friend kissed friends girlfriend

@timmons (120)
United States
December 30, 2008 12:19pm CST
I am the kind of guy who prefers to keep a small group of close friends. I have 2 friends that I would consider brothers, we have known each other since childhood and are very close. We are all now in our late 20's and still hang out a lot, well...we were all at a bar last weekend when I saw my friend and my other friends girlfriend kiss. I know this was a freak thing and that the 2 are not romantically involved, I am the only one who even remembers what happened. Should I tell my friend what I saw or keep it to myself and let it slide?
3 responses
@artemis432 (7474)
• Abernathy, Texas
2 Jan 09
If they kissed I would guess that there is some attraction there and if they were willing to act on it enough to kiss then they may act on it for other things as well. Even if they're not romantically involved. I suppose you could start with talking to your friend who kissed the other's girl at the bar and ask him what the deal is. If you guys are as close as brothers, perhaps he should be willing to tell your friend that he kissed the girl.
• Abernathy, Texas
2 Jan 09
I know you say you're the only one who remembers - which indicates they were drinking. Who knows what might happen or what has already happened if they drink so much again they black out what's happening? You could still ask though, tell him what you remember and he perhaps doesn't and ask if there is any attraction there deep down...and how deep that attraction runs - physical - feelings involved?
@leighz (456)
29 Jan 12
It's hard to confront someone when you have established a good relationship with. However, the situation could turn worst, bonds could break. Men don't reconcile as easy as women. You should talk to your friend ask him to stay away from your other friend's girlfriend. It's not possible that they dont remember "the kiss" unless they were seconds away from passing out.
@liisafiat (660)
• Latvia
30 Dec 08
What a situation! Why can`t I see such situations in my life?? Well, maybe to keep silent? But from the other side...Those two met in a bar, and kissed: they are trying to become close?? THEN TELL YOUR FRIEND WHAT YOU SAW. So that he decides what to do next with his `lady`. ;) Good luck. PS. A good friend is not the one who helps to avoid dramatic moments and hurt his friends, but a good friend is the one who makes and do WHAT IS THE best for his friend. You might hurt him, but it will be better for him to know what really happened!