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Posted by Glenn Yoder  August 18, 2009 07:53 AM

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2 comments so far...
  1. I want to have my cake & eat it too. But he can't have any. Wah!

    Posted by Alvin August 18, 09 11:01 AM
  1. I'm angry just reading this. My first thought is that maybe the so called "friend" had a problem with OTF dating George in the first place. If she really cared about OTF and her feelings she wouldn't be hooking George up with another girl, no matter what the situation, or how open the relationship is. It's just crappy.
    I know that it can be uncomfortable being in the middle of two friends dating but that's not the best way to handle it. My advice is that the relationship with the friend is the most important right now since so OTF needs to talk to her, or else this will all build and there will be major problems. Say that you didn't mean to snoop but saw the texts, couldn't help yourself and go from there. There is a good chance that George expressed unhappiness in the relationship and you need to be prepared for that, unfortunately. Also, stop spending money to see this guy because he's clearly not worth it.

    Posted by DomeFoam August 18, 09 11:17 AM
 
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