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I've noticed that people who have very few friends

can't tell the difference between a good friend of opposite sex and a significant other.
What do you think ? 馃
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Gamalon26-30, M
Words of truth.
[@886121,Gamalon] they can get quite jealous!!
[@492052,Emortal] I avoid jealous people!馃憥
If I switch to DARK THEME will it inspire an answer!? 馃
SwampFlower26-30, F
It's easy. One you boink, one you don't.
KaliKali31-35, F
[@871066,SwampFlower] Rants in asexual
SwampFlower26-30, F
[@401815,KaliKali] Oof.
DeWayfarer61-69, M
It's all or nothing. Actually this is quite prevalent.

Society is totally geared to exclusionism when it comes to relationships.

Had a good friend once. She was a total christian. In no way was I ever christian. Yet couldn't grasp that I wasn't attracted to her in that way.

She found someone and that was the last I heard from her. 馃し鈥嶁檪锔忦煒
[@412417,DeWayfarer] Like @Elessar said when starving of love, they see things that aren't there.
DeWayfarer61-69, M
[@492052,Emortal] yes, yet there was more too it.

I was worse than her even then! 馃様

I had just lost my father.
Elessar26-30, M
It's easy seeing more than there actually is in a friendship, or interpreting signals differently than the original intentions of those who gave them, especially when one's normally starved of love.
I've noticed many people with friends or not feel that way, 馃槑 just because a guy and girl are together some will assume they are having sex. I have a male friend I've spent the night with and never had sex, because we're [i]friends![/i]
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