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So, if my ex-boyfriend/current roommate's former (and probably present or future) lover is stopping by this evening, is it socially correct for me to be home or to be not home?

Makes me think of a line from Spaceballs, on the re-read...


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Aug. 22nd, 2003 02:19 pm (UTC)
Now, part of the question is, "Do you want to be home?"
Aug. 22nd, 2003 02:22 pm (UTC)
Yeah, well, that's the other half of the problem.

I do kind of want to meet her, so I will probably stick around at least for a little while. But I think if she's there for long I will probably go and meet someone at the bookstore or somewhere. Even if that someone's just myself.

Anybody want to go to a bookstore tonight?
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Aug. 22nd, 2003 03:20 pm (UTC)
Not freaked so much as worried it would be rather awkward.

But, as it turns out, it was "use the bathroom and then go out to dinner on the way to MA", and if I'd been 20 minutes later getting home I'd have missed her altogether.

She seems to be a nice girl. And he definitely has a type.

Given that the whole thing's over already, I think I will indulge myself in just staying home tonight... but I thank both of you for the offer of company.
Aug. 22nd, 2003 02:30 pm (UTC)
I'm free.. I don't know about anyone else.. but we could probably drag other people around..
Aug. 22nd, 2003 02:41 pm (UTC)
If you want to be home, be home. It's your place. If they don't want to be around you, THEN can leave. If you don't want to be there, then feel free to go. Personally, I'd say don't do anything differently than you would have. If your original plans were to stay home tonight, stay home. If they were to go out, go out. If they're something in between, do that.
Aug. 22nd, 2003 07:14 pm (UTC)
It's your place. If it's awkward, I'd say they can go elsewhere. But since it's already over, I suppose that's a moot point.
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