How would you feel if someone told you they were coming to pick you up and....

United States
August 31, 2009 8:20am CST
How would you feel if someone told you they were coming to pick you up and gave you a time. .. then didnt show up ..? Not only that ..to make matters worse..they told you..they'll come tomorrow same time then also failed to show up??? Finally it's 5th time in row having had this same appointment set up..you go to meet them..they are coming to pick you up and it doesn't happen How would you feel?What would you do?
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• India
31 Aug 09
Had i to be in your place i would.... First of all, will not be patient to face the same thing 5th time, i will rather arrange meeting in self's house, so that there is nothing to loose. I beleive you would be mentioning about some one special ( else you would not have been frustrated). If this is case then, dont turn up for the next meeting, and show that you are least bothered about the meet. better still show as if you have some else who is more special in your life.
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• United States
2 Sep 09
hi : I wish I could appear to "not be bothered" but it's quite obvious that I wear my emotions on my sleeve.. am terribly sensitive.
• India
2 Sep 09
in that case, my advise, just do not take their calls, or rather allow them to get in touch wi th you, let them feel the pinch,If they really value your feeling, they will frantically follow up with you and ask for apology even when you refuse take thier calls, messages else they will end following up for say 4 - 5 times and will not turn up. Take care, chill down, never be so sensitive that it hurts your self. Divert your mind in more productive things you will go places.
@subha12 (18453)
• India
1 Sep 09
I will feel very angry first and then hurt. I will not allow that person to do the same for 5 times at least. I will not contact after 2 times at max.
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• United States
2 Sep 09
The situation is pretty much unavoidable since I have no vehicle.. I have to rely on friends to get me places.
@sandymay16 (1619)
• Philippines
1 Sep 09
I would be hurt and angry and would not talk to them for a long time. Maybe twice is enough but for more than 3 times and 5 at that, well, I've got to thinking if I have a true friend. I have experienced something like that but only twice because I just went on my way and the next time the friend said she would come by and pick me up, I shook my head and said no and I'd rather be on my own. So the next time she came by and pick me up, she came earlier much earlier to make amends on the previous picking me up appointments mishap.
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• United States
2 Sep 09
Sounds like you were able to take reign over that situation.. I will see what i can to to not allow such a thing to happn again.
@bonbon664 (3470)
• Canada
31 Aug 09
I'd be ticked off, and probably wouldn't schedule another thing with this person again. They obviously don't care how you feel. "Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me."
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• United States
2 Sep 09
I agree with how you say.. I am a believer in change .and that there is always hope as long as we have breath
• United States
31 Aug 09
I would be very hurt and angry. I'm sorry that happened to you, was it a "friend" who did this to you? If it was a friend, I'd consider ending the friendship, if it was a transport service, I'd file a complaint.
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• United States
31 Aug 09
It was suppose to be a friend.. . and a professional friend..who claimed they were helping me move somewhere and they never showed up ..not once by five nights in a row.
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