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Report Thread starter 14 years ago 1. What qualities would you look for in a girlfriend that a 'friend with benefits' would possibly not have?
And whats the difference between the two things? How come men usually categorise women as one or the other. Not what you're looking for? King Hippo Badges: 9. Report 14 years ago 2. I was always under the impression that when it comes to a "friend with benefits" you aren't "tied" to that person and are still free to see other people. You can have sex with them but don't need to commit solely to that person. Zoecb Badges: Report 14 years ago 3.
Why you asking men?? It's very simple for me - a FWB is someone you have a sexual connection with, but not much else. If there was more, then surely a relationship would be on the cards.
Report 14 years ago 4. Original post by King Hippo I was always under the impression that when it comes to a "friend with benefits" you aren't "tied" to that person and are still free to see other people. Report 14 years ago 5. Original post by Zoecb Why you asking men??
Schmokie Dragon Badges: Report 14 years ago 6. You don't have to love them, respect them, stay faithful to them. But seriously, who wants to end up in a relationship with all their mates? You must have some mates that are not the kind of people you would want to date? And, well duh, for a relationship you need love and trust etc. Laursy Badges:Looking for a fwb or girlfriend
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How the hell do you find a FWB?