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    Wish i'd told my friend back then...
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    I had that with a really close friend of mine. We were both having a rough time, she'd had a bad break-up, we'd both been going through clinical depression, and got really close. Went out one night, had a few drinks, back to my place and one thing led to another. Basically it completely screwed up a really close friendship; she didn't feel the same about me in the end and it was awkward as hell afterwards. Just starting to get back on track I guess but we won't be as close again. My advice; keep well clear.

    (Original post by joshphillips999)
    Say that to my cubone. I DARE you.
    Charizard own you kthx.

    Anyway, if you're worried about a negative reaction I wouldn't recommend blurting it out all of a sudden (unless there's a "right moment", though I still suggest caution), try finding out how he feels (try to be subtle, as saying "If I was to ask you out right now, what would you say?" might make him get suspicious) and whether he's interested in a relationship.

    Let him know how you feel, before the gig then prehaps you can enjoy it together
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