There is swearing, just a warning. I've been slowly coming to terms with being Bisexual (I think? Basically girls are the bomb. That much I am sure of.) I've slowly kind of been coming out (well, confusing-out really) to various persons. Funnily enough my male friends are the ones I'm most comfortable talking to about it. They've been super-supportive and pretty empowering actually. Their acceptance has really helped my mood and confidence about the whole thing. But for some reason I'm still nervous (SCARED) as heck to tell my girl-friends. Or my family. Perhaps because I've known them longer? Then this happened: I'd just gotten home from a night out (my 'out' to guy-friend night out), still a bit tipsy, and have this text conversation with a friend...Kelly we'll call her: Me: Yeah, how was the night for you? Good? Kelly: Yeah it was!! I'm glad you finally came out Now, of course my brain has been turning over and replaying my coming-out conversations I had this same night with a different friend. It's all I can think about. Do I assume she means 'I'm glad you came to drink with us'? No. I'm thinking 'I came out to Kelly? Finally? She had a suspicion all along?' I reply with: Me: Oh f*ck, did I? Me: Wait. Me: Shit. Realisation sets in. Me: You meant a different coming out. Many texts ensue, all from my side, she's taking way too long to respond. I write that I hope she hasn't hurt herself since she's taking forever. She replies 'No I'm fine! and yeah the night was good!' Did she actually miss what I said? Miss my slip up? Or is she politely ignoring it? I haven't seen her yet and don't know what to expect...she doesn't address my, well, you know. Or is it not as clear as I think it is? I'm worried and I don't know what to expect.