Dear Ms. Disiac,
I am in some major need of advice here. I am really attracted to this guy (who happens to be younger than me and is my business partner in a small side business venture) and I would really like to make a move. I'd be willing to risk making things weird in our business relationship and I'd be willing to overlook the age difference in a heartbeat, except for one thing. My best friend totally likes the same guy. The three of us hang out all the time, and I don't know what to do. This girl is probably going to end up being my roommate this fall at college, and she's one of the best friends I've ever had. I really don't want to screw things up with her, but I am extremely attracted to this guy. My logic is telling me to bow out, and that would be a lot easier if he wasn't such a flirt and a tease. However, every other part of me is telling me to go for him. Any advice would be much appreciated. -
Dear Third Person,
You're playing with fire here for many different reasons. You should follow your own logic here. Realize that he's enjoying this whole situation. If he were seriously interested in one of you, he would have already let you know. He's king of the hill right now and he may not want to come down. There's a lot at stake here, between friendship, business and living situations. If you are a real woman you will take logic in this situation and walk away.
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