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post Oct 26 2007, 05:05 PM
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My friends and I agreed over a week now that we were going to have a girls night out today. Yay, I thought.

I bought some snacks, came home early, took a bath, prepared my clothes, then I recieved an SMS at the last minute telling me that it was canceled because of yadi yada. Oh, she forgot to tell me earlier.

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GUESS WHAT JUST HAPPENED? She called me like 7 minutes ago, telling me that it wasn't canceled afterall. But I already ate the snacks and I don't feel like going out anymore!!

Also, I went early to school yesterday, only to find out that the first two classes were canceled.

How hard is it to actually tell someone before hand?
 
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post Oct 26 2007, 05:14 PM
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Sometimes rather hard, most of the time, pretty easy.
 
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post Oct 26 2007, 05:36 PM
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I know what you're saying.

Once, I was going on a date with this guy. I spent a week agonizing everything down to the scent of hairspray. I got all pretty, and ready. He called as I was on my way out the door to tell me he couldn't make it.
He had known for a few days but didn't know how to tell me, because he didn't want to hurt my feelings.

But, things like that do happen. I don't recall but I am SURE I have done something like that to someone.
 
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post Oct 26 2007, 06:10 PM
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I hate those situations. Like honestly, a little text or something would be fine. If there's some good reason for not contacting me fine, but totally bailing out like that sucks.
 
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post Oct 26 2007, 07:32 PM
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Oh man, I hate it when that happens. pinch.gif I guess people are just afraid of hurting people or making them mad. It must suck to get all primped and everything only to find that its not happening.
 
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post Oct 26 2007, 09:56 PM
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Phew, I'm so glad that I have good friends... hah. I actually get kinda nervous when the schedule changes... or like during homecoming week when we dress up. I'm worried I'll get my days mixed up and I'll look stupid, lol. If I tell my friend to remind me of something and they don't it bugs me. Of if they say they'll call me back later, but never do.
 
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post Oct 26 2007, 11:04 PM
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QUOTE(Sandraaa)
Also, I went early to school yesterday, only to find out that the first two classes were canceled.


Last week we had an exhibition performance (marching) at another school, but the weather was HORRIBLE so we had no idea if we were gonna actually go or not. The day before, we were all waiting on an e-mail letting us know, but it never came. The day of the performance, still no e-mail. So we go to class, all of us fully prepared to go to this contest and march outside.

He tells us, "So I got an e-mail yesterday morning, the person in charge of the contest said that no matter what, even if the weather did clear up, we would not be marching." I looked around, everyone looked pissed. We stressed out this whole day getting ready to go out of town and now we weren't even going to go, and he didn't tell us. Then he finished, "Instead it's going to be inside, so we will be playing. Just not marching." We were relieved that we were actually going, but still, it was so frustrating that he'd kept in all this information until the last minute to let us all know.
 
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post Oct 27 2007, 11:02 PM
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Those situations are just awkward and annoying. It gets so much worse if you put off telling someone to the last minute..

Sometimes it happens to me, at the worst of times.. pinch.gif
 
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post Oct 27 2007, 11:59 PM
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My choir director is really bad with the whole last minute thing;
she's really starting to pish a lot of us off. stubborn.gif
 
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post Oct 28 2007, 12:09 AM
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HAHA SHES GONE BEYOND PISSING US OFF! lol on the one topic i feel really bad when i have to cancel b/c all of us get excited like me becka lauren & amber were gunna party this weekend... psh that didnt happen... i hate being poor lol
 
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post Oct 28 2007, 12:12 AM
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i know. we were even gonna use flashlights instead of electricty. how awesome is that? but our choir director is effing crazy...and i hate when plans are canceled. it just...GRRR, ya know?
 
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post Oct 28 2007, 12:13 AM
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haha O.o the wounderful world of flashlights....
 
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post Oct 28 2007, 03:33 PM
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QUOTE(libertie @ Oct 27 2007, 05:04 AM) *
Last week we had an exhibition performance (marching) at another school, but the weather was HORRIBLE so we had no idea if we were gonna actually go or not. The day before, we were all waiting on an e-mail letting us know, but it never came. The day of the performance, still no e-mail. So we go to class, all of us fully prepared to go to this contest and march outside.

He tells us, "So I got an e-mail yesterday morning, the person in charge of the contest said that no matter what, even if the weather did clear up, we would not be marching." I looked around, everyone looked pissed. We stressed out this whole day getting ready to go out of town and now we weren't even going to go, and he didn't tell us. Then he finished, "Instead it's going to be inside, so we will be playing. Just not marching." We were relieved that we were actually going, but still, it was so frustrating that he'd kept in all this information until the last minute to let us all know.

blink.gif WTF? In your shoes, I'd still remain pissed for a while.

Guess what? The decided not to go out for a drink but went to a CLUB, afterwards, they had a slumber party! kezhrkehiueyrhzieheiu!!! I don't like clubbing BUT still!! Aaahh man!

Anyway, we're organizing another outing and I'm thinking of canceling the last minute. Muahahaha.
 
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post Oct 28 2007, 03:45 PM
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QUOTE(karmakiller @ Oct 26 2007, 10:56 PM) *
Of if they say they'll call me back later, but never do.


i HATE that. why even say ur gonna call if u know ur not going to, or are most likely going to forget. grr
 

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