being friends first a bad idea...??
March 11, 2007 3:40am CST
i read somewhere that once you have entered the 'friendzone' with a girl or boy...your chances of being with that person becomes less and less.... wat do u ppl think??
13 Mar 07
Well my fiancé and I started out as friends (internet friends if you like) we were both in relationships, we helped each other through some rough times and were there for the good times too. We were basically there for each other no matter what (as I am for all my close friends) after we had both become single things started to change between and we decided to hook up, that was over 5 yrs ago and we are still going strong. If we hadn't been friends first I'm not so sure things would have worked out as well as they have.
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6 Mar 08
Depends on how you flirt, I say. Some guys that meet women, they start out as friends, but they are people pleaser s, they get scared of offending, or even going as far as flirting. They get stuck in the friend zone wanting more. If you start flirting with your female friend, establishing your intentions, that if that girl flirts more hot, and heavy with you, you two are about to kiss, and where it leads no one knows???? There you go, friends into lovers. I suggest you start flirting with any new female friend you have met, touch the girl. But, all depends on the nice guy, and the nice guy that knows how to flirt.
11 Mar 07
My Sweetheart and I became friends and lovers at the same time. That is to say, when we knew we were falling in love with eachother we had a little talk about things. We decided that if things did not work out between us we would remain friends. Worst case senario for the relationship, we may not remain lovers, but we will always remain friends. So far it has worked out brilliantly (we're still together and it looks like we'll stay together) but if it fails, we won't fail.