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post #16 of 36
Slit his fucking throat.
post #17 of 36
ask him if he plans to bring your relationship to the next level... that usually leads to a break up.
post #18 of 36
Ya, I had a dude like this trail me around a year or so ago. Introduced by a mutual friend in Singapore before he moved to Vietnam, came up here, and basically just decided he hated everything except for his gf (now wife). Hated job. Hated social life. Hated martial arts trainer. The problem with this attitude is that 1. no one else cares and you only hurt yourself and 2. everyone comes to hate you. So he decided he had but one friend - Me. I didn't like him any more than everyone else did, and no one likes being around someone who is just always complaining...but yup...he would call me every other fucking day wanting to go out, wouldn't take the hint of like a zillion unreturned calls, and would randomly just wander by himself into my regular haunts n pull himself up a barstool. Thankfully he was ultimately fired from the job he hated, unable to be hired by anyone else he hated, and moved back to France with his wife. Problem solved. Apparently they are coming back in June actually to do the Vietnamese-wedding-thing and he wants me to be in the wedding in some capacity. Jesus dude, take the hint.
post #19 of 36
^ Bah, the French...

K
post #20 of 36
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Originally Posted by jwagner15 View Post
It has been said before that you can't break up with your friends (Louis C.K. said this, the legend), but I want to break it off with one of mine. This friend of mine hasn't been invited over in months, but he just shows up at my house randomly, even though no one else in my family likes him and I have told him not to show up without a call. I go to school with him too, so I can't really just ignore him, though I have tried. I'm a guy, so when faced with a problem or conflict I usually just make jokes (like all guys), what should I do?

Why is his happiness more important than your own? Aren't you miserable bothering with him still? Maybe if you start thinking about what's best for you you will be able to tell him you don't want to hang out anymore.
post #21 of 36
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Originally Posted by MetroStyles View Post
+1. I especially liked the use of "brocean."

I concur
post #22 of 36
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Originally Posted by ctrlaltelite View Post
start by saying it's not him, it's you. maybe point out that there's other bros out there for the broing. maybe something like "listen bro, there's plenty other of bros in the brocean," and sometimes you just know when something's not working out. it's like that old bro saying "if you love something, let it bro." if he is a righteous bro, he will understand that when the broing gets tough, the tough get broing.

Awesome.
post #23 of 36
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Originally Posted by ctrlaltelite View Post
start by saying it's not him, it's you. maybe point out that there's other bros out there for the broing. maybe something like "listen bro, there's plenty other of bros in the brocean," and sometimes you just know when something's not working out. it's like that old bro saying "if you love something, let it bro." if he is a righteous bro, he will understand that when the broing gets tough, the tough get broing.

post #24 of 36
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Originally Posted by ctrlaltelite View Post
start by saying it's not him, it's you. maybe point out that there's other bros out there for the broing. maybe something like "listen bro, there's plenty other of bros in the brocean," and sometimes you just know when something's not working out. it's like that old bro saying "if you love something, let it bro." if he is a righteous bro, he will understand that when the broing gets tough, the tough get broing.

Damn this is good.
post #25 of 36
Two words: bro rape. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zvTR...eature=related The shame afterwards should drive him away.
post #26 of 36
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post
Two words: bro rape.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zvTR...eature=related

The shame afterwards should drive him away.

Don't forget the six pack of Natty Ice and Gamecube...maybe the more up to date version would include the Wii instead.

Classic video.
post #27 of 36
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Originally Posted by ctrlaltelite View Post
start by saying it's not him, it's you. maybe point out that there's other bros out there for the broing. maybe something like "listen bro, there's plenty other of bros in the brocean," and sometimes you just know when something's not working out. it's like that old bro saying "if you love something, let it bro." if he is a righteous bro, he will understand that when the broing gets tough, the tough get broing.

This one deserve a "Let's Hug it Out"

post #28 of 36
Sounds like the OP has a broner for his friend.
post #29 of 36
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Originally Posted by hossoso View Post
+1. You have two choices: bro hard or bro home.
Can I buy you a beer, bro?
post #30 of 36
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Originally Posted by MetroStyles View Post
Awkward situation. If you just kind of become cold/distant, do you think that might get the message across after a few weeks?

This

I did it with someone in high school. It worked. Lead all conversations to dead ends.
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