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Anonymous asked in Family & RelationshipsSingles & Dating · 1 year ago

can a girl meet up with her guy best friend alone without it seeming awkward?

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago
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    If you're already very close friends, it'll be comfortable/natural as long as you make yourself feel comfortable. If either or both of are somewhat attracted to each other, it might not be as relaxing to hang out with only them. Of course, you can think your best friend is attractive but only have platonic feelings/romantic disinterest in each other.

    When you first meet up, it'll feel a little awkward, but just keep the pace going with a casual attitude. If your friend sees that you're not thinking too much of it, it's more likely they'll feel much more comfortable as well, which will eventually make you feel comfortable too.

    If you mean "seem" like how others will view it, then your friends or strangers who see you will probably immediately assume there's something more going on, but if you don't care, then it doesn't ever become a problem. The older/more mature the people around you are, the less likely they'll think anything of this, though.

  • Janet
    Lv 7
    1 year ago

    Anytime a girl gets somewhere alone with a guy friend, he is wondering "Sex????"

    Guys are horny most of the time, and even if they don't make the mistake of thinking that all girls want is sex ... they themselves are always looking for and hoping for sex.

    Of course it will be awkward.

    Unless of course, both of you have entertained the idea of getting involved and both have rejected it. In which case, neither of you are thinking about sex.

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  • 1 year ago

    yeah just make sure it is still safe and you trust them and it will be awkward but them yull get used to each othr and be great

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