I've known my husband's friend, W, for at least 11 years (since hubby and I got together). I've always thought W was weird and I always got this funny feeling around him but for the last year or so it's been getting worse. He's always been one of those people you can call on for help and he always gives me gifts out of the blue but my husband says that before I came around his friend was never like that; that he was one cold fish and that I'm the only person he's ever seen him act this way towards. I always used to say it doesn't matter and who cares but lately I've noticed a change in his friend. We became friends on a social media site two months ago and every time I've seen him since then I've noticed some strange things that send up warning flags but I don't know if it's just my husband's paranoia or if it's instinct. His friend keeps saying all these things that I have written on my profile, not word for word but it's close enough to make me nervous in a way. He started talking about all this music I like (and I like some odd things; it's old stuff, mostly, and never really was very popular) and hubby says that he always thought his friend absolutely hated that stuff. He started talking about agnosticism (also on my profile) and he was always mum on the subject before. I always thought he was just being friendly before but now I notice that he'll do anything to agree with me; even about mundane, stupid stuff like ice cream preference. He doesn't talk about other girls (except to say how disgusted he is by gold-diggers or loose women) and he's been single for 9 years now. He compliments me left and right, not looks but to say how smart and talented I am. And, worst of all, any display of affection I show towards my husband seems to make W very uncomfortable. He's never come out and said anything directly but he has made it clear by his reaction to me just holding my husband's hand (frowning and turning away). Am I just going crazy? Am I worrying needlessly?
- No, don't worry about itVote A
- Yes, you should be worriedVote B
- I don't knowVote C
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No this is not reaction that should be displayed by a " friend " . This action is much more than that of a friend regardless to how long you two have known each other. In my opinion your hubby is right , this guy has it for you.1