| beautiful-stranger wrote:|
So yesterday was my birthday I wasn't going to go out initially but my friends convinced me to go.
if anyone remembers my previous thread about my friends B & A then you have a little idea of what's been going on.
So after me and B spoke about what happened over the weekend she called yesterday and apologized and asked if I was doing anything on my birthday (yesterday) and I told her I might head out to a bar in Williamsburg with my roommate, A, and our other friend C.
B says she is going to come. So i don't put too much stock in it because well she hasn't proven herself to be very reliable.
Me and my roommate get to the bar and B is there. We walk up and she is with this older guy causing a scene somewhat. The bouncer wouldn't let her in due to her ID being expired.
I tell her that I'll go inside and see if we can ask a manager or something if they can let her in anyway.
So I ask and they say she can't come in. So B asks me to follow them to another bar in Flatbush.
Now if anyone knows Brooklyn, Williamsburg and Flatbush have two very different vibes. Obvi we were in Williamsburg for a reason #1 it's close to where I live, #2 it's chill I don't have to worry about crazy sh*t happening.
So I tell B that I cannot leave the place, my friends are en route and they are all meeting me here. I tell her would she mind waiting at a bar in the surrounding area until all my friends meet up and then we can find somewhere to go. B says okay.
I go inside back inside the bar because i have friends inside currently but not before hearing a small ruckus outside, B's "friend" had kicked the bouncer's chair on the way out or something like that.
I texted her like "wtf is wrong with your friend" and B responds that she should've "shaken tables" in there because there is no reason they shouldn't have let her in. Needless to say she was #1 pissed she couldn't get in and #2 pissed at me for not going to another bar with her.
Again, who is in the wrong in this situation?