The problem that I have with the concept of platonic relationships is that relationships are defined by the individual, not by the couple.
Here’s a fun video about
why men and women can’t be “just friends”:
YouTube Link => youtu.be/T_lh5fR4DMA
Granted.. It’s easy to skew a video like this by asking 100 gals and 100 guys if they believe men and women can be “just friends” and then only airing the responses from the gals that say “Yes” and the guys that say “No”.
Regardless, I think the video points out something interesting about so-called “Platonic Relationships”.
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Now.. Before you start crying about the title, haha “Girls don’t have friends that are guys” is a direct quote from Vinny on
Jersey Shore, from when Sammi was trying to convince Ronnie that this other guy she invited to come see her at a club was a “friend” of hers.
I already talked about that situation in
“We’re Just Friends!!!”, so go check that out if you want the background details from the episode. Right now, I want to speak generally about people who pretend to be “friends” with other people. Continue reading “Girls Don’t Have Friends That Are Guys”
I had brought this up
before.. about how Sammi’s brain doesn’t cope well with information she doesn’t like.
When Ronnie told her it was over, she asked him like 85 different times to confirm it in at least 97,000 different ways before it finally sank in that he was serious and their “relationship” was over.
This week, Sammi’s lack of brainpower
MIPS (Millions of Instructions Per Second) bit her in the ass….. HARD! 😀 HAHAHA
When you’re interrogating someone, the best thing to do is ask questions that you already know the answer to.
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“Katie” asked me when I felt people who have just started dating should add each other on Facebook.
This is a very interesting question, and potentially complicated.
It depends both on how people utilize Facebook and how they date.
Continue reading “Facebook: Should You Add Someone You’re Dating?”
The other night, I had a fascinating conversation about what “Friends With Benefits” (FWB) means.
FWB is an umbrella term that covers more than one situation.
The “Benefits” part is the same, regardless… Sex, Hooking Up, Physical Intimacy, whatever you like to call it.
The “Friends” part is what’s really in question.
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