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What should I do about my horrible "friend"?
I don't know what to do. Do I put my anger behind me? After all, it's not ME she's hurting. I love children, and would love to be involved with the baby, and this girl, but I really don't know if I can face having her rubbing her �300k house and cars in my face . I also really like the guy involved. He's really sweet and kind, and we get on really well. I feel that he's been made a REAL fool of (and it also transpires that he was living with his fiancee of 5 years the day before moving in with my ex flatmate!) What do you think I should do? I really need an objective view on the situation!
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If theguy met her from that website he must know her intentions but maybe its a price he is willing to pay?
She sounds horrible and if there is one thing I believe in its karma. She will get her just desserts.
If money really makes her so happy (especially the way she got it!) she is a very sad individual.
If this man left his fiancee for her then he deserves everything he has coming to him. Which is, no doubt, she will leave him and demand half the value of the house and child maintainence payments for the next 16 years.
I dont hink you should do anything but have as little to do with her as possible.
mycatis: Yes, he was. I didn't really see it like that... Good point!
jay139: Calm yourself down. My definition of friendship certainly isn't one where my ex flatmate ditches me without paying rent just because she's got her own situation sorted via internet prostitution. p.s It's spelled "you're".