to say "no comment" when a friend asked me about his lovelife

(5 Posts)
CoolToned Mon 19-Sep-16 12:12:56

problems that keep going on and on and on.

He met the guy in a dating site (well, more like a hookup site) last year and they were hook up buddies and my friend fell inlove but the guy didn't, until the guy got a boyfriend. Now the guy is back, and asked him for dinner, and he wants me to give my opinion, if it is weird that the guy asked him for dinner.

I'm just exasperated.

JellyBelli Mon 19-Sep-16 12:16:58

YANBU. I cant be doing with the constant analysis of the nuance, true meaning and what will happen next of every remark and look. Its wearing. The ex sounds like the sort of person that thinks 'any port in a storm.'

CoolToned Mon 19-Sep-16 12:20:05

Yeah, I think I am just so old for it. If this was a decade ago, I'd probably be willing to dissect the situation over and over and over times infinity, but dude, we're almost 40 now.

CitizenBloom Mon 19-Sep-16 12:20:13

Tell him you will only say this once. It is unwise to voluntarily re-engage in a situation where one person's feelings are deeply engaged, and the other one is only looking for sex between boyfriends. Was he hurt when he was ditched as a fuckbuddy when the other guy got a boyfriend last time? There is his answer. Sleeping with someone who regards you as a disposable sex toy isn't a magic way of making them fall in love with you.

Then refuse to discuss it ever again.

CoolToned Mon 19-Sep-16 21:21:13

Last night I told him it's going in circles again. He just replied, "hahaha" then proceeded to badger me with questions about what I think. I didn't reply.

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