Cux answered Tuesday August 12 2008, 4:02 pm: Oh my specialty. Haha not really, but I find myself doing this a lot =/.
What I did was say how I felt about them and just straight out told them I thought they were annoying and why. And then I said "I'm sorry, but if I want to talk to you, I will, but please do not talk to me anymore," and it's worked every time.
Like Laura below said, making up lies will get you nowhere. Be truthful and things should turn out right.
LOL_x0x answered Tuesday August 12 2008, 3:18 pm: You tell them, honestly, that you don't want to hang out with them anymore. Why lie or make up some elaborate story when you can just tell the truth and get it over with? =/
cass9 answered Tuesday August 12 2008, 12:06 am: stop hanging out with the annoying friends and hang out with the non annoying like the ones that aren't gay andno offence or anything sry. [ cass9's advice column | Ask cass9 A Question ]
vivalajam0x answered Monday August 11 2008, 8:27 pm: I agree with the person below me, though I will also try to help you as best I can.
-Hang out with the annoying friends a bit less and spend time with your other friends..preferably friends that the annoying friends don't like!
-Speak about stuff that they don't really care about or don't like, if you're lucky they might get rid of you instead. You will look like the idiot, but you will be rid of your annoying friends.
-Leave quickly when they appear. If they try to hang out with you just go away and say 'oh sorry I have to go' but don't say 'see you tomorrow' or 'catch you later' otherwise they will think you want to hang out.
-Try to get another friend to join you and bring up a topic that the friend you want to talk to knows about, but that the annoying friend doesn't know anything about so they feel left out of the conversation.
-When talking to them, just keep it simple...yes/no answers, etc.
heybbylovee answered Monday August 11 2008, 6:45 pm: it would help if you could go into more detail about your situation and who exactly you want to get rid of, as well as why, your age, and gender.
i'll do my best.
you don't want to be mean to them. it's very hurtful. they probably just want to get along with you and wan to make friends. if you see them a lot on a daily basis, you should never get into a fight with them. in fact, avoid getting into a fight EVER. you want the process to be painless and not stressful.
the best method i've come across is stop telling them stuff. if something new happens in your life, avoid telling them because then they'll just be like, "so how is that whole situation?" and you always have to update them. say "nothing is new." don't be obvious about ignoring them. you don't want to ignore them or they'll think you're a b*tch.
try hanging out with them less and less too. DEFINITELY keep in touch though. once in a while, say hey how are you? haven't talked in a while but don't seem two-faced. keep talking to them, just in shorter bursts. stay friendly, smile, say hi.
eventually, they will lay off. the whole process should not take less than 4 weeks or it will seem very obvious.
and don't talk to them outside of school. like if you go on instant messengers, have an away message up most of the time (don't block them.) and on facebook / myspace, don't respond right away. wait a few days. [ heybbylovee's advice column | Ask heybbylovee A Question ]
oceancityx answered Monday August 11 2008, 6:42 pm: if you're friends being annoying, and it doesn't stop, dont call them to hang out. make yourself less available. dont stop hanging out/talking to them completely cause you'll regret it in the future [its happened to me before thats how i know hahah]
every once in a while hang out with them but if you want to get rid of them, dont hang out with them everytime they ask. just say you already made plans. dont say maybe next time cause they'll just ask you more hahah [ oceancityx's advice column | Ask oceancityx A Question ]
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