It wasn't too big a deal for me as we hadn't gone out long and I didn't feel that much chemistry with her romantically so being friends worked fine.. Until one day as we were having a normal text conversation she brought up that she was "lonely without me the other night". I said that I didn't know how to respond to that and she reacted embarrassingly. From her exes she was use to "breaking up" but not really "breaking up" if you get me and I don't do that dance. Period. Too much emotional baggage gets tied up when you start playing that game.
But anyway, ever since that text she's been contacting me less and less and I can tell that she doesn't want to bother with keeping me as a friend. That's fine, I can understand. The problem is that I had left a few articles of clothing and a small bundle of my best friends dvds at her apartment a few weeks before we mutually decided continuing a relationship wasn't for the best.
I can live without a few bits of my wardrobe but the small bundle of dvds isn't even mine but my best friends and he paid a lot for those movies so I feel like I owe it to him to return his dvds. The issue is I don't know how to kindly ask for my stuff back from her or rather my friends stuff back. Does anyone have any suggestions? I don't want to be a prick about it but I just want to be able to get my friends dvds back.
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I was in a similar position last year. I texted him saying that I was looking for a couple of books and couldn't find them. I asked if he had see them. He responded with a yes (I knew they were there though). Then I asked if there would be a convenient time for me to get them and offered lunch as a point of exchange. In your case you could add that your friend was looking for them, just incase there are hard feelings and she is thinking of keeping them.0