1. What happens between Will and the Group of Friends that makes them stop talking to each other?
Will and the Group of friends stop talking to each other for a number of reasons. First, Will wrote a letter to the school newspaper defending Tiny's right to be both large and gay. Second, one of the Group of Friends confronted Will about the letter. Will replied with an unsavory epithet and stormed off.
2. Why does Will make a point not to have Tiny be his one and only friend?
Will makes a point not to have Tiny as his one and only friend because Tiny enjoys being the center of attention. Given that being the center of attention is totally normal for Tiny, Will makes sure to have other friends in his life.
3. Why does Will not want Tiny to make outlandish displays about being in love around him?
Will doesn't want Tiny to make outlandish displays about being in love around him because it makes people think that Tiny is in love with Will instead of his crush-of-the-moment. Will has enough problems with girls without them also thinking that he's gay.
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