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Annoying friend

So, I have this girl who i have over half of my classes with and i eat lunch with her with my other friends. By the end of the day I am so sick of her but I don't want to be rude and tell her to shut up. Is anyone else going through this? What are you doing about it?

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Hmm, I would just try and leave. Maybe hang out with another group of friends one day or feign a headache and tell her to 'be quiet.' I dunno. That kinda sucks.

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Just be like, can I just have some time alone? Just talk to her. Try introducing her to other people, and maybe she'll go hang out with them. It's complicated.

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I usually just start ignoring them. Which isn't a good idea. SimplyFantabulis's idea sounds much better though...

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Yah, introduce her to some other friends. Get her involved with some clubs. Anything that will take up her time. This might backfire on you though because now she'll have even more experiences to share with you haha

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people are bombarded my annoying people everyday. trust me, you are not alone. well, i see that you have a couple options:
1. i know they're your friends, but you could always sit at another table if it is so hard you cannot even be near her.
2. the semester is nearly over (for my school, but i think its about the same everywhere else...) so you'll get a new schedule that might not involve her at all.
3. grin and bear it. be pleasant to her, but that doesn't mean you have to be her friend.
4. explain this to your closest friend at the table (one who can keep a secret) and see if you two can think of anything.
hope this helps =)

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i tell them they better wait for my request to open their mouth.

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oh i know what thats like, i usually just pretend like i dont know they're there. then they go away. if she doesnt, just tell her to back-off...but e-lisabiths right too.

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just talk to the girl when you two have some time and in a non-offensive way just say like hey, can you tone it down a bit? or just talk to her and be kind and tell her shes bothering you and to just calm down.

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i would gradualy just stop hangin with her
go to a dif table for lunch and ask ur teachers for a new seat in private...
maybe shell get the hint and if she doesnt u wont be there to see her not get it...

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yeah, my friend and i definitely left our lunch table b/c of a few annoying people. One girl (who is my friend, but she just doesn't know when to stop talking) actually followed us, and now she talks to me more than ever since the people at our new table don't like her and she knows it. luckily, the most annoying of them all doesn't have any classes with me, so she usually never tries to talk to me anymore.

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