<B/G> Yes, this is a childhood friend, Francie (name changed), who I haven't spoken to in years and awfully recently begin causal chatting again.
Last few days I've been making origami for friends (corgis and a dragon to two separate people) posting pics on FB and out of the blue, I get a message from someone not on my friendlist - Francie's mother. I opened the message and it's Francie wanting me to make her something and draw her mother something. I didn't reply to that message but instead sent her a message on her account asking why she did that. I think I did well to quell my knee-jerk irritation that was reared due to this!
She said it was easier to do that while she was running out the door.
I countered that I thought that was tacky. I asked her to think about it. She wants me to do something for her but it's too inconvenient to log on her account to do it? Or wait until she could?
Her response was quite childish and manipulative. Since it wasn't a yes it was an automatic no to her and now she's got to go. I told her I am fully capable of using my own mouth, no need to put words in my mouth - and then it was 'gotta go bye' spiel. </BG>
Really, is that too much to ask? Thinking about the other conversations I've had with her recently, I am wondering if she's worth the bother - seems to be a lot of 'gimme of the needy' sort. *sigh*
Maybe it's my background, but jeez, you don't get on another's account to send something from you.