Quite soon after we first got to know each other, he told me that I'm "basically almost like [his] twin, just in female form". At first I denied it but in past days I've started to think: he's right. I do feel like he's my "twin". Ever get that feeling with a friend of the opposite sex? I feel like he could be my sibling, that's how emotionally close I feel with him, but also that's also in a weird way if I can compare him to a sibling.
We've f***ed, but it wasn't fantastic sex, it was just sort of the "next step" after cuddling and him getting me to give him a b***j**, so we've now become f*ck buddies, and yet the truth is, even though I claim not to want it, deep down i >do< badly badly deeply want a boyfriend and I'm now wondering if he'd be a viable option.
He hugs me lots (and i feel like it'd be the way best friends hug their best friend), and I too feel like jumping on him and being basically a monkey (charming). (I just haven't felt uninhibited enough to do that yet but I'm dying to and surely will end up actually doing that soon.)
Can good friends, i.e. goofy best friends, give rise to a long-term meaningful pairing? Apologies for sounding cheesy but I wouldn't mind landing up with him for keeps.
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Yes, they can, provided you feel mutually attracted to one another. I noticed you wrote that "deep down i >do< badly badly deeply want a boyfriend" but you didn't say deep down you really wanted HIM as a boyfriend. You two could make a great couple, if you want HIM as a boyfriend and he wants you as a girlfriend.0
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