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Old 04-23-2013, 03:56 PM
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I'm not sure that it's a good idea to involve the other friends when it sounds like you and K (and possibly K's SO) still have things to work out. What does it have to do with them aside from the fact that they are your friends and are curious? It would make more sense to me to work things out with the people directly involved and then provide a (hopefully) more unified front to others. As it is, it sounds like it'll be a gang up on Mario session and what's the point of that? So, you had a crush! Geez! You didn't cheat, you didn't grab her out of the blue and try to kiss her. Unless there's a lot you're leaving out I agree that her feeling victimized seems weirdly over the top, and would even if none of you had ever heard of polyamory.
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