Two of my friends and I can tell that something is wrong with our other friend (let's call him Bob), because he has been really snappy with us and acting very different lately. The thing is we all work on the crew of our school musical and he is the manager, next year he is leaving and so he will no longer be manager. The three of us confronted him about being so rude to us, and he completely avoided the topic by claiming he was just being more harsh on us to prepare us for next year when he won't be there. Then the teacher walks in and overhears the end of the conversation and says that we can talk to him too, if we need to. Wanting to not talk about this in front of the teacher my two friends and I just agree and leave. As we are leaving Bob says to us that if we have any further problems or questions we can email him. That almost insulted me because we are not students asking our teacher about why we did not do so well on the last test. We are his friends who just want to talk face to face with him. At the time we just agreed and left. We just want to know what's wrong so that we can be there for him. We are trying to be as nice as possible but we are getting frustrated with the way he is treating us. And we would put up with his attitude if he would just be straight with us, and not play these guessing games. How can my friends and I get Bob to open up? We thought about inviting him to dinner with the three of us so that we could talk in depth without other people and teachers listening. We are just trying to think of the best way to handle this.
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