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  1. Mini_Oreo

    Mini_Oreo spice up your life ♥ ♥

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    Okay so there's this girl, let's call her Fran who thinks I am her best friend.
    She invites me to go everywhere with her, but I don't want to because I don't like her. She invited me somewhere everyday this week but I made up a reason why I can't go, and now I feel bad.
    She is a year younger than me [ but thats not the reason why I don't like her].
    Fran's Mom always calls my cell to ask me if Fran can come to the movies with my friends [who dont like her] and me. So I have to say "Yes".
    Fran comes uninvited to my house, too. And that really annoys me.

    Trust me I am nice to her but I am kinda giving her the hint " LEAVE ME ALONE "[in a nice way]

    Oh and Fran tells everyone I am her sister. what the heck.

    But I don't know what to do. So advice pleasee!
     
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  3. MuNkY

    MuNkY Momma don't cry. I just wanna stay high.

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    Tell her to buzz off.
     
  4. Mini_Oreo

    Mini_Oreo spice up your life ♥ ♥

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    I did once. She cried and told her mom. Her mom told my mom. I was grounded.

    EDIT:
    And I have to say I am actually nice to people. And I never make people cry. well besides her once.
    And I tried ignoring her. She told on me.. again. And on AIM if I don't answer her in 10 seconds she tells on me.. gosh what is this like 5th grade.
     
  5. Jasmine45

    Jasmine45 DIS Veteran

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    i had the exact problem in 4th grade. This girl Bridget was just like Fran. And her mom would always call too. I don't really have any advice but to maybe go your way and maybe she'll go hers.
     
  6. BabyPiglet

    BabyPiglet <font color=royalblue>Stop Child Abuse NOW<br><fon

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    Oh dear.

    Fran is probably a very lonely girl. Just be nice to her.
     
  7. ktbutterfly2011

    ktbutterfly2011 DIS Veteran

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    I have this problem with this girl named Tori. She's less of a tattle tale though. Just tell your mom about it. Your mom should understand and then you just have to brave up and tell Fran that you don't like her or Fran's mom that... "No, Fran cannot go to the movies with us. She obviously wasn't invited in the first place for a reason."

    But don't be mean to her. Be nice to her. Civil even.
     
  8. McBritIsBack

    McBritIsBack Mouseketeer

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    I have to agree. Maybe find someone Fran's age in the neighborhood or something so she has someone else and well will forget about you hopefully? I dunno :confused3
     
  9. luvs piglet <3

    luvs piglet <3 Earning My Ears

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    Sounds like a certain someone I know........... Anyways, be polite, but try to keep yourself busy (keep your cell phone on like silent so that if she or her mom calls you to make plans you can honestly say you didn't have your ringer on and didn't get the call)......... Tell her that your mom doesn't appreciate it when guests come over uninvited so that it doesn't sound like it's your fault that she shouldn't always be coming to your house. You have to talk to your mom about your problems, otherwise you're always going to get grounded if you try to ignore this girl. Good luck!

    ;]
     
  10. Mini_Oreo

    Mini_Oreo spice up your life ♥ ♥

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    Thanks. But Fran has friiends like she isnt some weird dork.
     
  11. ::Snow_White::

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    Umm, I haven't really have that happened, but I would say just be nice and patient.
    What has happened is me and 2 of my friends went to our local bowling alley, where there was a lot of people. To make a long story short, a girl followed us everywhere. She wouldn't leave. So my friend gave her a dollar to stop bugging us...she did.
    I don't recommend doing that though.
     
  12. AngienLuLu

    AngienLuLu <font color=darkorchid>I randomly quote pirates to

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    i had someone that was like that with me. i bumped into them one day in the hallway, said "my bad", and suddenly she thought we were best friends. i didn't like her. she always invited me over to her house and i was like, "um, can't. got plans." so everytime she would call, email me, and talk to me at school, i would just ignore her and not make eyecontact. she sent me a really nasty email, but i haven't heard from her since.
     
  13. Tora Millypoops

    Tora Millypoops Cleaning my Ears

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    Does she have anyone to hang out with? If she hasn't that might be why she is clinging on to you.
     
  14. DisneyDougforever

    DisneyDougforever Mouseketeer

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    Well, if you really want some advice, I have one idea. Talk to Fran, just sit down and tell her that you dont like haveing her around you 24/7. Tell her that you think she's a nice girl, but you're feeling a little smothered. and I know that sounds like what a person would say when they are breaking up with someone, but in a way, you are. and if that doesnt work, tell her you moved. (just kidding). But I do agree with what someone said before, if Fran doesnt stop, tell your mother. explain to your mother what is going on with Fran and explain why you dont like it. DONT YELL!! Stay calm the entire time and be resonable. good luck.:)
     
  15. cheerchick

    cheerchick Mouseketeer

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    I'd say that you should talk to her or her mother and if that doesn't work talk to your mom and maybe she can help a little.
     

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