my best friend always budding in

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my best friend always budding in

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  • Hayley Matthews Hayley Matthews
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    Roxy
    Roxy
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    November 11, 2014 at 2:46 am #67419
    my best friend always budding in

    So basically my best friend lately has been budding into any potential date I get approach me. She does this in different ways, for example last weekend was my birthday and I got chatting to a hot guy he showed a lot of interest and leaned in for a kiss and then we hear and see her say eww and pull a face. Needless to say he was hurt and felt it was directed at how he looked and left. This sort of thing happens a lot or she tells me a guy is a bit weird trying to turn me off them. This is the only time she’s mean and is usually such a nice girl and when I have mentioned this to her she usually blames alcohol and laughs it off. I get it maybe jealousy but how do I handle this??this is my best friend and I want to sort it out with causing as little tension as possible, what should I do?? She does this only to me and none of our other friends.


    NaturalMystic
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    November 17, 2014 at 1:30 am #67653

    That’s really not cool, you shouldn’t let somebody other than yourself control you. Just don’t hang around her with guys or tell her she’s got to chill with other people overl. take what I say next with a grain salt but it sounds like she’s either really jealous, or she’s into you.

    You can choose to ignore me though, I ain’t too smart and I don’t know the situation all too much.


    shadowcat162
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    November 17, 2014 at 3:08 am #67655

    This isn’t right for her to behave this way. I think you should should just be frank and tell her that it isn’t funny and there is no excuse for it keep happening. If it happens again, I would not hang out with her in situations where you could be meeting boys.


    ndadvice
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    November 17, 2014 at 8:46 am #67662

    I would agree to stay away from her when you are on a date, but maybe also try talking to her about this maybe she doesn’t realize what she is doing.

    Roxy
    Roxy
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    November 17, 2014 at 9:16 am #67677

    Thanks for all the advice guys. I think I will say to her I’m having a hard time getting dates because she can act rude towards the men asking me out and it’s scaring them off. I hope she will take it on board because it’s something that really been bothering me. I always set her up on dates and encourage her when she needs it so hope she’ll be cool with it.

    We are both going to a party on Saturday so fingers crossed it doesn’t happen again.


    jessie2014
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    November 17, 2014 at 12:01 pm #67682

    I think you should tell your friend exactly how you feel