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Agreed. I wouldn't feel too bad about ignoring a Facebook invite to any event. After all, if the person wanted me to come, they would have talked to me personally or sent something a little more personal.

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maybe that's the way they are in contact with each other... this is the 21st century we're talking about here where unfortunately less and less people are communicating with verbal speech.

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Not really. Maybe her friends are on Facebook a lot? I know I wouldn't do that, but only because not all of my friends have Facebook, and many aren't on it very often. If she's the complete opposite, it's perfectly acceptable, and it's quicker too, especially since it's summer so she might not see them a lot anymore.

ooh 6th, that's the highest I've ever been That's annoying OP. But don't worry, many people don't have really any friends besides their significant other. Just cancel the restaurant, and have a nice night with your boyfriend But yeah, facebook shouldn't be used for something like this

It's better to call. Its also a FML for your boyfriend. Boyfriend 'Today, my girlfriend had a party and i was the only one could go. My girlfriend has no friends. FML'

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Yeah, I'm sure it affected the boyfriend a whole lot, let's forget all about the OP whose birthday is forgotten by all her friends =] No sympathy there apparently. FYL.

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When I go on Facebook and see an event I ignore it if they want me to go so badly they can call me or send a letter

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my sister had over 130 coming to hers, anyway if you invite 39 you're not going to get that many back

Never plan your own birthday party. You set yourself up for disappointment. If others want to celebrate your birthday, let them plan it for you.

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