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By Ashley / Thursday 6 September 2012 12:46 / Australia - Gold Coast
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By  pmadNess  |  14

That's a pretty crappy joke for a first meeting. I find them to be the pretentious bitches. If they were joking, wouldn't they take your response as joking also?

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  chowE_fml  |  4

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63 I do not know why you are getting thumbed down it is the truth society thinks that if you do not hear something to just nod and smile and not ask for them to repeat it.

By  SweetSora  |  2

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  MURIKKA  |  11

I really don't think OP can be blamed. I mean, she's nervous because it's the first meeting, and when you're nervous, you do stupid stuff like that. And c'mon, haven't we all done this once?

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Especially when you've already said "what?" multiple times and still can't hear/understand the person and you basically have no choice other than to just smile, nod, and hope that'll be enough.

By  pmadNess  |  14

That's a pretty crappy joke for a first meeting. I find them to be the pretentious bitches. If they were joking, wouldn't they take your response as joking also?

By  Dinger1992  |  3

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By  pandainspandex  |  18

I would explain yourself ASAP. It will be more believable if you do it sooner. I'm deaf in one ear, so I miss a lot of what people say. I've had similar situations happen to me, and 99% of the time the problem can be solved by just explaining yourself. Good luck!

By  cmyk  |  19

It's always hard to make a good first impression on the other parts parents. But why didn't you just ask them to repeat it or joke it off as they were jokingly asking in the first place?

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