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I think I'm in love with my friend watch

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    So I've known her since the beginning of uni, I've always found her attractive, but never really anything more. During freshers week this year I got with her while we were clubbing, and she stayed at mine, It happened again the same week. But I thought nothing of it.

    Anyway recently we've all been going through exam stress, she recently broke up with her boyfriend and seems a bit emotionally all over the place, as am I.

    She recently told my friend while drunk that she sometimes thinks about getting together with me and then just before she broke up with her ex was EXTREMLY flirty with me one night before we went clubbing.

    Now the other night I tried it on with her to no avail, so where the hell does this leave me, I have no Idea If she was just far too emotional and just saying stupid things and acting up or if she's actually interested in me. Added to this she's started texting f**kboys she met over the summer.
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    'she recently broke up with her boyfriend and seems a bit emotionally'

    'She recently told my friend while drunk that she sometimes thinks about getting together with me'

    'Added to this she's started texting f**kboys she met over the summer.'
    If she's recently broke up with her boyfriend, you should give her some space to actually get over him. Just because she was the person who broke up with him, doesn't mean she doesn't still have feelings for him...

    To be perfectly honest, it's none of your business who she texts. If she wants to text the biggest player of the county, that's her choice.

    Be patient and stop trying to jump into her ex's grave. Let her have some time to sort out what she wants. Stop thinking with your penis
 
 
 
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