I feel pretty bad about "leaving her at the altar," but the date mix-up was an honest mistake. And with either choice, one friend would be mad at me.
-- Truth oar consequences
An honest mistake may have put you up shit creek in this situation, but you'll need to do some back paddling to salvage the shipwrecked friendship. Stop your rationalizing, be happy with your decision and see how you can repay this girl for sinking her plans.
I must have been a truly evil S.O.B. in a past life considering what my life has been like this go 'round. And I do believe in karma, or reaping what I've sown.
My horoscope in Free Will Astrology says I can send for a Karma Credit Card that I can use to pay off one of my major karmic debts. Is it possible to just unload some heavy-duty bad karma? And if so, how can I spot one of these opportunities on my own? Is there something you could recommend that I can do daily to tune in to my standing with the universe?
-- Pay by plastic
The Karma Cleanser distrusts too-good-to-be-true credit card offers almost as much as car salesmen and house cats. Bad karma, like bad credit, must be repaid eventually. When the opportunity arises, you'll know it without hesitation. As for soul tune-ups, we prescribe journal writing, jogging and at least one dose of Katie Couric daily.
Because they are super-duper horny, of course.
Hoping he cleaned his pooh hammer before hand
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