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Blessing in Disguise

I've been moaning and whining about not being allowed to go to Hobbitcon though I totally have enough money to go, but apparently it's a blessing in disguise because the person who tried to guilt trip me for not getting her any birthday present will also be there. I just got the news this morning from two other friends who had to deal with her. They're invited to dinner with someone on tumblr and agreed. It's only after that that they realized the drama queen will also go to the dinner. One of my friends tried to talk to the drama queen but she was being rude (the friend also asked about Hobbitcon a few days ago and only got symbols/emoticons as a reply, so she didn't ask more). Now my friends are worried that the dinner will end up as a bitch fest and they'e trying to get out of it.

So, I guess not being able to go to Hobbitcon isn't such a bad thing, after all. I don't have to deal with crazy!

PS: I wish I don't have to call her crazy but she's hard to talk to (as in, there's some kind of disconnect between people and her, and not just because of language barrier), rude, and is sometimes really weird, like insisting that she's now her twin brother and should be called Ian (don't ask). I'm not sure whether she's trying too hard to be cute and quirky or is genuinely unhinged.


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Mar. 28th, 2015 07:57 pm (UTC)
Insisting that she is her twin brother is a pretty strong indicator that something is very wrong. I'm glad you did not have to spend a week with her, and we can enjoy Hobbitcon from a distance.
Mar. 29th, 2015 02:27 am (UTC)
I tried to make excuses for her (language barrier, different culture, general childishness, etc.) but frankly, yeah, she most likely has some issues there. Also, it's kind of cruel but I take some comfort in knowing that the hot dwarfs won't be there. I'll be more devastated if I miss Richard and/or Aidan.
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