OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Friday, December 12

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QUESTION: You see a best friend kissing a guy while drunk. And she has a boyfriend of years. What do you do? Do you leave them alone? I feel really upset because I trusted her.

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  1. That last part makes it seem like you've made yourself a victim of something that doesn't have much to do with you.
    That being said, I would check up on your friend (while it's happening). If she brushes you off, then it's all on her. As a friend you've done your part. Play witness to her bad decisions, and console her when she faces repercussions.

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    1. +1 couldn't have said it better.

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    2. Agree with 1. This isn't about you, you sound a bit self-absorbed.

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    3. Always love the women on this site constantly brushing off cheating bitches.

      This is the modern woman gentlemen, don't be an idiot and wife one up.

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    4. At 1c (1 here)

      This really has nothing to do with gender. Flip all the gender specific pronouns and nouns and everything said still holds true.

      As a man, from where I'm standing, no one is approving of men OR women cheating. It's just none of our business to impose our own version of morality onto others.

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  2. Personally if you are close to her I'd tell her what you saw & ask her what's up with that. If she was just fucking around behind her bf's back I'd tell her she needs to tell him or I will. I had a friend all through HS who cheated on her bfs and I wish I'd stuck up for my own morals -- I was enabling her by knowing & not saying anything to her or to her bfs. I think standing by knowing someone is being deceived is a pretty bad thing to do, morally.

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  3. you trusted her? are you in the relationship or what? i did not understand it

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  4. Get bf to pull the cord on the relationship, and find him someone who isn't a cunt.

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  5. OP here. Perhaps I should have been more elaborate. She publicly posted a picture on sns and when I saw and asked her about it she brushed me off. The guy then basically told me to fuck out from her business and they don't understand why it matters to me. He stated as if I was pulling cords to mess up her life. The reason I am upset is that I considered her a best friend who wouldn't do such thing and she told me a few days earlier that she loves her bf very much. I didn't mention anything to her bf and yet I was getting all bitched up by the other guy.

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    1. Good try OP, seems like maybe you cant help here.

      Hoes gonna hoe.

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    2. If I were you I'd tell the guy to go fuck himself. Who does he think he is, telling you you shouldn't be talking to your friend?

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  6. you're just a jealous bitch, get your own fucktard

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  7. You sound like you're seeking out drama. Why does this have anything to do with you? How did this compromise any kind of trust between you and your friend? This is between her and her boyfriend, not you. No need to play the victim where you're not even involved.

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  8. For those saying she shouldn't say anything b/c it's none of her business, would you do nothing if one of your parents is cheating on the other since it's none of your business as well? This is clearly a person she cares about, so she has every right to be concerned. Those that said to ignore it are probably cheaters/future cheaters yourselves.

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  9. What would Dan Savage do? That is the question you must ask yourself.

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  10. Fuck you op it's none of your goddamn business. I hope you choke to death on 50 cocks. Its cunt's like you that make my life unnecessarily complicated with their "morality"

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