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However, that could be misinterpreted by Nick and eventually my friend, leading to more drama and weirdness and maybe even Nick thinking it's OK to take his dick out in front of me one day. What if he forgot to delete his old dating app profile? If you happen to be in the unfortunate position of having seen your friend's partner on a dating app, here are some things to consider before choosing a course of action: This sounds harsh, but I do think it's important to consider how well you actually know Nick's girlfriend before careening into action mode.
My first impulse would be to swipe right on hypothetical Nick and call him out on his BS. This would definitely explode in my face, and would be baseless.
If you saw Nick on a dating app with a "last active" indicator, check that. Maybe even text a close friend who you can trust — don't blow up your BFF's spot — about whether she knows anything about an open relationship.
First, make sure that the profile is real and current.
Here's the deal: Even if you are right, and Nick is a cheating loser, your friend is going to associate you with this terrible revelation, and will likely be mad at you too.
"The friendship has to be close enough that it’s worth taking the bullet," shares Golden.
"And as a friend, it’s imperative that you support your friend after delivering the news." I think Golden has it right — be as nonjudgmental and supportive of your friend as possible.