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    Me, my downstairs neighbour and some of her friends went to a club earlier in the week, and we both got drunk.

    One thing led to another which ended up me and her declaring that we "like" each other, and one thing led to another.

    Only thing is, I said it and I didn't mean it. She text me a few times (I was at work so I couldn't reply) and eventually she knocked on my door the day after.

    I said to her that we need to talk, and I said something along the lines of "I think messed you around a bit"

    She says "Yes, I think you have"

    I say "sorry, but I don't like you in that way. I know it isn't an excuse, but I was drunk and not thinking straight".

    I sent her a text 10 minutes later or so saying "I really am sorry, I hope this do sent make it awkward between us?" - No reply, to be expected tbh.

    I like her as a friend, but not in the way she wants it to be. I really do feel terrible and I can't imagine how used she must feel.

    Help please?
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    How can we help? I can't text her for you, or pay her a personal visit can I? it's your life, man up and deal with it.
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    You used her for sex. She doesn't want to talk to you atm.

    There's not much more that can be said or done. When/if she wants to chat to you then that will happen. Until then, man the **** up.
 
 
 
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