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A HEART shaped necklace :o now theyre going to elope have 6 kids and be like it all started with that one necklace. Yeah. You dont read too much into things or anything.

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er...might this be for a special occasion? if yes, who cares? ive got my female friends better gifts than their boyfriends before, only because i care about them as friends, and the boyfriends are stingy douches.

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Stingy douches? Maybe the girls legitimately don't want fancy gifts from their boyfriends. Maybe he doesn't have very much money. Maybe he just wants to show that material things don't matter. Just because you get what you think is a "better" gift, doesn't mean their boyfriend is stingy. Sorry about ranting.

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66 - I'm sort of getting an idea of how the dynamic of relationships work. Most girls are bit he's that want material things. Guys enjoy loving and don't think materials are important. When the girl does not love the guy he cheats. Girls want things from guys and do not receive so do not love the guy and cheat to get stuff like this stupid necklace. Guys are the jerks or the women? I say women.

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I don't see anything wrong with it because we don't know the whole story. Was it the girl's birthday? Is the friend straight or is he gay? I can't really judge til I know the full story. I gave a friend of mine (girl but she is bi and I'm bi) a heart necklace but it was for her birthday and I do love her, yet as a friend. Why does giving a heart pendant have to seem like the guy wants to get with her? Maybe he loves her like a friend. There are guys that do love girls as just friends. Kind of like a brotherly, sisterly love.

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you're retarded. your solution is to dump her because she sees no harm in receiving a necklace from her best guy friend. way to go. I bet you haven't had many girls.

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I don't care how in love she is with OP, how could you not see someone essentially declaring a love for her as a nonexistent threat? But maybe that's just me being male and not understanding that a heart is in fact not relative to love and is just meant to be a token a friendship :| Explanation?

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My best guy friend gave me a necklace once and my ex went mental about it.. My best friend is gay! OP may be overreacting or he may be totally justified, nothing is ever black and white. If it was a gift for no reason I'd be pissed but if it's her birthday or something and her friend knew she wanted that specific necklace I don't really see the problem.

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I'm thinking of it in the fashion aspect. For instance, a lot of people wear crosses on necklaces as fashion accessories; not necessarily because they're religious. So I'm thinking she could wear the heart because it's cute and not because she's in love with the friend.

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Skank... You are what's wrong with the world. Women like you fuck over people too often. You will never be satisfied, therefore you will never be happy.

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of all the things that they put on necklaces why would this guy pick a heart if it didn't mean something more? though I might be biased because an "innocent" heart bracelet was given to my ex by the guy she dumped me for when we had been together for almost a year.

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god everyone calm down! my best guy friend hand made a pair of gold earrings for me and my bf didn't get all mad. maybe the guy-friend is like a brother to her just like my guy-friend is to me. you can accept and give gifts without it being romantic.

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No shit man... something similar to this happened to me like 2 months ago with me, my ex, and her bestfriend (now boyfriend), I ignored it, tsk tsk tsk.

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Y'know, the heart motif in jewelry can also stand for a strong friendship too. Just sayin', I see a lot of necklaces and even lockets with an engraving or inlay of "Best Friends" or "Friends Forever" that have a heart shape.

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118- But it doesn't have an engraved "friends forever. 122- There's a huge difference in using a heart in a text and buying a heart shaped necklace for someone. 133- Obviously OP doesn't think the guy friend is gay, otherwise this wouldn't be an FML.

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Seriously. I love heart necklaces, so unless the guy friend was actually showing other signs that he wanted to be more than friends with me, I would just assume he was being nice and knew what I liked. I suppose if he randomly got it for her with absolutely no occasion and he does things like this somewhat often, then I would wonder.

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and 176, that's nice that you think of your other that way, but not everybody only wants one person to be close to. It's okay to be like best friends with people other than whoever you're with, even if they're the opposite sex. And what if you ever break up? Then you don't have anybody that you're close to. What then?

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vanillagirl, my best friend is female, I'm a straight guy, she's been in a relationship for 6 months with her boyfriend, I'm still one of her best friends but of course by the look of things you would have to have the point if view you do because of who your boyfriend is (I'm guessing extremely popular with all the girls wanting him). Sometimes a person can have a really close friendship with a friend of the opposite sex and still have a healthy relationship with their partner

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this is why people dont understand why relationships dont last anymore and everyone is getting divorced.. people need to understand that a serious relationship.. not just a stupid high school one.. will only last if both partners make an effort and sacrifices... accepting a necklace from another guy is a recipe for disaster.. me and my gf only have out with our close group of friends of the same sex and everything is perfect that way.... i hang out with my guy friends when im not with her.. and she hangs out with her girlfriends and we are happy

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Regardless of the other guy's intentions, he should trust his girlfriend likes it because it's a cute necklace worth wearing and not the possible symbolism, plus it shouldn't matter unless she actually cheats. There is nothing wrong with wearing a gift. If a girl gave it to her no one would think twice. Maybe the girl were a secret lesbian, but no one thinks of that. It doesn't matter either way.

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It's not the same if a guy gets a heart shaped necklace. She might just like hearts, but most guys would only wear a heartshaped necklace if they loved the person that gave it. (there are exceptions of course...)

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55- My best guy friend gave me a heart shaped necklace before. It's nothing more than that, just friendship. We make plans with each other all the time, but it's never a one-on-one thing. Nothing more than a tight bond between friends.

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