this guy has been my friend for 3yrs and counting and he has always made passes at me but I didn't want to get involved for fear of how he felt about his ex-girlfriend. So I went against my better judgement and we made a date to go out I had cancelled our first date but I had to have surgery but I didn't tell him why I had to cancel. So we made another date and this time he cancelled so i got mad because I felt like he was trying to get even. He shows up next time I see him with balloons and a card so I in turn went out and brought him some flowers and joking called him my love and then he stop asking my calls and wouldn't respond to my text so i haven't tried to get in touch with him for about a month so now I have lost my best friend I feel like he has gotten back together with his girlfriend whom cheated on him what do you think? I open up to all commentsView Thread
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