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sweetparis101 sweetparis101 18-21, F 16 Answers Sep 22, 2011

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"you **** in my corn flakes then you offer me a clean bowl?" yeah im walking away. The man is either genuinely repentant or a mad genius. Either way, I'm walking in the opposite direction.

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I'd probably just look at the person and move on. Or, if I had to deal with them, ask "So, let me get this clear....you aren't my enemy now?" I don't handle two faced very well. And that kind of inconsistency makes me suspicious. If someone truly changes, then they try to make amends or at least try to explain past actions. That "sweep it under the rug" approach doesn't work for me.

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Blank them, totally ignore them, not say no word. If I feel you are an enemy, I cut you out my life.

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I would be cordial---but cautious.

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"Every once in a while, declare peace; it confuses the hell out of your enemy."<br />
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The Ferengi Rules of Acquisition #76

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Cool :))

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I wouldn't trust them for a second.

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You know what they say: keep your friends close and your enemies closer

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ask them "what do you want"

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Bash in his head, that qualifies as zombie behavior

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I'd start wondering who or what scared him into behaving....

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