Two of my "friends" like my close friend. They asked him out and he said no. Everyone knows he likes me, he said it. But just because you turns you down doesn't mean it's my fault. I encourage him to focus on other girls. The one girl glares at me and talks about me behind my back because he turned her down. The other girl recently was calling me a whore in context. I approached her on it. I wasn't pointing fingers or rude. I just told her that what she had said made me angry and upset. And that it seemed like she was calling me a whore and a slut. She responded by saying that she can't believe I took that seriously and she got mad at me. I don't know about you but that just says to me that she meant it that way. I was saying that she did. All I was saying was how I felt. You're supposed to be able to do that with friends right? All she had to say was that she didn't mean it that way and that she was sorry I took it that way. But no. She pulled the, "I can't believe you think that! I'm so mad at you now! I guess we weren't really friends..." card. What do you think? Was I wrong?
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