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Anonymous asked in Family & RelationshipsOther - Family & Relationships · 2 months ago

How to convince someone you are quiet and really have to leave ?


I am not lie on the app or what not etc it's really I am trying . I don't want this damn overwhelming stuff etc . Just have to say goodbye to that for good 

Update 2:

I'm sorry if seem I trill but I'm not it's really painful I just kept quiet about it etc to be assertive more etc 

Like I be quiet. I want escape all that etc then is just me etc and purpose etc how to convince etc 

Update 3:

No I'm asking serious I' have to go please asking nicely 

Update 4:

I have to forget evehrbjng !!!!!!

3 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    I cannot understand what you are trying to say. Please have someone help you with your English and write again, including your age and gender.

  • 2 months ago

    I think we need more information. All depends on the situation. If you've been there for 30 minutes and it's a party then it comes across as rude. Why would you even go if you can only stay for such a short time.

    If you're shy then try and make more of an effort or find people who are similar to you. I would always say try and stay at least 2hrs and then you can say I've really got to go. I have work in the morning, or I have to drive so can't really drink. Now I'm older I don't tend to go to parties which involve loud music or heavy drinking. I do activities which are more everyday. You could just be honest with your friends and you could hang out with them at other events which aren't so intense.

  • Pearl
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    just say excuse me, i need to leave

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