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I don't like people I most trusted disappoints me

asked Sep 19 '12 at 01:15 Daniel Sunday New member

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Either way still seems a bit odd. "Disappointed" is a feeling of dislike.  Almost like saying, "I am disappointed when people I trust disappoint me." I don't know.


If this were a narrative, "Jim disappointed Sue" is much clearer than "Sue didn't like it when Jim disappointed her."

link comment answered Sep 19 '12 at 03:17 mysticete Contributor

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