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Dear Dish-It, My Friend Tells My Crush All My Secrets


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Dear Dish-It,

My best friend is real good friends with my crush. I'm always getting into arguments with my crush... and my friend is always telling my crush all my secrets. My crush has a lot of friends and is really popular. He tells everyone about my secrets. I've told my friend time and time again not to tell him, but she won't stop. What should I do?
Really Confused


Dear Really Confused,

You really are confused if you can't figure this one out. Stop telling your best friend your secrets! If you can't get a plug into her mouth, then maybe you should plug your own. But more important than that, I don't think you need this best friend art all. Where I come from, best friends don't tell each other's secrets to the rest of the world. Sure, people make mistakes and can accidentally blurt stuff out without meaning to, but this BFF of yours sounds like she's got no off switch. And as for the crush? No to him too! Why would you even want to date a guy who blabs the most private details of your life to the whole school? If he was a decent guy, he would've told your BFF to shut her trap. Sorry, but you need to raise your expectations when it comes to friends and boyfriends. Neither of them sound very cool, so I suggest you look around and see what other options are starin' ya in the face.


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