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I want to know some opinions on this:

One of my work friends arrived in the morning today and I said hi from across the room, but she ignored me. Then she went to sit across from me with the girl who bullies me, and said hi to HER and asked her how she is. I said hi again, to which she finally responded but only with a slight wave and arching of brows...
...then when I suggested we go check the machines as we usually do when we arrive, she gave me sort of a cold response. The office was so quiet... I felt very embarrassed.
The girl who bullies me noticed all of this and was extremely amused.

...I'm not sure what it means. She's fine on text messages. I'm not sure why she did what she did in front of our colleagues.
[c=004A59]It's her way of letting you know that she's not letting you into her circle of friends, but the bully is welcome. I used to see that kind of behavior all the time in the office.[/c]
[@602378,Fluffybull] [c=004A59]Very true. We were a very unhappy crew, generally speaking, with a high turnover rate.[/c]
Fluffybull · F
[@1217106,Vampyr] The word will get around and they'll find it impossible to get staff. Have you something else lined up or are you taking time out to feel better?
[@602378,Fluffybull] [c=004A59]Oh, this was way back in 1992. That company failed and was bought out by another. I heard a lot of people lost their jobs in that takeover. I became a housewife, as I said, on my doctor's advice.[/c]
SnowBlack · F
The bully has been backstabbing you. Time to take her out.

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