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Publicizing a quiet(ish) un-friending. I should stay out of it, right?

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lilfox:
John is already getting the only responses he wants: validation that he was right and Susan was a jerk for unfriending him.  If he seriously wanted to "understand" what happened, he would have taken it offline and asked someone (maybe even Susan) in real life, instead of publicizing her reaction and his thoughts of emailing her to his personal audience.

You are wise to ignore the drama.

girlysprite:

--- Quote from: lilfox on January 28, 2013, 01:44:07 PM ---John is already getting the only responses he wants: validation that he was right and Susan was a jerk for unfriending him.  If he seriously wanted to "understand" what happened, he would have taken it offline and asked someone (maybe even Susan) in real life, instead of publicizing her reaction and his thoughts of emailing her to his personal audience.

You are wise to ignore the drama.

--- End quote ---

What she said.

Bottlecaps:

--- Quote from: lilfox on January 28, 2013, 01:44:07 PM ---John is already getting the only responses he wants: validation that he was right and Susan was a jerk for unfriending him.  If he seriously wanted to "understand" what happened, he would have taken it offline and asked someone (maybe even Susan) in real life, instead of publicizing her reaction and his thoughts of emailing her to his personal audience.

You are wise to ignore the drama.

--- End quote ---

This exactly. Do not feed the drama-llamas. :)

JenJay:

--- Quote from: lilfox on January 28, 2013, 01:44:07 PM ---John is already getting the only responses he wants: validation that he was right and Susan was a jerk for unfriending him.  If he seriously wanted to "understand" what happened, he would have taken it offline and asked someone (maybe even Susan) in real life, instead of publicizing her reaction and his thoughts of emailing her to his personal audience.

You are wise to ignore the drama.

--- End quote ---

Exactly. The only thing you'd accomplish by drawing the unfriending to Susan's attention is to validate for her why she unfriended him to begin with, which she probably doesn't need.  ;)

oceanus:

--- Quote ---So tell me, ehell, is my first inclination correct? Ignore the drama and stay out of it?

--- End quote ---

Yes, completely. 

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