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Crushing on my bestie's BF


 
I think I like my BFF’s BF. He’s into everything I’m into. I can’t stop thinking about him. What’s wrong with me?

 

Dear Guilty Pleasure,

Nothing is wrong with you, and it’s not really even wrong to like your friend’s boyfriend. In fact, it’s fairly common since a bud’s BF is easy to get to know. But it would be wrong to act on your feelings. Don’t flirt, and don’t confess all. Instead, be patient and keep your eyes open. Think of a guy in your school you’d like to know better. Say “hi” to him tomorrow and, soon, you may be thinking about him instead of a boy who is taken.
 
 
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