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Old     (powdrhound)      Join Date: Nov 2002       01-29-2004, 12:51 PM Reply   
Heres the dilemma.. My good friend and flatmate who goes out boarding with me quite a bit has 1.started feeling that she should be able to come along whenever she wants 2.trys to get me to take her friends along and 3.last night astoundingly had the audacity to invite someone that I didn't even know. (luckily he didn't turn up)
It should be noted that she is not part of my "Hard Core" crew who consist of 4 people that get up at 5 am and board every saturday.
She wanted to come along on that with some friends too but I totally put the kybosh on that idea. by now your probably saying I should harden up and tell her to piss right off but shes a nurse and some of her friends are freakin hot nurses who wear bikinis on the boat that leave nothing to the imagination especially when it gets a little cold ...including one who I am on the verge of hooking up with. I dont mind taking her out on sunday with her friends or midweek if the conditions are ok but only if my Hard Core crew has had a mid week board already.
What do I do??

 
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