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Really embarassed over a tiny thing - June 27th 2010, 11:59 PM

Ok, for all of you who have facebook, you all know what social interview is. Well basically I posted the wrong answer to someone's wall, the answer was meant for someone else completely different.. I cant stop thinking about it! When I explained what happened the person went 'its ok lol' ... How can I stop worrying about it??
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Re: Really embarassed over a tiny thing - June 28th 2010, 12:43 AM

Well if they said its ok, then its ok.
You gotta remeber its not the end of the world silly
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Re: Really embarassed over a tiny thing - June 28th 2010, 12:44 AM

well first off, just delete the post if you haven't already? it's really not a big deal. the person obviously accepts it was a mistake.. theres no easy way to block something out of your mind.. you'll stop thinking about it as soon as something else (more important) happens.. which will probably be quite soon.

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