Tuffy Luv Sez: Tattletales No Have Friends

Dear Tuffy Luv,
My best friend just moved in with her boyfriend and I feel left out. We always used to hang out together. Now she mostly hangs out with him. We all go to the same school so I try to still have lunch with her and everything but it isn’t the same.
Her boyfriend is okay but she acts differently with him. And besides they’re way too young to live together. Plus her parents think she’s living with a female roommate not with him. I’m worried about her. What should I do? Should I tell them?
Left Out
Dear Left Out,
Sucks that you miss her, but don’t totally ruin her life over it. Geez. You don’t want her to live with him. I get that. But it sounds like it’s mostly because it’s a bummer for her and not because you’re actually worried. So, like, get over it.
Sorry. I know that’s not what you wanted to hear. Maybe she’s too young to live this guy, maybe not. Definitely she should tell her parents. If she’s mature enough to do it, she’s mature enough to say it. But, frankly, it’s none of your flooping business. So back off.
Be ready to be there for her in case it falls through. And in the meantime, tell her (in a NON-JUDGEMENTAL and NON-CLINGY way) that you miss spending time with her and set up some frienddates.
And, seriously. Tell her parents = ruin your friendship. For realz. Chillax.
Hearts & Skulls,
Tuffy Luv
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