Beanie BabyVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
O.k. I have this guy friend that a like,(but doesn't know it)and we are starting to get become best friends. I know he likes me and I know he like this other girl too. Our last day at our school for christmas break was a few days ago and every year we give our friends gifts cuz we probably won't see them on our break.Through that whole week, he told me what he was getting that girl for Christmas and he asked me what I wanted. I told him a beanie babie,( which costs $5.00's).So on the last day of school before winter break he gave that girl and all of his friends exactly what they wanted and gave me nothing.That girl gave him packets of pudding,(don't ask)and I gave him exactly what he asked for, which no one else did.I guess he felt bad and told me he would get me two beanie babies somewhere around christmas break. Well he hasn't shown up yet and we go back to school in two days. I'm sooooo mad at him, but I don't what I should do about it.Should I be at him for not getting me anything and breaking his promise?
FYI in some weird way he lied to me about my gift and the gift he got for that girl he liked so much cost $34.75.What should I do??????
Since you are best friends just ask him why he didn't get you a present. It may be hard to find the little critters nowadays. Don't make a big deal of it, Christmas is a hectic time of the year and these things happen.
-- from George
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