By slondons - 18/01/2011 20:53 - United Kingdom

Today, my friends were acting strange around me. This afternoon, I got a text asking me to meet them out for a couple of drinks. Because of all the strange acting, I decided to tell them I'd go and then not go. I just found out they had been planning me a surprise party. FML
I agree, your life sucks 9 615
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You should of asked them why they were acting strange or just trust them!! no reason to ditch them!! some friend you are!!

Why wouldn't you just confront them instead of childishly lying to them like that?

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*hits thumbs-down for banana_buddy's comment 143 times* It isn't working...

KingDingALing 9

*hits thumbs-up 144 times* Oh yes I did!

You should of asked them why they were acting strange or just trust them!! no reason to ditch them!! some friend you are!!

mintcar 9

Should'VE*

thank u grammar nazi

Should of is the correct term. Should've isn't in the dictionary,but both are accepted. Go die grammar Nazi.

kofinater 3

No, it's Should HAVE, should've sounds like should of and thats why most people type it that way. Google Chrome's spell check is telling me should've is wrong though . . .

the 've means have just like the (n)'t in don't means not

pwincessa23 1

mint, my dear, you can shove the "ve" that stands for have up wherever it fits. I'm sure you can fit it in many spaces.

mintcar 9

Are you guys even familiar with what a contraction is? Contractions such as "could’ve,” “should’ve,” “would’ve,” “might’ve,” and “must’ve,” are usually avoided because they encourage people to believe the proper pronunciations are “should of," which is completely wrong. I typed should'VE because that's what she was trying to aim for when she spelled out " should of. " You are all complete idiots with the exception of maybe one or two. I also don't consider myself a Grammar Nazi, as one would have corrected her whole sentence all together. HERP DERP! 55-you really want me to take advice from someone whose username seems to have been made by a three year old? Shut the fwuck up.

Mint.....the last paragraph of your reply is the best thing I've read in awhile! Nice! I'm still laughing.

#63, you're a douche. End your life... now.

63 failed to see the reason why it's intentionally incorrectly spelled.

Acousticpixie14 6

Mint, I love you.

hang on...should've is a contraction of should of? huh?

#72...Seriously?

pwincessa23 1

actually, it was the way someone very loved by me used to pronounce it. it wasn't a three year old, it was a two year old. they may no longer be here but they are still very much loved. at least Im not the one getting anal because someone misspelled something or used something incorrectly. it's a website not a grammar competition. I'm sure people have better things to do than worry about whether they used a contraction right or not. fugly nigga. idc what u say or think. I'm not racist, just dislike you very much.

Mintcar, your fucking awesome xD

christa953 12

ydi for lying to your friends instead of asking why they were being strange

JellyBalls 18

I was trying to see how she didn't deserve it but, this is where I ended up.

zy135 1

YDI Asshole

Pisces86 0

Ydi

Why wouldn't you just confront them instead of childishly lying to them like that?

IneffableLullaby 13

Couldn't agree with number six more. Next time, OP, act like an adult.

This is an 'YDI' of epic proportions. Never make plans and back out last minute. I hate that.

you know what would've been better? telling them you wouldn't go, and then show up. that way you'd be by yourself in a bar, and you could hook up with some random guy/girl to make yourself feel better. happy birthday!

Way to go dummy. Although this is probably something that would happen to me.

mintcar 9

YDI!! Happy birthday though. Next time just be upfront and ask what's really going on.