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    OK, I have a close friend who is a girl. We have been mates for years. However, recently we have become closer and even though she has a boyfriend, I think she might like me. She was drunk the other night and told me that "she liked me more than him", pointing to her boyfriend. When I asked "why", she said it is because I will "always be there for her". I might have read too much into this drunken comment.
    Should I ask her about what Im thinking and risk ruining our friendship, or just accept that we are good friends and that is it. I do like her a lot but not sure if I would ever risk losing her as a good friend. Help me! Thanks.
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    Leave it, she's got a boyfriend.

    She might have said she likes you more than him as in as a person, not as a love interest. I wouldn't bother bringing it up at all unless she says something else like that but in sober state.
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    (Original post by Sakura-Chan)
    Leave it, she's got a boyfriend.

    She might have said she likes you more than him as in as a person, not as a love interest. I wouldn't bother bringing it up at all unless she says something else like that but in sober state.
    This. Margaret speaks sense :p:.
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    Personally I wouldn't bring it up as she does have a boyfriend, I know drunk people are meant to be known to talk the truth however you might have misinterpreted what it was that she was saying.

    It isn't worth risking the friendship unless she was single, then I would say go ahead throw caution to the wind and go for it. However she isn't so you need to forget about the comment unless she brings it up first.
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    If it was a drunken comment and she hasn't said anything about it since, I'd leave it. She's in a relationship and if she doesn't feel the same way, is it really worth risking your relationship?
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    As said it will put her in a really bad position of you say this and she is already in a relationship, leave it i would else you are going to create problems for her.

    As much of a crappy excuse as it is, she was drunk and at times we are not the most coherent with what we actually mean when drunk she could have meant something else.
 
 
 
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