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    Friend A is heterosexual and male,
    Friend B is asexual and female

    B is good friends with A but A is slightly obsessed and over interested in B.
    B likes A completely platonic.
    B does not flirt with A, only is friendly with A.
    A constantly follows B and has to like what B likes.
    B now thinks A is stalking/Hacked Bs phone.
    A is very intense and creeps B out.

    A has taken the point and realised B doesn't like him but A still keeps obsessing over B.
    A also knows B is asexual.
    How can B get rid of As feelings towards her with out losing the friendship.
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    This is like an algebra question!
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    I'm sorry I con't really help, but good luck
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    A creeps B out but B still wants to be friends with A.

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    Just explain that it's been a bit too full on and you think you should take a break for a couple of days with seeing them less. They will understand
    Good luck xx
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    (Original post by ninjasayshi)
    Friend A is heterosexual and male,
    Friend B is asexual and female

    B is good friends with A but A is slightly obsessed and over interested in B.
    B likes A completely platonic.
    B does not flirt with A, only is friendly with A.
    A constantly follows B and has to like what B likes.
    B now thinks A is stalking/Hacked Bs phone.
    A is very intense and creeps B out.

    A has taken the point and realised B doesn't like him but A still keeps obsessing over B.
    A also knows B is asexual.
    How can B get rid of As feelings towards her with out losing the friendship.
    Now calculate the radius of the sun.
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Now calculate the radius of the sun.
    The answer is 42
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    (Original post by ninjasayshi)
    The answer is 42
    No, this is WJEC, the answer is 42.000. You lose a mark for every decimal place you drop!
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    To clarify about the whole being friends thing. She wants to stay friends with him because both like obscure music,games and TV so they have lots in common but other than that hes really weird.
 
 
 
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