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    So basically I have just found out that one of my best friend's of 9 years is dating my ex. I dated this guy for nearly 2 years and had even confided in my best friend when the relationship ended about how badly he had treated me and told her all the details of insults he gave me and verbal abuse. I am just shocked to find out 2 days a go that she has been dating him for about a month. She wasn't even going to say she kept it all quiet and now it is out in the open. When she first admitted to it it was because my other friends in the group kept prodding her asking if they were dating and then she admitted to it and started laughing about it as if it is some kind of joke. When I confronted her she tried to say that she wasn't really interested in him but just wanted to see 'how far things would go' (whatever that means..). I really don't know what to do about this situation. TSR I need your help!! #lifesaver
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    So basically I have just found out that one of my best friend's of 9 years is dating my ex. I dated this guy for nearly 2 years and had even confided in my best friend when the relationship ended about how badly he had treated me and told her all the details of insults he gave me and verbal abuse. I am just shocked to find out 2 days a go that she has been dating him for about a month. She wasn't even going to say she kept it all quiet and now it is out in the open. When she first admitted to it it was because my other friends in the group kept prodding her asking if they were dating and then she admitted to it and started laughing about it as if it is some kind of joke. When I confronted her she tried to say that she wasn't really interested in him but just wanted to see 'how far things would go' (whatever that means..). I really don't know what to do about this situation. TSR I need your help!! #lifesaver
    Well that's nice of her. Shows you what sort of a friend she is. Leave her be, he is obviously a d!ck and she is no better, she has it coming. Keep your distance and stick with your other friends, no need to ditch her as a friend though.
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    Well that's nice of her. Shows you what sort of a friend she is. Leave her be, he is obviously a d!ck and she is no better, she has it coming. Keep your distance and stick with your other friends, no need to ditch her as a friend though.
    thanks for the advice, i appreciate it!
 
 
 
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