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My best-friend might have confessed to me that she likes me.


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So me(F) and my best-friend(F) got drunk together a few days ago. I got super drunk and I was dancing in the living room with our other friend. Because I was very drunk I don't know if I remember the next event correctly, but she came up to me and said she needed to tell me a secret and told me she liked me.

Now, our friendship over the past few years has been rocky but we've talked everything out over the last few months and are very close now. In my language saying "I like you" could both mean romantically but also just the other person thinking you're nice. I don't know which one she meant because I was to drunk to notice what she just said so I just told her I loved her in a friend way.

I also had the feeling she'd been semi-flirting with me all night, like constantly touching me or wanting to dance with me. A few hours later she had to throw up and she told me she wanted me to send our other friends away.

When I woke up the next morning I suddenly realized what happened the night before and felt stupid for not asking her about what she meant. It's a few days later and she hasn't mentioned anything about it and I am too scared to ask because I'm scared I will *** up our friendship, but on the other hand I wanna know. It keeps running through my mind.

A few facts important to this situation: Me and her are both bisexual, so I'm sure her being attracted to girls is very plausible. She has a boyfriend, which means I have no intention of getting into a relationship with her, even though she told me her boyfriend isn't opposed to opening their relationship.

Please tell me what you guys think I should do. I need to know if I'm overreacting and she just meant it in a friend way, or if she actually like likes me. Thanks in advance.

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