Friday, 9 January 2015

Besties and a groom

You meet a guy(or babe) you really like. You go on dates and form a friendship. You know that yeye kind of friendship you're so into each other but you still form just friends? Okay, good. So your best friend shows up at one at your dates and urges him to take you on a proper romantic date. You go "We're just friends" and she offers herself as a romantic date.

Fast forward. The sharp friend is becoming the bride and you're the CBM. It's a fortnight to the wedding, you have a talk with the groom and realise you've both been bottling emotions. You're very much in love with each other. It's not your bestie's fault you gave her "your" man on a platter of gold.

What would you do? Go for "your" man, at least they are not married yet or leave him to her? If you're like me and can't imagine it happening to you, how would you advise the CBM in that position?


Thanks for reading bloghearts. Now talk to me. I'll also share my opinion and how it ended in the comment section. Love love, Anuoluwapo.

*CBM = Chief bride's maid

10 comments:

Riike said...

I'll be CBM that wetin happen na?

Anonymous said...

That's why we should always pray not to "fi oko she boyfriend'
Again ladies should stop forming hard to get so as not to always lose out eventually. I don't blame the smart bestie @ all, she probably has been eyeing the bobo & seeing what her friend can see. She should go find another guy cos this one is so taken.

Olayinka Oloruntogbe said...

First of all, if the man truly loved me, he would never have gone for my friend in the first place. To even have gone as far proposing marriage to my bestie means he finds her a better choice of a life companion than me. Me I'll just count my loss and move the hell on while leaving them out of my life. What's the point pretending to be happy when I'm not?

Lohla Windfall said...

First of all the slow babe can like to take several seats, when she was forming we are just friends where were her emotions and brains? She should just swallow her feelings or wrap it up very well and dump it in the a little too late train. Once she's done that, she should wear her CBM dress with pride and serve her friend well on her wedding day shikena

Anuoluwapo said...

Lol. You don vex?

Anuoluwapo said...

But she should have known her bestie likes the guy. It isn't really her fault sha. Thank you

Anuoluwapo said...

The guy thought she friendzoned him but he should never have considered the bestie. Thanks for coming by Yinka, please don't go

Anuoluwapo said...

She was going to do that before she realised the guy loved her. It's sad that some people are slow. Not just when it has to do with love, they give theirs opportunities to others. Thanks for stopping by Lohla, please don't go

Anuoluwapo said...

I would never be the CBM because the moment I see them hanging out/serious is the end of my close friendship with them. I can't be forming friendship and make myself unhappy when they play love in my presence. No bad feelings but i'll be wishing them the very best from away. I would attend the wedding but not as the CBM

Anuoluwapo said...

The plot is from the movie, Something borrowed. How it ended: The guy had a talk with the "bride" on the morning of the wedding and they agreed to cancel. Apparently bride was even pregnant for another guy. "CBM" got her man back.