|Quoting Amhilde (Reply 3):|
Hang on, she said she was calling to "possibly" hang out? Does that include "possibly" making a phone call? Maybe she changed her mind and didnt want to hang out last night, maybe someone else called or she was cooking something, hell maybe she was tired. It sounds to me like it wasnt a done deal about her calling and hanging out. Also, you JUST started seeing her, at least one transgression of the calling rule is allowed, though by the second time you can write the person off. Then you started to look all desperate by calling her- that was a bad idea, along with yelling about the promptness thing.
|Quoting ClassicLover (Reply 1):|
Lack of promptness with friends / people you're seeing shows a lack of respect. I'm a punctual person and nothing pisses me off more than having to wait for people. Anything over 15 minutes without a call is inexcusable. Worse is that I used to have friends who thought that 7pm meant 8pm or 8:30pm. Notoriously late! It's also not that funny when the lateness is blamed on, "We got randy and had sex, sorry!" ... *rolls eyes*
It's one of my pet peeves. That said, I now have friends who respect me, rather than ones that don't.
|Quoting LOT767-300ER (Reply 5):|
I think it was reasonable....who cares if he just met or whatever. Promptness is courteous.