Friends? Reliable?

February 23, 2007 7:47am CST
Im totally pi*sed off with my boyfriends so-called "best friend." I'm fed up with him saying he is coming down to see William, so he is making sure he is free, and then he doesn't turn up or even get in touch to say 'sorry mate cant come after all.' I mean isnt that just being polite letting him know, so he can maybe do other things? Also, William has recently found out that his "best friend" calls someone he isn't supposed to like on a regular basis...surely he should be calling his "best friend" instead? To keep him upto date with what is going on with his life and family? I'm fed up of him breaking plans with William and therefore it is pis*ing William off big time too...which then winds me up because he's winding me up. Vicky x
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@maryannemax (12170)
• Sweden
23 Feb 07
ooops... i remember. last week, my boyfriend was p***ed off, too with his bestfriend. his bestfriend texted him to meet him in the local coffee shop. after work, my boyfriend went there expecting him to show up ofcourse. but then, his bestfriend never came nor texted him that he wasn't coming. the bestfriend never even bothered to explain why he wasn't able to make it. yep. we are in a long distance relationship. but when my boyfriend told me about this, i feel mad against his bestfriend. atleast he should have told my boyfriend hours before that he could not make it there so my boyfriend won't be waiting there for him anymore. it's so inconsiderate of others to do that. they do know that people have their own lives to take care of and are busy, too. so, instead of making people wait and yet not showing up as scheduled, better let the person concerned that you can't make it there.
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23 Feb 07
exactly, im with you on this point...sometimes it seems Williams "best friend" only gets in touch with him when he wants something, or is perstering us to go down to see them...but as William has said there is no way that we are going down to stay with them, until they are more reliable...as William says, what if we get down there and cant get hold of his friend to meet us? Then were just stook in the middle of London. It wouldnt be as bad if his friend and his partner responded to our text messages, calls and emails
@maryannemax (12170)
• Sweden
23 Feb 07
that's a bad sign. and still william considers this person as his bestfriend? i hate it when friends just remember us when they feel the need of our presence or when they need something from us. really a very bad attitude.
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23 Feb 07
yea i think he does...but i know it is really winding him up though...but it just frustrates me though... ...my ex best mate used to be the same, she only wanted me when she wanted me. she said when me and william started going out she 'wanted to meet him to check he was good enough for me'...she still hasnt met him, and we have been together for nearly 2 years/
26 Feb 07
Richard isn't a friend. One of the many reasons why I don't like him. He'll keep saying excuses but at the end of the day it's down to him and it only proves that he's unreliable. Shows wills loyalty, although it's sometimes in the wrong people. Oh well. He'll learn and get over it =) ~Joey
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26 Feb 07
lol, i know...but still it bugs the hell out of me that Will has been trying to get in touch and he gets nothing in return...what has been funnier lately is that Becky (Richard's partner - for those who doesn't know) has been on faceparty (where she has been emailed, to no ends) aswell as coming on msn while me and Will have been on. She seems to see were on, then bam she runs off lol