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I think my friend is being a little two faced... watch

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    The story so far: recently one of my best friends (A) has turned against me for some reason. She claims it was because me (and another friend (B)) "lied" to her, and yet she only seems to have taken it out on me. Upon telling B about the disposition she agreed she was a ***** and started telling me about how A was ignoring her. This did seem a little odd at the time as she had commented on her facebook only a few days beforehand - and B had replied - but I put these fears to rest as I figured she wasn't annoyed yet. Realising this girl was nothing but trouble I cut off all contact with her and moved forward.

    My trouble is today on facebook I saw them chatting again, A also said something which heavily implied that she was making up the lying excuse to piss me off. Now I don't know whether to trust girl B or if I'm just over reacting. Help???

    I hate it when my friends do that. I suggest ya just leave them be and move on.

    Well regardless of the fact if they made it up or not they were still trying to piss you off, thats not something that you want a friend to do. So you were right to cut ties with her.

    As for trusting B which i think you are asking? Play i careful, there is no point in throwing away a good friendship without any evidence other then a facebook message. She is still your friend give her the benefit of the doubt for the time being.

    Who needs friends like that? I wouldn't bother with either of them tbh.
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