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DrinkJack

Tough one ... good advice above, so I won't go there. Instead, I will point out what you really should have done. You should have walked over to their table and snapped a photo for future black mail opportunities.

teahouseblossom

Yeah, that is awkward.

I'd probably be a coward and say nothing. I mean, you're friends with him, right? If I were friends with the fiancee, it would be a no-brainer - I'd tell her. But if you don't know her so well, your only options are really to talk to him or keep your mouth shut.

Leah

If he's doing what you think he's doing, he shouldn't be getting married anytime soon. I'd say bring it up casually and see if he fesses. Sometimes people in that type of situation just need to be called out before they can do the hard work of either dumping the girlfriend or dumping the fiancee. Ugh.

marshmallow

hmm. this is difficult. i am inclined to give him the benefit of doubt, but if the curiosity is eating you alive...well, if it were me, i'd call him and make a big joke about how he had a 'date' with a busty blonde, just to wind him up - i don't see him owning up to cheating even if he was.

girl

My 20 cents? Call him and ask what was going on. Tell him exactly what you said here--that you adore his fiancee and that you feel sick about suspecting him, but that he was acting guilty and that it made you suspicious. He's your friend, and you have the right (some might say the responsibility) to ask him what is going on.

Don't threaten...just ask. It isn't about deciding beforehand what you'll do if his answer reflects less-than-honorable behavior. Assume he is going to reassure you that all is okay. If you don't feel reassured, then start thinking more.

Like I said, more than 20 cents, but...wow. I hate situations like that.

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