||[Apr. 9th, 2007|06:43 pm]
The Question Club
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I haven't talked to a friend of mine in a year and a half.
We used to be best friends, and we practically dated for quite a few months. He's a really great guy, and we knew pretty much everything about each other. However, he got really into alcohol and partying. I hated him when he drank, despite the fact that he was still really sweet to me when he drank, and after one bad night, I stopped talking to him.
He said "hi?" the next day on MSN, but since then, he hasn't tried to talk to me. Most people know that I'll talk to people when I'm ready, though.
I'm happy without him in my life, but sometimes I'm wondering why we purposely do not talk to one another. We have mutual friends, and we've seen each other about five times since we stopped talking, but we've never said a word or really looked at each other.
The problem is that he still turns into an idiot when he drinks. I saw him at a small house party a few weeks ago, and everyone said that was the worst he's ever been. (He got violent when his friends tried to take him home.) I can't stand seeing him like that, and I worry excessively about him when I know he's drinking.
I've been told (quite a few months ago) that he drove by my house whenever he was in the area. He also still has me added to MSN, despite the fact that I deleted him over a year ago; he's the type of person to know who is on his MSN.
I just think it's kind of weird that we don't talk, even though we still have mutual friends. He's not as close with them anymore, though.
I can't decide whether or not I should get in touch with him again. I think it'd be too awkward to talk in person (especially since we're never near each other, even when we're at the same place), so online would be the route to go.
But should I even talk to him? And if I do, what would I say?