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    Thanks guys well I thought it was the right thing to do.....*sigh*

    True maybe she thought we were lying.

    MissieMack I totally agree but she won't answer my texts or phone calls. She didn't even say thank you for the present I sent which was a very nice present if I must say so myself lol

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    She sounds like a nasty, ungrateful cow. You gave her child a gift and she's being rude to you!? Not cool.

    Even if she did suspect you were faking (for whatever crazy reason she believes that to be) she can't act that way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2twinboys View Post
    IMO you did the right thing. See, I would actually call her or meet in person to discuss her vent. If she an her DH are your DH then you will probably have to socialise at some point.

    I would start by complimenting her on her party (eg DH sai it was a great party, had a great time blah blah. Then I would mention how much you missed going and that you hope she understands why you didn't go. Then let her say her piece if she wants. Maybe she had a few people call in sick and she is feeling a bit put out.
    Yes but she won't talk to me. I can't stalk someone who hates me

    True maybe there were a few who were sick. Oh well in time if she calls she calls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaJez View Post
    loco no way! I'd WAY prefer you not to come in any vicinity to the party!!

    This isn't a fair way for you to be treated for doing the right thing.

    Maybe like a PP mentioned she thinks you made it up?
    Exactly mummaJ.

    Anyway not feeling as bad now. She must think I made it up you are right. Who acts like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Thanks guys well I thought it was the right thing to do.....*sigh*

    True maybe she thought we were lying.

    MissieMack I totally agree but she won't answer my texts or phone calls. She didn't even say thank you for the present I sent which was a very nice present if I must say so myself lol

    wow, how rude and ungrateful. If it were me, i would probably send her a msg that says ''yep, thanks for the birthday present... no worries, it's called having manners''. Loco - she's obviosly no loss as a friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lolakitty View Post
    She sounds like a nasty, ungrateful cow. You gave her child a gift and she's being rude to you!? Not cool.

    Even if she did suspect you were faking (for whatever crazy reason she believes that to be) she can't act that way.


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    Yes thanks you my thoughts?
    She is generally nasty to most people but I've always tried to ignore it being dh friend but now it's on me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    wow, how rude and ungrateful. If it were me, i would probably send her a msg that says ''yep, thanks for the birthday present... no worries, it's called having manners''. Loco - she's obviosly no loss as a friend.
    Thanks Minch. See if it was one of my close friends I would and could send a text like that and they'd probably laugh it off and apologise but this woman would probably go nuts and have my head hunted haha
    Oh well maybe a blessing in disguise.

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    I always cancel with friends if my kids/I am sick.. and they do the same. Its common courtesy.. stay away so you dont pass it on? I get annoyed when people turn up with sick kids if they were already aware of the virus.. Your friend is being a bishy nutbag.

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    lol true. honestly, if she ever invites or makes contact again, just decline and have nothing to do with her. if your dh want to socialise with her dh, then they can.. I believe you don't need to have such rude people in your life who don't value the friendship.

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    I would question too why her DH said anything to your DH. Sounds very immature by both of them (ie her and her DH).

    Honestly I have no time for people who play "no talkies" and sulk over ridiculous things like this. There are people out there with real problems and issues I wouldn't waste another moment thinking about this. If your DH and hers want to stay friends great but I'd let your DH know that if her DH raises it again to say something like "that's got nothing to do with us" or change the subject.

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