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    Quote Originally Posted by haylithan View Post
    I guess the part that rubbed me the wrong way was when i tried to tell her to at least ring and she didn't answer, something about that just really upset me Maybe just extra sensitive cause of the lack of sleep tho lol
    That's what I think is so rude. She doesn't know about your situation and was eavesdropping on a conversation that didn't concern her and then making snide comments to
    boot. Some people just have a sense of entitlement and are best ignored. No matter how frustrated she is with her own situation she has no place in commenting on yours.

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