First of all, how come you are so sure that there never ever will be possible any romantic touch between you two?!...<br />
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Secondly, you probably have your own definition of 'romantic' and what's eating with. But ask yourself this: are you afraid of simple, 'just for fun' sex? If so, why? What is 'wrong' with it??... What did you early educators lie to you about this subject?...<br />
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Happiness and prejudices don't go along. Maybe this is not your case and you really have strong moral values. As long as those moral values are your own (as opposed to not being borrowed from different religious and didactic systems) and you feel in tune with them and vibrate on their length, then you know what you are doing and you are the Master of your Destiny.<br />
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But if you living on lent ethics... you might want to reconsider the whole structure...

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I think being direct and honest is the best route here. Just tell him you enjoy his company and want to remain friends, the kind of friends that date other people.

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I say say what you need to say direct. Or just don't do a thing and you will have hours of stupid shut to ask us.

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just tell him what you told us. let him know that you want to be friends--that does actually work. :)<br />
(either you make/ keep a friend or you get rid of a guy who just wanted one thing anyway!)

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Say the following.... " I'm just not that into you" ....:)

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