More on the smerk girl
("D") I was undecided on.
D told my friend at work that D was going to call the guy she set D up with to go to some car show last weekend.
This is after D already told my friend (and the "Guy", the friend my friend she tried to set D up with, after her nagging) that she didn't click with Guy.
D had to know that my friend was irritated with D for blowing off Guy after they all went to dinner and not being more polite and considerate toward him.
So D says she is going to invite Guy to the car show. My friend didn't say anything at first, but the more she thought about it, the more she became irritated.
So she e-mailed D, telling her not to call Guy. She already blew Guy off and it was rude to use him since she didn't have anyone else to hang out with. They had all went out to dinner 2 months ago, and D had already told guy she wasn't interested and hadn't called him since.
My friend is a little protective over Guy, they've known eachother for years and he's suppose to be a really good guy.
Instead of just going with it, and apologizing to my friend for hurting Guy's feelings, or possibly hurting Guy's feelings (whatever apology us appropriate in that situation) D explains she tries to be around people she "clicks" with.
(I know, she already told Guy she wasn't attracted too him, they didn't "click")NOW
D old my friend that her Guy "clicked" and D would like to spend time with him. D said that obviously she didn't click with my friend, me and this other lady we work with, in our "clique." (Yes, our clique)
I knew my friend for 2 or 3 years before I started smerking here, and the third member of our "clique" had worked with my friend for a few years. D's been here about 6 months. The other lady is older with kids, we chat sometimes at work, but don't all hang out. Even my friend is married so she has her own things going on and we don't talk all the time.
D has often complained about being we smerk with not being more friendly and she thought it would be easier to make friends.
To make a long story short, D has been avoiding me, my friend and our other friend -- our entire "clique" (hah!) since my friend told her to leave Guy alone.
It's too bad she feels excluded and that we're exclusive (we're so NOT), but I'm free from my feelings of bitch-guilt.
This girl is definitely on the far side of nuts and I would rather not hurt her feelings, but I DO NOT want to deal with this type of crap. I know it's minor and petty, but I don't even know her very well, and she's already high-maintence.
Damn girls.(that was week, i'll try to come up with something less lame and more sexy later ;)