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Pretty awkward, yes?
but not awkward. I've kind of realised that people who get really, really awkward about other peoples' interactions (and say things are cringey etc) are, generally, cunts.
just something that I've thought more and more lately
The reason I started the thread is I've just had a passive aggressive message on Facebook from someone I didn't invite to my birthday party at the weekend who's deciding to publicly express her bemusement at my decision to snub her.
It was a small gathering of about ten people and she's someone who I really don't have that much to do with. - it literally didn't cross my mind to invite her. She did a similar thing last year when she got really upset about not being invited to a friend's wedding. Again, it was a small wedding and she just wasn't someone they considered close enough to invite but she made a massive deal out of it...
she sounds like a pillock
YOU DIDN'T INVITE ME TO YOUR BIRTHDAY PARTY??????? :@
posting something like that publically? bit strange
This is the thing though - there are quite a few people I genuinely feel a bit guilty about not inviting. Including you. (I'd managed to book a karaoke room for free but only for about ten-twelve people). But it genuinely didn't occur to me at any point that I should invite her and find it a bit weird she's offended by it.
though your loss for missing seeing me singing Bee Gees songs
Turning it around whenever you thought you liked someone enough to invite them.
i don't think I got an invite either
so maybe you DO need to sort out your priorities
I sure you knew that already.
That sounds like someone with poor social grace and massive FOMO issues.