Post # 1
Don’t you hate when you get all dressed up, make up and all, and then you get stood up! Exactly what happened to me. My friend and I were going to a costume party. I’m dressed as a devil. No txt, no phone call, nothing! We agreed to meet at 11pm and nothing. Especially when you are there for your friends when they need you and this is the thanks I get. Ugh! Just venting….
Post # 3
@echolove: **hugs** that sucks what a messed up thing to do!
Post # 4
So messed up. I drove an hour and a half to see an old friend and then after I called she told me she would txt me directions. Yea I never got directions…. I feel for you.
Post # 5
hmmm, I don’t have friends who do this (probably because I’d have a fit if they’d do this… so they got weeded out early).
If this happened with one of my friends, I’d be seriously concerned about whether they are ok, especially if they are more than an hour late for meeting and can’t be reached.
Post # 6
@echolove: How rude! Are you still going to go to the party?
Post # 7
@AlwaysSunny: No, I didn’t go. It was at a club, didn’t want to go alone. I am a little worried because still no word from her.
Post # 8
Being stood up does really suck and it’s happened to me too. If your friend stood you up because of her lack of consideration, thats messed up. Since you haven’t heard from her maybe something happened. Accident? Sickness?
Hopefully she’s ok.
Post # 9
Uggh I’m sorry 🙁 I’d expect my friend to at least call or text to cancel unless it was a HUGE emergency (like, in the hospital or something, and then I’d understand!).
Post # 10
Yeah ive had that happen, it sucks!! i dont mind if its a good reason – for example, i made plans with a friend to go out for new years eve and i got a call a few hours before saying there was a family emergency – totally understandable. I wouldn’t like not being told or told 5 mins before
my friends know that it takes me an hour to get to the centre of town, so i really need minimum an hours notice to cancel delay. Ive had a text 5 mins before i was meeting someone telling me that they were running an hour late – er great, thanks hahaha
Post # 11
She’s fine… she said she was ready to go, going to take a 15 min nap and knocked out. She knew we were meeting up. Now I can continue being mad since she’s ok. lol
Post # 12
I feel you. A few years ago, that happened a lot to me and it really hurt my feelings. I would keep making plans with friends (nothing specific like a party but tentive let’s hang out on Saturday night kind of plans) and the day of, I would call, text and get no response. It made me cry sometimes. For some reason, it seems like people believe that in adult friendships, it’s OK to be inconsiderate because people are “busy” and have “important” things going on. I still think it’s sucky behavior but unfortunately it seems to be the norm.
Post # 13
@echolove: grrrrr. yes, carry on being mad. that sucks!