I’ve been friends with her since we were in college. She and my sister were roommates so I’ve spent a lot of time with her eating take outs and pizza. We’ve shared all those tough time in college and broke months, post-graduation. In most romantic movies, she and I would’ve ended up together but sadly this is real life. I was offered a year of internship in Madrid and it would be stupid of me to turn it down. When I got back after the program, she was already with someone. Come two years after, here I am planning her engagement party. It was a favor asked by her fiance. Kind of a surprise from the people she’s closest with. My sister is so stoked about it while I am...well sulking most times. I know it’s too late for me to say something. But when I consulted a top foreign dating coach, he said I still had a chance. I don’t know if I should cross the line. Other friends would say we were the almost lovers who wasted time waiting for each other. Does that mean she liked me too? Can I still tell her what I feel?
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