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4-02-2010 @ 6:27PM
You might want to think about how telling would reflect on you. If someone told me that they were told something in confidence, promised not to tell, and then told someone else, I wouldn't trust them with any secrets of mine. They may or may not care about him being in the guild before, but its not your place to tell other people, especially if you said you wouldn't.
4-02-2010 @ 7:22PM
IMO what you're saying is pretty subjective. Just this last week someone (in WoW) was telling my friends and guildies about how awful I was and that the shouldn't tell me. Frankly, if you tell all MY friends something opposite of what they believe and then tell them not to tell, do you honestly think they will care that you are confiding your feelings to them, and do you think for a moment they won't tell me? It made me laugh a sad little laugh for the guy. And as to not trusting them, I feel even moreso that they are friends for letting me know what was up. Telling isn't always bad (take the Drama Mamas from two weeks ago, for example). The anonymity of the internet makes people do funny things sometimes...Why do they call it common sense when it's really so uncommon?
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