not include my children's friends in our meals. But I will say, if I'm not expecting them over for dinner, then they have to go before dinner time. Plain and simple.

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@112: The kind of family whose guests suck down pizza, breadsticks, and soda faster than a 220Volt Hoover. And whose guests EXPECT the family to feed them just because they show up uninvited.

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117- First of all, he's not rude to expect to be fed because he is their GUEST. When I was little and I had a friend over, even if he was unexpected, my mom would make sure he was fed the same amount as all of us, If not more. Second, I think it's extremely rude to make him leave before dinner because you didn't make enough food for him too. Who cares? Either make more, order out, or feed him/her whatever you got. It's like your saying "Sorry, you have to go now because were going to eat and I wasn't expecting you, and I'm too lazy to make you something bye!".

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Anyone think that OP overstayed his welcome? What if he was there for like 8 hours and OP's Dad wasn't expecting to have to feed him. Not that it was right of Dad to do that, but just a thought.

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@89- I disagree. How can best friends "overstay their welcome"? My two best friends and I practically live with each other. We'll stay at one of our homes for days at time. We have copies of house keys. We vacation together. We do practically everything together. I know my mother is more than happy to feed them and buy them things. Same with their parents.

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185 - that's great that you have that kind of relationship with your friends, but generally, people don't get THAT close, especially if you are not 'best' friends. Perhaps OP was invited to come over, with no planned time to leave. OP stays for 8 or more hours and OP's friend can't just say 'dude, go home.' Like I said, it would be rude of his friend's Dad to do that, but don't expect to be fed, especially if its not your home and you were not invited for dinner.

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But the OP used the words "best friend". My best friends have hung out at my house without me. They're also free to eat whatever they want in my home. Maybe the OP should reconsider whether or not his friend is his "best friend" or not. Because what his friend did was really shade and disrespectful.

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My mistake. It was his best friend. I'm not denying it was rude, only that are justifiable reasons for doing it, and that there is probably something OP forgot or choose not to mention.

Kill them >:3 I'd just be like oh hey I'm leaving and when they ask why just say oh cause I wouldn't want you to to feel like you have to share your precious pizza with me so I'll just go home.

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@95: Right.... insult the host. Fuck you. Get your own damn pizza. I'm indecent because I don't share? How about YOU being decent for once in your lard-ass life and BRING over 5 pizzas when YOU drop in unexpectedly... or on purpose?

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@95: Spoken like a true Socialist living in a Socialist Country where YOU expect the GOVERNMENT (your next-door-neighbor) to pay for all of your wants, needs, and pizza.

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What i was getting at is that ITS A FUCKING PIZZA. who cares? The world will not come to an end of they share 1 slice of a damn pizza. Where the fuck has common sense and courtesy gone in the world?

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Snooping is worse than not sharing pizza. The way he glazed over the snooping fact makes him look like this is a common occurrence. Bad friend! Baaad friend!

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I'm sure they would have ordered enough to give him one slice at least, sounds like they just chose not to. Thats the last thing my parents would ever do, it's just plain rude. O.o

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Maybe if there isn't enough for everyone to eat he shouldn't have ordered pizza. If you can't afford to feed everyone who is in your home, family or not, then you shouldn't be ordering anything.

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