Dating someone after being friends
The results suggest large gender differences in how men and women experience opposite-sex friendships.
Men were much more attracted to their female friends than vice versa.
I don’t know how I expected a rape victim to act, but I didn’t expect her to be so funny.
But, despite her anger, she was completely and fully .
But now, thinking about the next time you'll see each other gives you anxiety.
You know you shouldn't be thinking like this because that's the whole point of being FWBs. You realize you're breaking the number-one rule of being FWBs, and you hate yourself for it.
In order to investigate the viability of truly platonic opposite-sex friendships—a topic that has been explored more on the silver screen than in the science lab—researchers brought 88 pairs of undergraduate opposite-sex friends into…a science lab.
Privacy was paramount—for example, imagine the fallout if two friends learned that one—and only one—had unspoken romantic feelings for the other throughout their relationship.
While it sure is a nice idea, it's practically impossible to pull off. But it ends up hurting more than an actual “relationship” breakup when it's over because you're supposed to be friends.