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    Wow that's odd. Stealing papers is just horrid.

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    I never quite understand why people are friends with people they clearly don't like. If you like her forget it just be her friend. If you don't like her, well don't be her friend. I really just don't get it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trusty Chords View Post
    I never quite understand why people are friends with people they clearly don't like. If you like her forget it just be her friend. If you don't like her, well don't be her friend. I really just don't get it?
    Have I said anywhere that I didn't like her That's a bit over the top to insinuate I do not like my friend.
    All I asked was: Is she right and am I a lousy friend for not agreeing with her actions?
    I never stated anywhere that I didn't like her. She's a lovely lady and we are good friends, but that doesn't mean we have to like every thing we do....
    I told her I didn't like the way she won the competition. Doesn't mean I don't like her as a friend.
    Same thing with my son's father. People wonder why I don't hate him.
    I don't hate him, I just really dislike what he has done to me and DS.

    Do you agree with every single thing your friends do? If so, you're very lucky to have friends who are identical to you.
    Yet I'm sure most people will end up disliking something a friend does. Could be as simple as the name a friend gives to their child. You might not like the choice, but that doesn't mean you don't like your friend anymore.

    So no, I don't dislike her and vice versa. We went shopping this week and she bought me a coffee and told me she was sorry for calling me a louzy friend after everything I had done for her. So all is well

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    So basically what your saying is that she stole the voting coupons, filled them all in voting for her son, and sent them in?..

    If this is the case, She DEFINATLY did NOT win!

    She totally rigged the competition! The win doesn't count and if you told the newspaper (I am not sudgesting you do btw but) they would remove him from the comp because she cheated!!!

    Personal I think 'a friend' tells you what you WANT to hear', a GOOD friends tells you what you NEED to hear (in a nice way ofcourse)

    I can't imagine why she's not questioning the win herself.

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