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my girlfriends best friend cheated on her boyfriend two times. Should I tell him or leave to be?

Asked by Shotsee (10points) March 7th, 2008 from iPhone

I really don’t see either of them to often. Well I don’t talk to them on a daily bases if that helps you, just my girlfriend does.

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bulbatron9's avatar

Stay out of that crap. You don’t want to be involved in a bunch of he-said,she-said crap. Men shouldn’t gossip!

LuckVIII's avatar

not really your business. It been my experience that people don’t really appreciate unsolicted advice especially from a person they are not close to.

needleinthehay's avatar

well it depends.

do you want to be a good friend, or a bad friend?

gsiener's avatar

If you play out the scenario, there’s no way for you to not get in trouble with at least one of the following: your girlfriend, her friend, the boyfriend. Most likely all three will be mad at you.

Laura047's avatar

mind your own business

djbuu's avatar

Tell him. Its man law

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cwilbur's avatar

think about what all the possible reactions to this will be, and ask yourself if you want to be in the middle of that.

gorillapaws's avatar

If there was a way to let him know anonymously in such a way that the evidence doesn’t give your identity away, I would think that would be the way to go. Otherwise you’re going to spend a LONG time on the couch if you get involved.

Patrick_Bateman's avatar

stay out of it.

If you don’t talk to them on a daily basis your not good enough friends with them to do this.

eadinad's avatar

It’s not your business, unless this guy she cheated on is your best friend. and I’m guessing you wouldn’t even know this had occurred unless your girlfriend had told you, so you’d be betraying her trust as well.

Fallstand's avatar

Stay out of it.. Unless he’s a friend of yours you’ll just cause drama between you and your girlfriend

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