My boyfriend doesn't invite me out with our mutual friends if he best friend (female) is going to be there. He invites me to every other party, outing, family events and shows me off but if she puts a night together with all our mutual friends she won't invite me and he doesn't either. When we first started talking she found out at a party and started screaming "slut". I approached her and the one to defend me was my exboyfriend. The next day she apologized and we have been civil. I was at her Halloween party and she was nice. It's clear to me she likes him though. I don't know where his heads at with it? Should I just move on? And I have talked to him about it and he invited me to the last party but she didn't show. Today is the biggest bar night and my exboyfriend has asked me what I'm doing but my current boyfriend has not -_- she made plans with him on Facebook to go out with all of our mutual friends
Why does he not invite me out with her?
What Guys Said 1
Your boobs are too big for her to handle without flipping out.
That's my theory, at least.0
What Girls Said 3
Wow he sounds like an asshole sorry but its true , s econd thing don't go out with him start talking to your ex because your bf is being a douche and neglecting you over his best friend beside you are his girlfriend your suppose to be his only best friend he does not need her because the reason why you guys got together is because you love each other , if he can't change and no it stop talking to her ! eave him because you will end up hurt I promise you one of these days there gonna be more then best friends 🙅And at the party your ex protected you but your bf didn't it seems like your bf does not care what his best friend thinks. if you guys want to stay together also tell him to invite you to where he goes or else try making a boy best friend and see if he starts doing the same your doing its like killing two birds with one stone.😂0
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