Ambien conversations are the worst

By Anonymous - 24/09/2020 23:02

Today, my close friend messaged me, asking if she could still move in. I don't remember the conversation we had saying that she could move in in the first place. I live in a one bedroom apartment. I have no idea what to say. FML
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LackyLacy 5

Be honest about it. Or let her move in. Those are your 2 options

tc201002 11

Tell her no saying you don’t recall a conversation about her moving in. Could it be that the move in message was for another friend of hers and she sent it to you by mistake?

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How close a friend can she be if she doesn't know your apartment is tiny? Unless she does know, and couldn't care about your space or comfort. Either way, find a backbone and stand your ground. If she ends the friendship, at least you'll know the calibre of friend she was and what to watch out for in others to avoid more of the same in the future.

LackyLacy 5

Be honest about it. Or let her move in. Those are your 2 options

tc201002 11

Tell her no saying you don’t recall a conversation about her moving in. Could it be that the move in message was for another friend of hers and she sent it to you by mistake?

You should say "Yes, and don't worry about rent!" You can hope that some of her gall and confidence rubs off on you.

mccuish 24

Maybe you were drunk during this conversation

Say no. Its really not that hard. ydi

How about saying no?

If you want her to move in, say yes. If you don't, say no.

tell her you don't know wtf she's taking about