Re: Friend irritated at me about situation
Hi I certainly don't think you should apologise for not wanting to dance. Thats like saying she should apologise for choosing to dance.
She is being childish here, assuming this is the reason she is being funny with you?
Why don't you ask her, maybe she is simply annoyed at herself, embarrassed, whatever, but she has no reason to take that out on you.
I have had freinds like that in the past, who can be louder than me, and crack jokes and draw attention needlessly, and sometimes I have wanted to cringe in embarrassment.
Maybe she thinks you are a party poupper because you didn't dance with him and her, but she has to understand that two women dancing with an old man, is not your idea of having a good time.
Perhaps you could ask her if everthing is ok with you both, but don't mention the dance incident, let her mention it, if that is what is the problem.
As freinds you should be able to discuss any misunderstandings.
Last edited by brook65; 10-29-2006 at 04:40 AM.