Hey everyone... Ok this one actually doesn't have to deal with me and a man it has to do with a friend. So I went out to Ohio to see a friend of mine and I thought I was going to spend some quality friend time with her. Well I get there and surprise... She has a man living with her. She has known him for two weeks. He thinks he's a cowboy a real man but heres the kicker... He's 42 doesn't have a job, doesn't have any money, and oh lost his license. On top of this, he only wants to listen to his music and acts like he rules her house when he isn't even paying the rent. When we went out on St. Paddy's night he became really angry why... because the attention wasn't on him. He demanded that we leave the place where we seeing a band. I told my friend I wasn't ready to leave so he caused drama and took her outside and started a fight with her. There she is out in the street crying and saying everything is her fault like she's acting so desperate in front of him. DS friends I'm not sure what to do she wants me to like this dude but I think he is a shmuck and could possibly be an abuser by the way he degrades her and treats her. The last time she dated a guy like this he was an ex-convict and lived with us in school. It was a crazy situation. Her and I ended up not talking for a year. Should I really tell her how I feel or just pretend and ignore his assbackwards behavior?
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