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I think before you say anything to your crush you should
talk to your BFF. Strong friendships will always be more important than boys,
because boys will come and go but your girlfriends will always be there for
Chat with your BFF in private and tell her that you don’t
want to make her upset but you have a crush on her brother. Say that you wanted
to tell her first because her opinion and friendship means a lot to you. You
can finish by asking her if she would be OK with you pursuing something more
with her brother or not.
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