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Dear Dish-It, My BFF Told My Crush I Like Him


Dear Dish-It, is here to whisper "ttyl after I've thought about this some more".


Dear Dish-It,

My so-called BFF told my crush I liked him. Not that bad, right? WRONG!!! I was at my grandma's and it was his 15th b-day. My BFF dared me to call him, so I did. I said Happy B-day but my BFF gave him a little more than he wanted. She told him I liked him. He was surprised and now we can't even look at each other w/o it feeling weird. Oh, yeah. HE LIVES RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET FROM ME! What do I do?
Karma


Dear Karma,

You're right. Your BFF isn't a very good friend if she is going around making things awkward between you and your crush. So you should definitely let her know that you are not a happy camper after what she did. She may already realize she did a stupid thing but if she doesn't see anything wrong with her actions, then maybe you should give the title orf BFF to someone else. As for your crush, just start saying hello and act like he is any other boy on the block. Sooner or later the tension will melt. Just be thankful your BFF didn't tell the whole neighborhood who you like or what color underwear you're wearing!


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