I didn't get to finish the sentence she said, "I'm going". Now I wasn't inviting her or anything at all. I was just telling her that literally seconds before they asked me to come out with them and I said I would. I know she didn't know about this event as they just asked me out of the blue, and she was too far away to hear our conversation. She basically invited herself. No problems. I had no intent to invite her, but I would anyways. I was telling her just to spark conversation.
But then the day of, she flaked. Now nothing was confirmed and I told her to check with them as they are coworkers and I would not be around do so. When is see her again. How do I handle this?
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She chickened out. She probably over thought it and that got the best of her. She was to impulsive in wanting to go. She most likely likes you and that made her want to go so badly. a lot of women do that. Don't jump to flake until she has done it a few times.
The only way to deal with a flake is to always assume they might come or will flake. They are never a sure thing so don't count on them going somewhere.
I have 4 very flakey freinds and I make plans that might include them because I don't know if they are coming or not and sometimes it is the events that they set up that they don't come to.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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