A Letter To My Bestfriend's Boyfriend
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A Letter To My Bestfriend's Boyfriend

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A Letter To My Bestfriend's Boyfriend

Dear Bestfriend Stealer,

Haha just kidding...sort of. So you're the person who has stumbled into the life of my best friend and is recently stealing all of our "we" time. Lucky you, you're dating one hell of a person. Let's get some things straight first. Number 1, I'm very protective of my best friend, she's been in my life for many many years.

Number 2, I'm going to be very skeptical of you at first, may not even like you , but I'll come around, because what my best friend cares about, I care about.

Number 3, I will always stand up for my best friend and our friends. If you're being a jerk to my best friend or any of our friends I will call you out for it, and not feel bad about it for one second.

All of that aside, I'm not as scary and judgmental as I sound. Will I get jealous at times? Of course, but I'll get used to sharing my time. I really do hope w can become friends because let's be honest it makes third wheeling a lot better and because if my best friend likes you, and I like her, there must be something I like about you too. We always joke that we date people that are quite similar to each other, so you and me have a lot in common.

I'll also give you some tips. Ice cream solves everything. She likes Ben an Jerry's Half Baked (who doesn't?!) and Netflix movies. She doesn't cry too much, but when she does something is seriously wrong; just hug her until she feels like talking. She's always right too, just trust me on this one.

Finally, boy let me tell you, you are dating one amazing gal. She has been there for me so many countless times, to comfort me, to congratulate me, to make me laugh, even to make me cry sometimes, and now she's there for you for all of that too. I'm sure you've heard it: break her heart, I'll break your face, and while that's not literally true, you won't need my help to know you screwed up losing her. She's a ball of happiness and fun; you'll never have a dull moment with her. Her family will most likely intimidate you at first but will soon become your second set of parents, I know they sure have for me. I was worried I was going to have to share my love for her with you, but I'm slowly realizing, none of that has to change, she'll just have twice the love.

Oh and I'm apologizing now for all the 2a.m. phone calls and spontaneous trips to see each other you'll have to endure now.


Her Bestfriend

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