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9-26-2011 @ 1:43PM
Solid advice over all, but for me it just reinforces the perils of deception.On the one hand, you both knew going into it that it was a joke, that you were having a little fun at the expense of others, though in hind-sight you can see it probably was a set up for a drama bomb. You did, after all, decive them.On the other hand, the masquerade has developed a bit of reality for you. I agree whole-heartedly with Robin, you and your friend need to talk, and text is NOT adequate. Get on the phone, or if IRL is possible, meet someplace and lay it out. Don't be over the top, just be honest, and be very aware that it may NOT be real for her, and ACCEPT HER FEELINGS. Good luck, laddiebuck.
9-26-2011 @ 1:57PM
Sorry, but I agree with GuyverIV. Both of these people deceived friends and guildies. Now that they don't even know if the other is being truthful.Personally, I would suggest just stepping up and being honest first with each other then with the guild. Try to resolve it in the most adult way possible and accept the forgiveness and/or punishment of each other and the guild.Best of luck to you, I doubt it will be easy, but will be well worth it in the end.
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