If a man tells you that he can either be your boyfriend or fwbs but nothing in the middle, would you drop him?

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In the middle being platonic friends

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Most Helpful Guy

  • yes. sounds like an ass

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    • I agree! I don't like the all or nothing attitude.

    • You sound well spoken. I am sure you are a smart and capable young woman. I am sure you can do better.

    • thanks!

What Guys Said 4

  • so wot's in da middle x-actly?

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  • What if you want him to be one of those two things?

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    • I don't do fwbs and am not looking for a boyfriend

    • Then he's already made the choice for you.

  • Not trying to be dense here, but what would be in the middle of that?

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  • It means you will either have sexual relationship of some kind or nothing. He's not interested in a platonic relationship.

    If you want a sexual relationship with him, committed or not, then choose one or the other. If you only wanted to be friends, drop him.

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What Girls Said 3

  • Honestly that's kind of confusing, because isn't friends with benefits the middle ground in most cases? Lol I mean, the only thing I can think is that he doesn't want to be "just friends". friends with benefits have sex, and so do bf/gf. So, my assumption is that he wants to be able to have sex. While I understand that it's a natural urge for men, he makes it seem as though that's all he wants, which is not ok.

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  • Um. There's nothing in the middle? And surely it depends how you see them - if you are attracted to them and you want a relationship then boom you win. If you just want to be friends then I wouldn't "drop them" I would just distance myself so he knew I didn't see him romantically.

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  • mmmm i want to answer you but i don't understand your question can you please told me what do you mean using the school English i'm not a native speaker so i didn't undersatnd

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