By IJustWantedCheez - 27/09/2016 17:37 - United States - San Antonio
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Why couldn't you have just said "Sure. Leave me the cheddar ones and take as much of the others as you like."
That's true, but in general I don't think when you give permission for someone to try your food you expect them to take more than one or two pieces. At least, that's how I was taught, so OP probably wasn't thinking that she'd eat so much of it that he needed a disclaimer.
What is the big deal here? The person is now a better friend. You shared food with them. It was only three bucks. It will lead to good things.
that kinda makes you sound like a push-over op, it's alright for you to say, -sure have some but leave me the cheddar ones, they're my fav too..- :) don't be afraid to say what you want, people can't read your mind, getting frustrated about people not doing what you want if you didn't tell them (nicely) what it is you want, is only harming yourself, OP..
Couldn't agree more. Now there's the possibility of op liking that person less, being rude to her, or lashing out after having bottled up all these feelings for awhile. All of which is unfair to her friend because the friend has no idea she's even done anything wrong. Don't ruin this friendship op because you bottle everything up, never say what you're thinking and/or let people walk on you. People aren't mind readers, you have to tell them what you're thinking. Your friend probably left thinking you guys had a great lunch together.
If she was just trying some why would she eat so many? That's rude