Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by Mrs Miggins, Jun 18, 2019.
How old is he...a teenager?
In his 40s
I am beginning to wonder whether all Kiwi men are so wrapped up in themselves that they have no respect for any other human being. Least of all the woman who happens to be hanging around.
This, of course, is based on a sample size of 2 so may or may not be conclusive
I'm thinking of blocking him on Facebook so he can't contact me ever again but that feels a little childish.
My guest acted like a teen but is in his 40s, as well. He de-friended me on FB(and the mates he made on his trip here) within 24 hours of leaving us
What I hate most about it is he held you hostage in your own life for the weekend. Ungrateful pig.
Send him a message first telling him how pissed off you are and why. Once you know he has read it block him so he can't whine a justification at you.
For fuck's sake don't go for coffee. It's still 99% shit in the UK and the Kiwi will remind you of it. No pre-heating cups blah blah
What a total prick. I'd have withheld the chicken too.
Plus. defriending you and others on FB within 24 hours, fuck me. Not even a shred of diplomacy about it. I'd definitely send a message and block. How do you even know this person?
Yep - I was supposed to be finishing decorating my bedroom this weekend. I'd been reluctant to host him to start with because of that but I explained by flat was upside down and if he didn't mind that, he could still come and stay. Wish I'd just said no now
This one wouldn't know a decent cup of coffee if it stood up and bit him
He'd never eaten a baguette before Sunday morning and told me that "we don't have those in New Zealand" which is absolute bollocks.
How the fuck do I find these people?
Couple of Tinder dates just before I left NZ. I stayed at his place for the last couple of days in NZ so that I didn't have to stay in the other house. He helped me sell my car before I left so I felt like I owed him a bit.
I am debating whether to send him a message saying "this is what the weekend felt like to me..."
Maybe I didn't make him feel welcome enough? Maybe he felt awkward? Maybe there is other stuff going on in his life and he was out of sorts? Or maybe he's just a prick! I dunno.
I'm surprised you had two dates and stayed at his place for a couple of days but no clue as to what a rubbish guest he'd be over here. Did his personality change wildly from when you knew him in NZ?
Difficult to tell. He was decent and attentive when I was with him in NZ. He wasn't always on the phone or texting someone else for instance and we did have some reasonable conversations. I was totally not prepared for being messed about this much or for him being so disinterested!
He was out at work most of the time I was staying at his place anyway....I can't say I got to know him particularly well.
Text him this thread, and see if he joins urban for his right to reply.
How utterly shit of a guest to be so iconsiderate and rude, especially given your effort and patience.
I'd just fuck him off altogether.
Well London is clearly lost on'em. Cambridge Market FFS
Perhaps in the future Mrs Miggins, you will heed sage advice...
we need to know what he chose.
July 22 which I felt was a rather unusual choice but a good film at least.
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