Angel Irulan Posted September 28, 2011 Share Posted September 28, 2011 I've been friends with this lady for years, and she took me to a website with a message board and chat room. I said something political in response to another persons comment and yet another person chided my friend for what I had said, after I'd left the room. She then asked her to email me and tell me not to say it again. That's bad form, IMHO and if she had something to say to me she should have said it herself to me, and not bug my friend about it. I got the email and I asked my friend not to get involved in situations like this, it feels like the grade school bully mentality! But my so-called friend didn't tell me that it was just one person who complained, it was a few people she said. Today, I went back to the chat room and the monitor had not erased any of the conversation after I'd left. It was one lady who lives in Japan who had said these things about me, no one else. My friend explained me to her in ways that I found impolite. I'm a crusader? Opinionated? Okay, if that's what she thinks, why would she want to be my friend? And then there is the huge lie that I simply cannot get my heart around: she told me it was more than one person who had a *problem* with me. I called her on the phone and confronted her with what I'd found. She confessed that it was one person and said she'd lied because she didn't want to single anyone out. I responded was it better that she's saying that a whole group of people just dislike me over something so trivial? (You should have read complaining ladies diatribe!) I told my friend that I didn't care for the way she handled it. She should have said something along the lines of: "that's between you and her." Then stepped out of it. The room was public. Did I go too far in telling my friend I found her lie about the number of complaints heinous? Angel Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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