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Strange relationship with a straight guy watch

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    I'm a bisexual guy and I tried it on twice with a straight friend when I was drunk, the first time I came close to having a threesome with him. Second time I went too far, he's cool about the whole thing but the problem now is he won't stop talking about that night or me to all his mates, according to my friends who work with him he talks about me constantly. When I see him he always mentions me being gay or that night, basically to the point all the signs of attraction are there but he's straight, I dont know what the hell thats all about but it freaks me out.

    I don't fancy him I just want to be his mate 'cause he's a sorted guy but I feel uneasy around him and I can't be left alone with him without it being awkward. How do I get over feeling like this and even though it is my fault how do I stop him from being weird around me?
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    Talk to him about it?
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    You have to speak to him about this.
    It almost sounds as if he has feelings for you.
    I think its important you tell him where you stand and sort it out.
 
 
 
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