By not invited - 13/12/2015 01:13 - United States - Appleton
Today, a close friend told me she had no plans for her birthday. I found out she was lying when I had to serve her and 9 other mutual friends dinner at the restaurant I work at. I don't know what's worse, the fact that I wasn't invited or that none of them even remembered that I worked there. FML
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By  press_start_bro  |  21

Damn OP. She is obviously not a good friend. Let her/them go and move on! You deserve someone who would treat you right and not do that crap to you! She's obviously being fake. Go find someone worth your time!

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By  press_start_bro  |  21

Damn OP. She is obviously not a good friend. Let her/them go and move on! You deserve someone who would treat you right and not do that crap to you! She's obviously being fake. Go find someone worth your time!

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  ThatOneChick856  |  35

While I agree with letting the birthday girl go, I don't think this should mean letting the other friends go. Unless they all got together and planned a surprise party without including OP, the beef between this girl and OP is none of their business and dragging innocent people into the problem will just make OP look worse than the other girl. Besides the fact that this girl pulled a jerk move by having the party where OP works, she doesn't HAVE to be friends with OP just because they have some mutual friends- unless she led OP on this entire time.

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  ACCOUNTKILLER  |  18

I wouldn't risk my job and behave unprofessionally because of a personal grudge. Shit like this done by people who would are the reason no one takes hospitality jobs seriously or respects anyone working them.

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Yeah. No need to actually do anything. Just serve them the food and tell her you've included something extra special just for her. If she complains to your boss you simply have to say "She's a good friend. I meant I included extra basil cause it's her birthday and she came to my workplace just so she could be with me on her birthday."