Two of my friends and I were going to dinner and a movie last night
Let's call them and & A ( both males) and and I couldn't decide on a movie so we told A to choose he said its y'all's date so you 2 pick an& I said it is not a date
A then said yeah it kinda is a date
1. Why would he say that it was a date when it wasn't a date ?
2. Do and and I have feelings for each other that we don't see but our friend(s) do ?
Other friends have made comments but then said they are only kidding
And I didn't know what category to put this under so I just put dating
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Yea, for sure, especially if the two friends in question have been friends for a long period of time. Friends will probably notice potential for a relationship or the development of feelings by at least one of the two before they themselves do more because they don't want to acknowledge that they might be thinking about their friend as anything more than just a friend.
Yknow what they say love is blind, which in a sense would sort of apply to this situation :P I myself have two times developed feelings for a friend, in one case for which I refused to even acknowledge this change in how I looked at them for more than 6 months.2
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