n. infantile pattern of suckle-swallow movement in which the tongue is placed between incisor teeth or between alveolar ridges during initial stage of swallowing (if persistent can lead to various dental abnormalities) v. [content removed due to Bush campaign to clean up the internet] n. act of nyah-nyah v. pursuing with relentless abandon the need to masticate and thrust the world into every bodily incarnation in order to transform it, via the act of salivation, into nutritive agency

Monday, April 03, 2006

a question, non rhetorical

Hey folks, a q for you:

Do you think that one should keep a "date" s/he made--tentative plans made the same way as always (tentatively, like "let's do this" and "sounds good")--with someone s/he's just split with after making the tentative plans?

If not, how do you deal with the situation? Or alternately, how should one deal with it?

If yes, why?

I have my own opinions; I'll keep them to myself for the time being.
It all depends on how big the plans were. If they were tentative in the first place then they probably weren't so important or grandios. Add a break-up to that senario and all obligations are off unless otherwise agreed upon. That's just my opinion however.
Yep. I feel like it's kind of an automatic cancel. Especially if the plans were blase. But if you felt wrong just leaving someone hanging you could always call and say something extremely awkward and heart wrenching like:

"Right, so I know things between us are done but I, I just wanted to let you know I'd be unable to see Return of The Killer Bathroom Tiles III with you tomorrow."

Which role are you in? Are you in a role?

i was in the blown-off with no message role. i wanted someone to convince me the error of my ways, so i could stop sulking.

you did it, two win out. sigh.
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