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    long story short, my friends took my phone off me and messaged these girls like "i love you" and "hey sexy how are you" and etc. I tried to stop them but one of them went too far and told the guy to message this girl who i've been speaking to for some time but have no intentions of liking her or etc. Now she's seen the message and is threatening to bait me out and screenshotted the convo and saved the messages. I have no clue of what to do and when i confronted the guy who told the person to message this girl, he says it's just a joke and i'm taking it too far.

    What the **** am i meant to do now?
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    What do you mean "bait me out"?
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    (Original post by DrawTheLine)
    What do you mean "bait me out"?
    He means expose...
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    He means expose...
    Thanks. I feel old asking things like that, but if I don't I'll just be confused forever.

    OP - it doesn't sound that serious. Most people at some point or another have had someone send texts on their phone saying stuff like that. It won't affect the rest of your life.
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    Presumably, the people that took your phone didn't bother trying to match the way you speak in your texts, or continue the conversation in a logical way to make it seem like you were the one that actually sent them, so I would've thought that the recipitents of those messages would realise it wasn't you.
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    (Original post by (づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ)
    Presumably, the people that took your phone didn't bother trying to match the way you speak in your texts, or continue the conversation in a logical way to make it seem like you were the one that actually sent them, so I would've thought that the recipitents of those messages would realise it wasn't you.
    Some individuals are naive. You would be surprised.
 
 
 
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