One of my closest mates has slept with my girl best friend

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One of my closest mates has slept with my girl best friend at a drunk sleepover with the two of them, who made her feelings for me clear the day before. I feel used and betrayed by both people now. What does anyone suggest?
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One of my closest mates has slept with my girl best friend at a drunk sleepover with the two of them, who made her feelings for me clear the day before. I feel used and betrayed by both people now. What does anyone suggest?
Cut them off from your life; do you not think you girl best friend is a double-faced hypocrite though?
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One of my closest mates has slept with my girl best friend at a drunk sleepover with the two of them, who made her feelings for me clear the day before. I feel used and betrayed by both people now. What does anyone suggest?
i'd be feeling pretty mad if it were me...

these **** aint loyal
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To some extent you have to take an ‘all’s fair in love and war view’ if there was no firm commitment. If you’d told your mate you were keen on her and had recently made progress then it’s poor form on his part and you could reconsider your friendship. Similarly if she’d encouraged you, you could mention that your feeling are a tad hurt. Dating is full of unpleasant surprises unfortunately
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One of my closest mates has slept with my girl best friend at a drunk sleepover with the two of them, who made her feelings for me clear the day before. I feel used and betrayed by both people now. What does anyone suggest?
I'm assuming that "made her feelings for me clear" means she told you she liked you. Do you feel the same way, and did you tell her that? And did you tell your closest mate how you felt about her?
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I suggest that you grow up and realise that life isn't perfect.
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three is better than one
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I suggest that you grow up and realise that life isn't perfect.
Surprisingly I agree with you acc thanks for the reply
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Thing is this girl i have known for over 6 years now and have had feelings for her on and off and she recently broke up with her bf who she was with for 3 years and now this happens, i even told my this guy a few months ago that I had been waiting for her to break up with him for years now and then he goes ahead and does this.
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Thing is this girl i have known for over 6 years now and have had feelings for her on and off and she recently broke up with her bf who she was with for 3 years and now this happens, i even told my this guy a few months ago that I had been waiting for her to break up with him for years now and then he goes ahead and does this.
So you wanted to be her rebound, but your friend did so instead?

And again, when she "made her feelings for [you] clear", what did you tell her in response?
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You're not in a relationship with her she can do what she wants.
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Well he likes her too. You can't call dibs on literal human beings lol. You should have done something when you had the chance.
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One of my closest mates has slept with my girl best friend at a drunk sleepover with the two of them, who made her feelings for me clear the day before. I feel used and betrayed by both people now. What does anyone suggest?
Explain that part to us lol. I think everyone here (include myself) need more info on this. If the conversation between you and her went somewhere between the lines of her saying that she likes you, and you telling her that you like her too. Therefore, arranging some sort of date for the following day or week. Then yes you have every right to be infuriated. But, if she admitted her feelings to you for which you then said something like "oh ok" or anything else that gave her the impression that you didn't like her, then she has every right to sleep with your friend since there was clearly no arrangement between you and her
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