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Dear Dish-It, Should I Beat Him Up?


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Dear Dish-It,

I have a friend who's a girl. I'm a guy. We've been friends for a year and a half now. We've hugged once. Anyway, she's goin' out with someone. I like her. I've seen them hug and kiss in front of me. They do that all the time in front of me! When I see it, I get REALLY mad. I wanna beat him up. Should I?
ps2fan


Dear ps2fan,

If you would like to continue your friendship with this girl, I suggest you avoid beating up her boyfriend. Girls can be weird about stuff like that and will often take offense to their over-protective, jealous friends beating up their boyfriends. Beating up the guy who she's seeing will only make her closer to him and more distant from you. If you truly care about her, you'll stick it out as her friend, be there when she needs you and maybe, just maybe, you'll have a shot with her in the future. But for the time being, you're just going to have to chill. I know it sucks to have to witness the girl of your dreams in someone else's arms, but that's just part of life, you know? If you don't think you can stand by without causing some sort of bodily harm to your friend's BF, then you should probably take a breather from hanging out with the two of them. Good Luck!


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