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    One of my bf's female friends came all the way from Glasgow to Derby to see him because she heard he was sick. She even went out of her way to bring her piano because he loves instruments and got him hooked on some new Netflix show. He said it's because she has more freedom , and even thought he would say no, she still insists until she's by the door and knows him.
    I don't know if she's a good friend or something more. I'm not convinced.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    One of my bf's female friends came all the way from Glasgow to Derby to see him because she heard he was sick. She even went out of her way to bring her piano because he loves instruments and got him hooked on some new Netflix show. He said it's because she has more freedom , and even thought he would say no, she still insists until she's by the door and knows him.
    I don't know if she's a good friend or something more. I'm not convinced.
    That sounds too hopeless romantic/too caring... and thats coming from me...
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    That sounds too hopeless romantic/too caring... and thats coming from me...
    He said she's his best friend and that she would rather see that he's well than take his word for it. And she's not sorry for her actions because she knows that he downplays his illness. But, I don't think that's something she should be doing.. she practically was on a 5 hour train just to see him. And would drive 20 minutes when uni starts.
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    What's wrong with a little Netflix & chill? Obvs not sooo good for you, but...


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    He said she's his best friend and that she would rather see that he's well than take his word for it. And she's not sorry for her actions because she knows that he downplays his illness. But, I don't think that's something she should be doing.. she practically was on a 5 hour train just to see him. And would drive 20 minutes when uni starts.
    No she shouldn't be doing this... I'd just stay out of it, otherwise it'll backfire.
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    No she shouldn't be doing this... I'd just stay out of it, otherwise it'll backfire.
    Shes just stubborn and he's told her ages ago. But she doesnt seem to take it on board. But i told him that she needs to tone it down
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    Sounds like she's pining after him
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Shes just stubborn and he's told her ages ago. But she doesnt seem to take it on board. But i told him that she needs to tone it down
    She'll fade away from his life soon, I'd just stay out of drama until then.
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    She's done nothing wrong. He is allowed to have caring friends.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    One of my bf's female friends came all the way from Glasgow to Derby to see him because she heard he was sick. She even went out of her way to bring her piano because he loves instruments and got him hooked on some new Netflix show. He said it's because she has more freedom , and even thought he would say no, she still insists until she's by the door and knows him.
    I don't know if she's a good friend or something more. I'm not convinced.
    You should be first priority for him and he should be yours. Her actions are more in line with what a gf would be doing, seems a bit much to me. I don't believe that she has no feelings for him whatsoever- that is some serious dedication and unless shes been his tight friend from age 4 it's a bit odd.
 
 
 
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