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Both Good friends, need help

Want to Cheat

Wednesday, March 23, 2016 1:27 AM by Guest Rating: +1|-5

Idk where to start or if anyone will read this but I have two friends in a relationship with each other. I'm just a good friend to them. I hand out with the male mainly. He mistreats his gf (my friend) by causing her lots of stress and debt, he totaled her car even. He's a good guy never hit her that she'll admit but totally neglects her, now here's the weird part I figured she just wanted out but instead she has found a way to cheat by convincing her bf to allow another guy in during sex, I'm the guy and im bi, hes straight and she is too,... Well I know for a fact she's close to Witt's end as she jokes about leaving him and even offing him while his standing next to her. Truth is I don't believe in "true" love but I do believe in love and I love her, i want to give her a worthy relationship and partner and I believe she's worth it and deserves it, I've felt for her for along time ., I'm lost and would love to elaborate and get advice. Should I do the 3 some or should I tell her how i feel and ask her to leave him, what about my buddie he's not a best friend but I'd be sad to lose him. What about bro code? I'm so stressed out and confused help. I'm single cause I have never met a girl I clicked with, we click we laughf, we enjoy silence together, and he puts her thru ever hell yet she's still with him but she's showing depression and ect, should I buck up and help mend them and soke in lonely depression 

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Wednesday, March 23, 2016 8:46 AM
Guest

I've been in your shoes, and all I can say is this: do not make a move on her, or tell her how you feel, or tell her to leave her bf for you. It WILL blow up in your face. She may not have feelings for you in return, and you could lose two friends instead of one. And you most certainly should not have a threesome with them. Moving on is your best bet. If you do decide to tell her how you feel, and she rejects you, do yourself a favor and cut off all contact with her. Block her number, block her on Facebook, etc. It will make it easier 

 
Wednesday, March 23, 2016 4:44 PM
Guest

Tell them both that you are their friend but that no one should interfere in their relationship, especially you. If they break up and she is interested in you, then go for it. If not, all the more reason for you to have stayed out of it. 

 

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