And while I don’t trust college boys to teach any life lessons in platonic friendship, even science validates their claim that men will sleep with their friends.From this Psychology Today article: “In a study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Sapadin asked more than 150 professional men and women what they liked and disliked about their cross-sex friendships. Men, on the other hand, more frequently replied that sexual attraction was a prime reason for initiating a friendship, and that it could even deepen a friendship.What we look for in our guy friends is very much the same in what we look for in a significant other: chemistry.
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However he really wants to stay friends (and strangely, I think he means it). You get to harbor a crush for months and maybe years?
He said that he wants us to "become close friends" and then "something might happen." Is this bullshit?
Jerry Seinfeld wisely observed that breaking up with someone was like trying to tip over a soda machine. Someone throws away a prominent career because they have fallen in love (or lust) with someone they shouldn’t.