I have a friend who lately has been a bit on the snippy side. Everytime I ask her for something she gets exasperated with me. Tonight I asked her if I could use her computer to transfer some files from a floppy disk to a cd-r. She said she would pick me up in a few hours. I went on the Dell website to see if anyone could tell me how to do it and I was told I had to call a different department and I would be charged. After I got offline my friend called and I told me it was snowing. I told her that I changed my mind but before I could tell her the reason she jumped down my throat saying she had made a special trip to come and get me. I finally got a chance to tell her I didn't know how to transfer the files and I didn't want to take the chance of messing around with her computer. This isn't the first time she has gotten snippy with me. I let it go because I don't have many friends where I live and we've been friends for over 20 years. But it's becoming harder and harder to keep my mouth shut. The last time I gave someone a piece of my mind I lost my job. I don't want to lose my friend. How do I tell her to chillax without both of us getting into a screaming match?
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