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by LunaEstrellas on 1/1/2013 2:45:47 PM
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by Jaime98766 on 11/28/2012 4:49:52 PM
dateing him, me and him are acting like best friends, jokeing around, pretending to be buddies (well, i'm pretending/mostly. he might not realize he probably is too) and a scary thing is that once in a while, i find myself thinking i could like him, but i brain-slap myself back to sanity and think to myself "no, we're ony friends because of victoria". but i don't really mean it when i think i like him, because obviously i dont. i think it's just that seeing him be so funny and a good bf to my best friend, who i would proect from anything, that it just seems like it. please help me from thinking like this!
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