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OUR ADVICE FOR OUT OF LOVE BUT SCARED TO LEAVE,:
  A:  Stick it out in your current relationship        58%
  B:  Go be with him!        42%
Total Votes: 442


Dear Anyone,

I don't know what to do. Two weeks ago I asked a friend whom I've had a crush on out to dinner. I was so happy when she said yes. The day came around and I called to see if she was ready. She told me that she and her classmates had decided to go out drinking and that she was not brushing me off, and that we could go out the next day. I was so upset. I called her back and told her how I felt about it. I thought that it was rude for her not to inform me sooner, and that it was a big deal for me to get off work early for dinner. Later on that night, she called to see if I was still angry. I said no, and that I would like see her the next day. The next day came, I called her again. She said that there was too much drama yesterday, and that she was tired and didn't feel like being around anyone. My question is, do I have the right to be angry? She cancelled on me twice. I feel like I did something wrong.

Angry, Hurt, Confused...

WHAT'S YOUR ADVICE?

Vote for Option A   
A:  Yes, you have a right to be angry. She hasn't been very considerate of your feelings, but if you really like her, ask her out one more time.
Vote for Option B   
B:  She has no interest in dating you, but doesn't have the courage to tell you. You should be angry, 'cause she's jerking you around. Forget her.
Vote for Option C   
C:  You're partly to blame. Even though she was rude for bailing on the first date, telling her she's rude doesn't exactly spark romance.
Vote for Option D   
D:  All is fair in love and war. You have no right to be angry just because people don't play nice.

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