i make some pipe bombs, grab a machine gun, put on all black and a scream mask,drive to the house in the middle of the night, sneak in quietly, while they are sleeping, throw the pipe bombs in the kids bedroom, blow away everyone else in the house with my machine gun, dismember one of the corpses and use the blood to write 'death to pigs' on the walls, steal all their jewelry and money......oh,,,is that too much?
Just a bit, yeah...
DAMN! me and my temper. **sigh, i guess youre right, i shouldnt steal their money and jewelry.
Just accept their word as they had something more important to do, no big deal
Find a new friend
Go on with my bad self!
Tell them itsok and put a movie on and just chill. Later that night or next day call them to make sure everything is ok
I love this answer. You are the only one who showed concern for the friend.
Set her car on fire.
nothing really. just get my ak 47, get a bag of chips, get a hammer, hop in my van, show up at there house, blow up their car, tie them to a chair, leave the bag of chips near them, with a card that says "thanks for hanging out with me"
Go anyway and have a dam good time
Call another friend and have a great time with them instead. And text my first friend to let them know how much fun I'm having without them.
I usually just say thanks because at least they called and then depending on the time, I might call another friend or just stay in, cook something for me, kick back and watch something on ESPN. Why make a big deal out it unless they do it regulalry.
It really depends on the context. If they are okay with no emergency, then I'd do something else fun to ease the disappointment. If they are in some kind of trouble, I'd help out if possible; if not, check in later.
Go on EP and struggle with the chatfail!
Depends on pattern of behavior. If the "friend" is consistently doing so I'd break it off. With good reason I'd just reschedule mind.
I'd go resume what i was suppose to do before my friend made plans with me...Not a big of a deal...Everything happens for a reason. Who knows...if we did go out, our car might've crashed or something. So i'll let it slip n move on...
Honestly, I'd get irritated but let it go. If it got to be a habit I'd just stop inviting that friend to do things after a while.
Idk cancel too and forget about it and meet her and give her hugs because I'm not an *******.
Depends on the friend and if they cancel on me often.
At least they cancelled and didn't just leave you standing outside a coffee shoppe...in the snow...at Christmas...holding a huge stuffed polar bear. *shakes head to clear bad memories* No worries...forgive and forget...yep...that's it...
awe, sorry to hear about your bad memory, bruanham, i'm glad you can forgive and forget (hugs)
It is very fine. He/she has his/her problems, plans which I believe needs to solve first. That's life:) I try to figure out what to do else. There are always plenty of things to do:) There will be another time to go out with my friend :)
First of all, I'm very nervous. I try to see why, he did such action! I analysed it, then try to found something ...example watching TV, just to liberate all my frustrations. Still, I will decline his next invitation. sure...