• Friend in need or friend indeed?

    by  • April 28, 2013 • To You • 4 Comments

    Please stop with this opposite gender BF bullshit!!! You may have known him for a long time in his past, it did not work out. It was never meant to be between you two. You always treated him like a puppet on a string. You toyed with his heart, because it made you feel good about your loser self. It felt good to you, to have some poor man, somewhere love you so desperately while you did your thing with others… and then, one day, he stopped dancing to the tune of your drum. He found his true love, me, a woman who treated him right from the start, with kindness, respect and the dignity he deserves…and he woke up from his bewitched trance, and saw the real you…the player, you really are and have always been. He has stayed with me although you have tried to break us up, as you did his other past relations. (You were always involved some way or the other)

    Trust me girl, and get real- he is going NOWHERE with you. He is my lover, my baby and my best friend. Your friendship is not needed nor wanted, so if you are looking for friendship, look elsewhere!!. I don’t think you know the meaning of the word, friendship. To you, it’s a guy you try and keep as your security blanket, and when things do not go right with others, you desperately try to lure back, using whatever tactics you can, including fucking him in a hotel room to seal the deal,as you thought. You are a pathetic home-wrecker, that’s all you are!!!. Next time, think of the pain you maybe causing another with your reckless, thoughtless and selfish actions. Friend indeed!!!! Stay away from us… GET LOST! Timbuktu has job applications!

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    4 Responses to Friend in need or friend indeed?

    1. ?
      April 28, 2013 at 5:39 pm

      I see these types of letters on here from time to time. Since I have an opposite sex best friend I was drawn to this letter but I know it was not written to me. I’m just curious why it seems only one person is to blame in this equation?




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    2. Fairytales are for kids
      April 28, 2013 at 10:04 pm

      Some women I tell you they believe everything a man says. He probably was in bed with that girl loving it to death. LOL




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    3. ladydothprotesttoomuch
      April 29, 2013 at 12:34 pm

      Exactly who are you trying to convince – the home-wrecker or yourself? And why wouldn’t “your lover baby best friend” tell this trick off himself? I knew this guy once who didn’t want to be with his girlfriend because she was, well, pretty gross. He was really hard up at the time and he had a problem being by himself – meaning he said he needed pussy with regularity and he had to imagine he was fucking his ex while being with his girlfriend. (His words) We tried to tell him he was being an asshole, but he did what he wanted. Anyway, this guy I knew was actually trying to get with this other girl behind his girlfriend’s back. The girlfriend must have been pretty gullible because she was blind to it and didn’t realize he was only with her because nobody else would put up with his shit.




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    4. Casey
      April 29, 2013 at 3:26 pm

      Because many a time these friendships are not well intentioned, especially where one person may be in love with the other, unbeknown to the other. I totally agree there must be boundaries to these friendships especially where significant others are involved. ( Emotional affairs are born of these) I would not let my husband have a girl/woman-friend in which I was exluded. They can be friends, but it must be inclusive of me. If they need to talk- she can call him at home not secretly on his mobile, invite him for lunch- me as well- I may decline the invitation, but atleast I was involved. It would be nice to know who she is, and about her…not just some woman with many issues who decides because they were past friends she should continue to be be his confidant. A woman who excludes a significant other rarely has good intentions in the first place. Their confiding in each other takes away from our relationship and that, is not healthy at all .If friendship must continue, then boundaries must be established…or he is putting our relationship in jeorpady, and sooner or later someone will get hurt. Look back at many of the postings, talk to your friends and colleagues and even look at yourself and you will see that this is true…




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