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Crazie199 Crazie199 18-21, F 12 Answers Dec 14, 2012 in Affairs

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FWB ends in tears. bf/gf can end well but still has crying potential.

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I would say the bf/gf thing 'ends in tears'.
FWB, if acknowledged, shouldn't involve tears....

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Sex involves a spiritual connection that will spill over into the emotional realm. I never met someone who has done both that said they regretted the relationship, but they all regretted the FWB on some level.

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It all depends on your situation and commitment ability.

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that depends on so many factors... but aa friend with benefits comes in handy so often lol

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What kind of factors?

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one is whether you want attachment of a relationship and all that goes with it, or wether you just want the use of a body when you want or feel the need. I must admit I am a friend with benifits

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Aright thanks

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Both for me !

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In general, bf/gf is " better". And, at your young age I would say that is a better way to go.

In lieu of that though, and for, let's say, more experienced folks , FWB is

pleasurable !

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I had FWB once. He was my exboyfriends best friend. We fcked around for a couple months, and when I lost interest I stopped seeing him. He bugged me to hang out/spend the night but we had both agreed in the beginning that we'd keep it secret and it wouldn't result in dating (it was mostly by his choice). In the end it was me who stopped seeing him. I had no love from him, just sex. It was fun, we were great friends, but now we're not. A bf/gf can also ruin a friendship but it can at the same time create something more loving and beautiful, if that's what you want. Be sure to be safe and love yourself whichever choice you make. Your esteem can be fragile and it is pretty necessary to have that intact for any sort of relationship.

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FWB never worked for me, i found women always want to get more serious with me,but i didnt want that,and it always ended acrimoniously ,like a relationship. That a while ago though.

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Do you want commitment, or something you dont have to think about? A: get a bf. B: get an fwb. But speaking from experience, if you choose B, try not to catch any feelings because guys hear you want a **** buddy, don't expect them to care beyond that. Choose wisely to avoid getting your feelings hurt.

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Depends on what it is you are looking for. At your age, I would FWB for sure. You are too young to even think about not experiencing life!

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depends :D does commitment scare you?

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It doesn't scare me it's just that there's no good guys out there

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there are good people out there :D don't lose hope!

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I try not to but it's just things that happen

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