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What do you do when you love your best friends boyfriend?


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2009-11-13 21:54:12
2009-11-13 21:54:12

Well if you love him first make sure you really do love him and see yourself and him together then i know it may sound bizaare but tell your best friend. if she truly is your mate then she'll understand i mean course she'll know why you love him she's going out with him after all. if your m8 says that shes ok with it just show your affection to the boy a little at a time not making it obviouse you love him otherwise he'll get uncomfortable with you and not want to spend time with you. WARNING: DO NOT MAKE BEST FRIENDS WITH HIM i have done it before and he'll only think of you as that.!!!!!!! if he likes you back and it is REALLY obviouse then tell your m8 what you think. if she thinks he likes you better then she will either be really defencive and hate you or understand and break up with him. if at any time through this process they break up make your move after all first come first served!! AND GUYS YES DESPITE WHAT OTHER PEOPLE THINK IT IS WORTH LOSING YOUR BEST FRIEND OVER!! best friends come and go but a good lad is hard to find!!!

oh and to everyone I LOVE MATT

Well the thing to do is you really care about your bma but you love her bf go up and tell him i have been slitting myself wiith a pair of sissors because a boy that is my bma's bf i love and i am scared my bma will hate me i am going up to him on Mon and saying look i love you so face it choose me or her

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