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Updated on Tuesday, May 19

#20966

OMG: To the guy sitting in DC Cubicle area by the window, next time I see you again making noise for an hour eating and giggling, Imma make you real sorry. Ppl ain't just sitting here on Friday evening for nothing. Go to the goddamn cafeteria if your gonna enjoy ur meal and making noise for an hour

6 comments

  1. No you won't. You did nothing after an hour of it already. Either grow some balls and say something or stop complaining.

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    1. says the guy who posts as anonymous.

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    2. Well he never said he had balls himself either, so fk u

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  2. Great job moving the goalposts, but I'll indulge you anyway. I'm not in a position to stand up for myself and others by confronting someone who's being rude. Why would I go to the trouble of creating an account just so I could identify myself on an anonymous webpage? OP could have made a difference, but instead pretended to be a tough guy/girl by making threats on a webpage. Also, who says I'm a guy?

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  3. OP I have to agree with 1.

    And why are you taking it so personally? I am confident that the fellow making noise was not doing it intentionally to spite you. Most likely he was not thinking, not aware of where he was and how his actions were affecting everyone else. So next time rather than poisoning your life for over an hour, maybe try going up and saying something along the lines of 'Hey man, look I don't want to be a buzzkill but you're in a library and we're all working here. Any chance you could keep it down or use another facility? We would all appreciate it, thank you.' Done, that easy. No need to stress yourself or plot against another fellow student.

    Don't take things personally.

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    1. ^This. As 3 pointed out so clearly, it is possible to tell somebody they're bothering you without being a jerk about it and starting some sort of fight. Assuming good intentions usually works well.

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