Ghen saidMeh, help him if you feel like. If your advise doesn't help then you'll probably get blamed, but then again he stole your bf, so he probably deserves it.
Break the cycle and don't respond to it and keep moving on! I've been in this situation and if you even give time to what hurt you it validates their relationship as ok. If you are ok with it then waist your time but if this really hurt you or you are still working through the pain. Take the time to be by yourself and save the confusion and look away & move on.- hope this helps
Or he could crush his enemy, see him driven away, and hear the lamentations of his man.
(please add the necessary butch voice)
Being hateful and vindictive / warring is almost never a win.
Just FYI, it's "waste" (for wasting time), as opposed to "waist." Don't you just hate those five letter words?
The situation of the poster requires distance. He needs to get as far away from his traitorous acquaintances as need be.
As you grow more mature, and have time to reflect, you'll likely consider that the separation of your ex-boyfriend, and your non-friend, from you, was a very good thing. It often takes a bit to come to that resolution, however.