ReikaFox answered Monday December 19 2011, 10:54 pm: You can tell someone that you really don't like them very much without being a dick. Telling her the truth about how she gets on her nerves, that is okay. I would just advise you to not go throwing it in her face. [ ReikaFox's advice column | Ask ReikaFox A Question ]
AdviceMistress answered Wednesday December 14 2011, 9:26 am: Now I'm sure you don't hate Alexis, maybe you don't like her but you certainly don't hate her. Hate is a VERY strong word. I guess just talk to her and tell her how you feel. You don't have to like her just be friendly to her. Keep the friendship at a "Hey how are you?" and that's it kind of thing you know? I wouldn't worry about it too much. [ AdviceMistress's advice column | Ask AdviceMistress A Question ]
Xui answered Wednesday December 14 2011, 1:27 am: We can dislike someone but that doesn't mean we need to show it. If you dislike this girl then you could try avoiding her as much as possible but if she talks to you then don't be rude. Showing respect to someone is the respectful thing to do as she is human and has feelings just like everyone else. If you don't care for her then show her in a nice way that you aren't interested in doing things with her or be honest with her. I personally respect people more who are honest about how they feel rather then beating around the bush.
You could let her know that you feel you two need to talk. Here is a drop line if you are clueless on what to say. "I have something I have been wanting to get off my chest but lately I've been feeling that we are drifting apart and I don't fee we have the same values so I think it's best we go our separate ways"
This isn't the nicest way to drop the bomb on someone as there really is no nice way to tell someone you dislike them. This way however is not as harsh as just telling someone to fuck off and have a nice day! If you feel you need to let her know you aren't interested in being her friend then try to keep her feelings into consideration and be as gentle as possible about it. [ Xui's advice column | Ask Xui A Question ]
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