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Mark asked in Society & CultureEtiquette · 4 years ago

What should I tell this friend?

The other night (Sunday) around 12:30a.m. my friend called me, waking me up from a deep sleep. We talked about 40 minutes. He did most of the talking. We used to be close. I used to call him at times, his phone would go to voice mail before the first ring. So I stopped calling him for that reason.

Then today he called me around 8:30 am Tuesday. Again, waking me up . Him: What are you doing? Me: You woke me up,,,, Good bye... I hung up the phone..

He called later in the morning.. His dumb girlfriend, (Yes I really mean it) kept repeatedly coughing.Which I thought was rude... He has volume up on the TV that I could hardly hear him... Again he was rude.. Never has considerations for others. Towards the end of the conversation he told me he will call me later tonight. I told him okay... But i KNOW he will not call me....

Staying the night is out of the question. We live two hours away. He still lives at home with his mom, twenty year old son; four year old (annoying pain in the a$$ to be around) His stupid g/f... I do not know her and do not care for her...

He has not had a job since 2007. Claims he need to be on disability. Has back problem and hips... Has not had any back surgies of any kind. He is the type that does not like working very much or long...

8 Answers

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Oh for god's sake, just block all their calls and turn your damn phone off at night.

  • 4 years ago

    I think that you should coordinate a meeting at a locAl bakery and grab his crotch.

    Source(s): You obviously slept with him in the past and that's why you keep taking his calls. You are horny and desire for him to do his business again
  • 4 years ago

    You have no right to tell him anything. You don't approve of his choices, that's your problem, not his. Stop being his friend.

  • 4 years ago

    maybe you should tell him goodbye if hes going to be like that

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    To repeat what anonymous said: "What should you tell him about WHAT?"

    I'm confused about what you are asking. You go into this unfavorable description about him, but don't specify what it is you want to talk about or tell him. From what you wrote here (before any updates you may add later that I can't respond to at this time because they don't exist at the time I typed this) he hasn't asked for anything, hasn't asked you to do anything, hasn't asked to hang out or see you. If you know he won't call you back, then he's not going to invite you over so the issue of "staying the night out is out of the question" is non existent and there's nothing to worry about it regarding an invitation.

    FYI when the phone goes to voicemail before the first ring it can mean that the phone is shut off or there is no reception/signal. This could be for any number of reasons such as the battery died, towers went down, he's in an area where there is no reception, he shut off his phone because he's sleeping, etc. When the phone is shut off or there is no reception it doesn't show missed calls, it only gives voicemail notices of voicemails left. Some carriers offer a paid service to show missed calls while your phone is off, but understand that not everyone can or wants to pay for that service. There is also the possibility that a number is blocked BUT you don't know that because you never left a voicemail. Maybe he would have called you back, maybe not, but you'll never know because you never tried to leave a message.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    What should you tell him about WHAT?

    I think it's weird you call him a friend when you clearly don't like him and have ZERO respect for him. What's up with that?

    If you don't want to be disturbed when you're sleeping then turn off your phone.

  • 4 years ago

    You should try to tell him how his life choices are bad and try to help him lead into a different and good path, try to help him or find someone that could help him. Possibly even talk to some friends and see if there are any jobs he can go apply to. I bet his family would love to see him get a job and start living his own life and being independent.

    But make sure you don't make him do it, it is his life. If he doesn't want to it is his fault.

    Source(s): My Sexy Brain
  • 4 years ago

    He is a LOSER. he makes himself unavailable but he feels free to contact you at all times of the day and night. GEE, do you think you should drop him, fast ??

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