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    Jun 06, 2010 6:15 PM GMT
    NA
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    Jun 06, 2010 8:18 PM GMT
    I think you should all get together at recess and play dodge ball.
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    Jun 06, 2010 8:58 PM GMT
    Go out to dinner with him. Who cares.
    I think that you'll look back on this in a year or two and probably not even talk to some of these people. Sounds like a confusing, dramatic mess. People come and go... These obviously aren't your lifelong friends.
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    Jun 06, 2010 9:04 PM GMT
    wow! i thought i was far from growing up but you and your friends almost make me look grown up.
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    Jun 06, 2010 9:08 PM GMT
    Rawrly said
    Should I still go to dinner with him?icon_eek.gificon_eek.gificon_eek.gif It was already planned. So WHATicon_exclaim.gif I told him a few weeks ago he was the last real friend I had left. (Well, he's not) Is this kind of a sign that the move was meant to happen and I should just forget everyone?


    how soap-opera

    go to dinner with T only if you have masochistic tendencies. A similar thing happened to me once and I cut the friend out of my life for a couple of months, because I was in to much pain over the betrayal. Eventually I came around, they broke up anyway, but the friendship was never the same again and petered out after I met my current bf a year or two later.

    Good for you that you have a move planned. Maybe a fresh start elsewhere will help you. In the meantime feel free to spend time with your other friends only if you feel like it.

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    Jun 06, 2010 9:21 PM GMT
    I know I'm a noob and shouldn't scould, but in fairness if a member puts that much effort into a post, explaining the ins and outs of a particularly complex situation he obviously wants some advice. I get where you guys are coming from, though... They're correct in saying that this is a bit of an immature situation in the sense that it seems you are hanging out with some really foolish kids. Go for dinner, be the bigger man, keep a smile on your face and then walk away. If you need closure then talk to T about the situation, explaining to him how it was in a lot of sense a form of betrayal. T might need this experience if he's just coming out... he needs to know his limitations. Good luck! icon_smile.gif
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    Jun 06, 2010 9:31 PM GMT
    If you're moving soon, cancel the dinner with the punk and spend time with your friends you'll miss the most.
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    Jun 06, 2010 9:37 PM GMT
    unfounded7 saidIf you're moving soon, cancel the dinner with the punk and spend time with your friends you'll miss the most.


    Much better information than I had... completely ignore mine!
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    Jun 06, 2010 9:41 PM GMT
    D is a douche bag!

    I hope T doesn't think D is being faithful to him.
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    Jun 06, 2010 9:44 PM GMT
    unfounded7 saidIf you're moving soon, cancel the dinner with the punk and spend time with your friends you'll miss the most.

    ditto
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    Jun 06, 2010 9:49 PM GMT
    unfounded7 saidIf you're moving soon, cancel the dinner with the punk and spend time with your friends you'll miss the most.
    ^^^that^^^
  • HndsmKansan

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    Jun 06, 2010 10:16 PM GMT
    I agree with Unfounded and Cas... if you are moving, I'd focus on your future and not get all wrapped with this soap opera. Focus on your real friends and distance yourself from those who only pretend. When I've had an issue with someone in the past, I may still speak to them, but its time to move on and remember those who put you first occasionally.
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    Jun 06, 2010 11:55 PM GMT
    "I have a complicated problem and it's perhaps the most dramatic thing I will ever talk about."


    LMAO,

    Did anyone find this line as funny as I did??

    I mean c'mon kid, ....If this is the most dramatic thing you'll ever talk about than consider urself lucky..


    you'll look back on all this "drama" in a few years and laugh.


    "L" "K" and "D" wont even be a blip on the radar screen icon_lol.gif
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    Jun 07, 2010 12:09 AM GMT
    I agree with Unfounded7
  • lozano86

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    Jun 07, 2010 12:34 AM GMT
    L, K, D, and T are drama

    And D doesnt know what the hell he wants.

    Drop em all.
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    Jun 07, 2010 12:41 AM GMT
    Obviously none of the people in this story really care about you. Fuck 'em. Be glad you're moving and getting out of there. Don't waste your time worrying about what these dramatic people think about you. Don't go to dinner, don't try to make excuses, just concentrate on the future and figuring out how to avoid douches like these in the future.
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    Jun 07, 2010 12:45 AM GMT
    Way too much drama! Spend the time before you move with your true friends and get these other stressful people out of your life. icon_eek.gif
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    Jun 07, 2010 1:26 AM GMT
    hmmm...my take on this is that you knew D was involved with K as L told you right off the bat when you first inquired about D.
    This should have given you red stop lights, imagining yourself K for a moment to gain perspective about considering another's relationship, like you would want yours to be considered.

    If you hadn't gone with D at all, D would have ended up carrying on with T without K knowing, and you'd be bystander, and observer, to this sordid little drama instead of involved in it.

    ...and you'd still have the confidence of L.

    Personally I think all of you are rather young in relationship experience and so are learning to navigate the complexities of adult romantic complications.

    I'd distance myself from all of them at this point. Just chalk it up to 'difficult learning experience'. icon_wink.gif


    -Doug
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    Jun 07, 2010 1:33 AM GMT
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    Jun 07, 2010 1:35 AM GMT
    I can't believe you're actually an adult. I thought you were in 8th grade. Grow the fuck up.
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    Jun 07, 2010 1:45 AM GMT
    fastfreddie saidI can't believe you're actually an adult. I thought you were in 8th grade. Grow the fuck up.



    Hmm...your empathy level has me suggesting you take your own advice. icon_wink.gif
  • jlly_rnchr

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    Jun 07, 2010 1:47 AM GMT
    I can't wait to see the movie!

    Seriously though, it sucks that this group of friends is so insincere. Maybe be more selective in the future.
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    Jun 07, 2010 1:57 AM GMT
    I suggest meeting new people. Become friends with people you can trust.
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    Jun 07, 2010 1:58 AM GMT
    I couldn't read the whole thing, it was like alphabet soup.
  • kennyj08

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    Jun 07, 2010 2:03 AM GMT
    reminds me of an episode that could happen on the HILLS haha icon_biggrin.gif

    [save yourself the dramatics hun, you're moving soon and can start off fresh.]