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By left out / Saturday 11 January 2014 20:26 / United States - Spencer
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  HowAreYouToday  |  34

no, op *clearly* said best friend. learn to read lmao.

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  HowAreYouToday  |  34

actually that was sarcasm. petition to make a new symbol to place around text to make it seem sarcastic

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  thief1434  |  23

#71, I think you can use copyrighted/trademarked material without paying as long as you're not saying that you created it/you're not getting money off of it. Not too sure though. O.o

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Yeah real civil >.>

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  crackz12  |  10

What if her friend went there for dinner because she knew OP was working that shift and couldn't go out? What's the chances she tried to ditch her best friend and showed up at her job for dinner? And only to be met with hostility and a spit on cake. tisk tisk whos the bad friend here

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  smokecloud_  |  37

I was thinking the same thing, 94. I'm a server and our hours often seem odd and erratic to people with "regular" jobs. Weekends are meaningless to us, we can't take off. Still love my job. :) Every night when I get off can be Saturday!

By  Drew90001  |  4

Aw. That's too bad. :(

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  KK3137  |  31

I'm thinking perhaps they didn't invite him/her because they knew OP had to work, but figured they could go to the restaurant where OP works so he/she could still be present..

By  volkener12  |  1

Maybe she wanted to do something special with her "best" friend later one :/

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  VasNormandy  |  14

If that was the case, it'd still be really weird not to get an invite and be in on the idea of having the party at her work. Sounds like a bad friend, in my opinion.

By  sas0820  |  27

That's a rotten-food situation

By  zoegirl_455  |  30

Happy birthday to you Happy birthday to you Happy birthday you jerkkk Happy birthday to you!

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