2-4 weeks ago(Every day is the same, so can't be sure) I saw a friend comming out of the shop outside of school with our other friend. It was the straw that broke the camel's back. Over a long period of time, I saw friend A give friend B much more attention than friend A was giving me, even though I've known both of them longer than they have known each other, and friend A even longer. If I suggest something to do, friend A "cba", is tired, doesn't like a part of it, and so on. If I am sitting in a cubicle in the library, they'd come and sit by me, sure, but then they'd go and read. However, when I catch them, they're talking about something, and most of the time will start reading once I get there, but not instantly, so that I could say that I "caught" them, but slowly, so that it'd seem "natural", the "right thing to do" or something. I also find out that friend A actually likes some of the things which friend A had previously said didn't like. A type of music, taking the bus, types of jokes, and subjects of conversation. When I bring it up, friend A says "I assumed you knew." (Or versions thereof.) Although it would look like I'm damning friend B for the actions of friend A, I notice friend B is in on it. Friend B also does similar things, with the "cba" and so on. Just alot more subtle than friend A. Maybe friend B is more "evil". Sure, in itself, each is harmless, but when put together, I see signs. A pattern. But, the problem is, now I miss them. I know I shouldn't even bother-- Neither of them has even asked me why I walked past them without greeting them. Neither of them has even shown a hint of desire to even try to find out what is wrong. Not unexpected, I guess, if I'm right. Am I paranoid, or did I escape?