You make a very long post with a bunch of big words to try and out-beta your opponent.
You scroll past the post and ignore it. Who cares?
You re-read it a bunch of times and then write your argument in a response.
You nit-pick every little detail of their post and try to deconstruct their point.
You message them privately and voice your disagreement.
You do nothing.
You note the time that they posted and find their location from tagged photos / snapchat to deduce why they might've made that post and message all parties involved about the post.
You like the post anyways if it was posted by someone you like.
You walk cooly to the group and stoicly criticize all of them.
You brood on it for days without bringing it up.
You check their social media to see why they're out together and without you.
You walk around in circles while following them and decide to see where they're going.
You lose track of them when you see something more interesting.
You walk up to them and talk to them casually like pals.
You fantasize about going up to them and really showing them up for ditching you but don't actually approach them.
You don't have friends.
You choose a phone and hope you have signal.
You choose a stuffed animal doll to keep you company.
You choose a journal to keep track of your thoughts.
You choose nothing because you can only rely on yourself.
You choose a bed to lay on and forget the situation.
You choose a camping kit with all the basic necessities needed to survive.
You choose a house to live in because you like being alone and have decided to stay.
You choose the dream of your life to be there with you.
A true crime novel
You don't like reading that much.
A personality types book
A psychological novel
The Sherlock Holmes' series
A dating advice book