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My friends new boyfriend is so cute watch

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    no this one is a one of a kind , i'm sure he likes me more
    If he does like you more, he'll break things off with your friend first then let you know he wants you. Until then keep your mouth shut and no unnecessary flirting okay?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So my friend (all of us are 17 here) has recently got a new bf and i am definitely happy for her but...

    he's unbelievably attractive and cute , i met him the other day and i could not take my eyes of him , he literally the most good looking boy I've ever seen , this is obviously a problem because he's with my friend now and they're definitely happy together , but i can't stop thinking/talking about him with other friends

    I think i might confess my feelings for him because i literally can't stop thinking about him , but this might upset my friend whose with him , what should i do here
    hey, I understand how you feel, i have also felt the same with my best friends Ex-boyfriend, and i honestly think its best for you to not confess your feelings as it will ruin your relationship with your friend and possibly your friends relationship with her boyfriend.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    it's not my fault i'm in love with him
    catch stds not feelings
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    it's not my fault i'm in love with him
    https://media1.giphy.com/media/Fjr6v88OPk7U4/giphy.gif

    Please, this is not love. It's lust, infatuation - but it's not love. Have a drink of water, you clearly need one.
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    (Original post by chelseadagg3r)
    DO NOT tell him. Keep it to yourself and get over it. They are together, and happy as you've said yourself. Why do you feel the need to hurt them and their relationship? You need to think of them too, not just yourself, and find your own guy
    i'm not so sure

    (Original post by Paracosm)
    Calling it, you're a troll.

    If not, you're extremely selfish and honestly you don't even deserve a friendship circle if you think like this. Disgusting behaviour.

    well i'm not , you're clearly just getting upset for no reason


    (Original post by DrawTheLine)
    You can't call her your friend considering what you've posted here.
    why not
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    (Original post by flabi)
    That is, quite frankly, a d*ck move. Bros before hoes, mates before dates, chicks before dicks, you get the idea. Don't steal your friend's boyfriend and don't screw up their relationship behind her back.
    i don't even think they're happy together



    (Original post by trapking)
    imagine double crossing your own "friend" like that....

    you're a thot.
    just casually , nothing sexual or extensive
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    no this one is a one of a kind , i'm sure he likes me more
    wth if he liked u more than he would've went out with u and not her srsly just leave them alone and let them be happy if he really 'likes' you then u should wait until he breaks up with her even though that sounds sketchy
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    why not
    Uh, because you want to break up her relationship because you have no self control and are selfish.
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    Don't tell anyone. Just keep it to yourself and hope it'll pass. It would be incredibly selfish to ruin their relationship like that.
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    (Original post by Lemonsponge)
    If he does like you more, he'll break things off with your friend first then let you know he wants you. Until then keep your mouth shut and no unnecessary flirting okay?
    (Original post by Paracosm)

    Please, this is not love. It's lust, infatuation - but it's not love. Have a drink of water, you clearly need one.
    hmm maybe l should cool of a little , i think i'm gonna stay away from the friendship group because he's always there so i'll give myself a break from them
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    i don't even think they're happy together





    just casually , nothing sexual or extensive
    well why do u think they are not happy together and that has got nothing to do with u lool
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    just casually , nothing sexual or extensive
    ...until you "accidentally" invite him to yours or vice versa then the rest is history.

    You ain't fooling me with this crap, sort yourself out.
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    (Original post by sam717)
    wth if he liked u more than he would've went out with u and not her srsly just leave them alone and let them be happy if he really 'likes' you then u should wait until he breaks up with her even though that sounds sketchy
    and if they don't break up
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    hmm maybe l should cool of a little , i think i'm gonna stay away from the friendship group because he's always there so i'll give myself a break from them
    Do that.
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    (Original post by sam717)
    well why do u think they are not happy together and that has got nothing to do with u lool
    i go with my gut instinct on these things



    (Original post by trapking)
    ...until you "accidentally" invite him to yours or vice versa then the rest is history.

    You ain't fooling me with this crap, sort yourself out.
    lol ok whatever u say
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    and if they don't break up
    how tragic would that be
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    (Original post by YouAreAYute)
    how tragic would that be
    no it means i might take matters into my own hands
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