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Old 07-25-2004, 04:48 AM   #1
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Well today when I was at my work I seen 2 of my friends at the gas station (where I work) and they were checking out the chicks and my good friend went up to a chick in a truck hit on her alittle got her number called her that night we picked her up and headed down to a big party that was happening.....little did she know my friend has a girlfriend. I kinda kept my mouth shut cause he was my friend and he wanted like a 1 night stand with this chick.....so we went to the party and such then for some odd reason his girlfriend and the group of people we usually hang out with found this party.........omg they were so amazinly pissed his girlfriend and the group we usually hang out with were all suppost to move in together but now there all mad at me and my friend cause he was with another chick.....the thing that pisses me off is that there all mad at me cause I didn't tell that other chick he had a girlfriend when he dont even call her his girlfriend I dunno I'm just really pissed cause now there all mad at me and dont ever wana see me again when I was just a guy looking for a place to party with my friends........its his life I shouldn't have to tell him what he has to do and crap like that.........I dunno what to do in this situation I really like hanging out with those people and now there all so mad.......plus there all mad at the girl he was with when she didn't even know he had a girlfriend

I need advise what should I do in this situation?
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Let things settle, and let them know what you think without pissing them off more. If they can't figure out he'* the a-hole, get more mature friends.
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I feel so bad cause I told his girlfriend (which is very pretty and a very very nice person) that he didn't do that stuff like a week ago and now shes all depressed and wants to jump off a bridge! Shes all like dont ever come over never call the house again I dont ever wana see you again you stood up for him I'm so mad.....I was just like yo I dont tell people how to run thier lives and if I did it would make very little influence as it is plus I have already told him about things like this and there were other people there that knew he had a girlfriend also and never said anything but there really not in our imediate hang-out group. I just hope it passes by and I can be forgiven. Plus they made me give that one inoccent girl home and were all calling her a **** and stuff when she really aint even like that at all..........o well I got $20 for taking her home (I never noticed she gave me $20 for taking her home till I checked my pocket lol) $20 for a ride home wow did I get lucky Well I'll see whats going down tommorrow
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Definitely wait it out a day or two, especially in the off-chance that there was considerable alcohol consumption happening at this particular gathering. You're in a tough spot, but obviously your buddy is the one that made the bad decision and created the conflict. It sounds like he'* not too serious about his "girlfriend", and maybe it'* better she found that out now. However, remember that anytime you cover for someone, you are involving yourself in the situation regardless! Good luck -
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Definitely wait it out a day or two, especially in the off-chance that there was considerable alcohol consumption happening at this particular gathering. You're in a tough spot, but obviously your buddy is the one that made the bad decision and created the conflict. It sounds like he'* not too serious about his "girlfriend", and maybe it'* better she found that out now. However, remember that anytime you cover for someone, you are involving yourself in the situation regardless! Good luck -
Thanks for the luck man I'll need it another thing thats messed up is..........

The girl he brought to the party is 15 well he brought 2 15 year olds one went off with another guy
He is 17 (18 in like 10 days)
His girlfriend is 18
I am 18
His girlfriends friend (the one mainly pissed at me) is 18
15 is alittle young dont ya think for someone that is gona be 18 eh? She was a cutie tho

O ya and (this may get confusing) his girlfriends friend'* boyfriend went off with another chick at that party right in front of her cause she was pissed he stood up for my/well our friend......wow messed up eh..........all in all this was one whacked out party there were so many old people there (old enough to drink 21+) and it was weird parting with some 30-45 year old men and women only like 25 people underage there and like 20 grown-ups
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Scottydl had the right advice that when you cover for someone you involve yourself in the situation. With that being said, if you were a real friend to either the guy or the "very very nice girl" you should have said something to him. I have a friend that was going to do the same thing and have a one night stand and I could have just let her make her own mistakes but I was a friend and told her to really think about what she was doing and warned her of the consequences. Fortunately, she did not go through with it and thanked me for being a good friend. Had she gone ahead with the fling at least I knew that she had given thought to the outcome.
Being a good friend isn't always easy but it is easier than having all of your friends mad at you because you look like you condoned your friends actions.

I would wait a day or two and try to make amends with your friends.
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killer, I been in some sticky situations before, and the best advice I got for anyone that is mad at you, screw them! He was wrong for doing that, but your not his daddy or mommy. And what was his girlfriend doing at that party anyways?
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killer, I been in some sticky situations before, and the best advice I got for anyone that is mad at you, screw them! He was wrong for doing that, but your not his daddy or mommy. And what was his girlfriend doing at that party anyways?
The guys girlfriend is entitled to go to a party with a group of friends just because her so called boyfriend isn't with her.
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killer, I been in some sticky situations before, and the best advice I got for anyone that is mad at you, screw them! He was wrong for doing that, but your not his daddy or mommy. And what was his girlfriend doing at that party anyways?
The guys girlfriend is entitled to go to a party with a group of friends just because her so called boyfriend isn't with her.
Yea, "friends", riiiiiight. Especially at a party. I hate it when the blame is put all on the guy and the girl comes off scott free. Yea, it was bad what he did, but other questions need to be answerd also.
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killer wrote: "his girlfriend and the group of people we usually hang out with found this party.........omg they were so amazinly pissed his girlfriend and the group we usually hang out with were all suppost to move in together but now there all mad at me and my friend cause he was with another chick...."

She was with their usual group of friends. The boyfriend was out scamming a one night stand and got caught. What is to defend here. Killer'* friend was in the wrong and it caused a bunch of crap to blow up. If Killer'* friend wasn't serious about his "girlfriend" he should have had the balls to tell her he was going to start seeing other people. It is that simple. Killer only was involved because he helped cover for his buddy. The girlfriend as killer put it is very very nice and she got hurt in this mess. Killer was a victim of circumstances and he is suffering the consequences also. Killers friend is the one that caused all this bs to take place.
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