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People Falling Out

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For some reason at the moment I'm surrounded by people who continually 'fall out' with others.

It seems to be the same old faces. At work, for istance, one particular individual sits in their car rather than face colleagues at break time.

I get really tired of it.

Are you the type to fall out with people or do you seem to get along with the majority of people? It wears me down.

Is it in the genes? I don't understand it.

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For some reason at the moment I'm surrounded by people who continually 'fall out' with others.

It seems to be the same old faces. At work, for istance, one particular individual sits in their car rather than face colleagues at break time.

I get really tired of it.

Are you the type to fall out with people or do you seem to get along with the majority of people? It wears me down.

Is it in the genes? I don't understand it.

I'm ignoring you.

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Same here at work. Its just added pressure at work and at home (theirs).

Just don't get involved, or take sides. Ignore it and let them get on with it and get on with what you need to do.

Keep work colleagues, just that.

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For some reason at the moment I'm surrounded by people who continually 'fall out' with others.

It seems to be the same old faces. At work, for istance, one particular individual sits in their car rather than face colleagues at break time.

I get really tired of it.

Are you the type to fall out with people or do you seem to get along with the majority of people? It wears me down.

Is it in the genes? I don't understand it.

I've always thought of falling out with people as a particularly immature thing to do. Surely, mature adults will talk through their problem with the other guy.B)

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Sitting in their car - nothing wrong with that? The Archers is on about 2pm?

Not at 10am, 11.45 am and 3pm though eh?

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Try not to talk to others about anyone behind their back....I try and see both sides of the story, in most cases there are reasons why people do and say things.....rarely, if someone is out and out nasty, selfish and a pain in the **** there are ways to get even, it is only a matter of time, when it is least expected. ;)

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Not at 10am, 11.45 am and 3pm though eh?

No, Women's Hour, Ziggy Stardust Came from Isleworth and Open Country today!

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Not at 10am, 11.45 am and 3pm though eh?

...maybe they have agoraphobia, low self esteem or confidence...why don't you ask? ;)

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I often sit in my car for lunch.

Otherwise I'm constantly disturbed for the hour I don't get paid for.

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Not at 10am, 11.45 am and 3pm though eh?

Perhaps you have a very sensitive radar? I don't even register when people take their breaks.

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For some reason at the moment I'm surrounded by people who continually 'fall out' with others.

It seems to be the same old faces. At work, for istance, one particular individual sits in their car rather than face colleagues at break time.

I get really tired of it.

Are you the type to fall out with people or do you seem to get along with the majority of people? It wears me down.

Is it in the genes? I don't understand it.

I get along, in small talk compromise is easy, why not?

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Mrs Loo isnt talking to me today.

she wont tell me why.

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There are only 15 people in our building. Half do days, half do nights (we operate 1n 18 hour shift).

'The individual' is doing his best to segregate people. He's a nutter. Take it from me.

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There are only 15 people in our building. Half do days, half do nights (we operate 1n 18 hour shift).

'The individual' is doing his best to segregate people. He's a nutter. Take it from me.

By sulking in his car?

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By sulking in his car?

He's threatened a few people with physical violence and is on a formal warning. He has a baseball bat in the passenger footwell of his car. He scares me.

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He's threatened a few people with physical violence and is on a formal warning. He has a baseball bat in the passenger footwell of his car. He scares me.

Why don't you bring in a ball and suggest a knock about at lunch time.

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He's threatened a few people with physical violence and is on a formal warning. He has a baseball bat in the passenger footwell of his car. He scares me.

He would scare me too! :blink:

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He would scare me too! :blink:

I kept a baseball bat under my desk with 'I do not make idle threats' engraved on it. Gotta love the music business!

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Why don't you bring in a ball and suggest a knock about at lunch time.

Done that. He just falls out with people though. He sulks!

He once told me hates his immediate family. Said they were "cvnts".

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I kept a baseball bat under my desk with 'I do not make idle threats' engraved on it. Gotta love the music business!

I keep a pair of trainers under my desk. Gotta love the Camembert Business.

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