Best friends dating stories
In reality, you both have so much history on each other you can hit below the belt easily.
We could have an entire conversation with just one word being used, really. I have heard about heart brake, have seen it happening around me. she came out as gay in high school I was already openly pansexual and I knew she wasn't straight we had always been on the more touchy feely side with eachother I wasn't like that with anyone of never that comfortable. We have the same likes, we go to the same school and our parents are also best friends. We went out about a half a dozen times over three-ish years.
He is the one to call you out when you're being a jerk, and he is your partner in crime.
So here are the expectations vs the reality of dating your best friend.
He got less morose in the next semester and was even more fantastic to be around, though honestly I bonded with him from first sight and never minded his moping.
Dating your best friend may sound like a good idea in theory, but the practice of it is another story.
We did everything together but weekendy stuff, as I said, and he was just a fantastic buddy. Every once in a while, he'd wonder if my partying ... I'd tell him his not-partying was a bit much (well-known party school, and though I didn't go there for the "atmosphere," it usually drags you in).
These things don’t just spring up overnight after all! And it has taught me some pretty stellar things about finding love in the most unexpected-yet obvious-place.
While I have always loved “When Harry Met Sally” I have at the same time been oh-so-skeptical of the concept of falling in love with your best friend. Whenever I was close with a guy for more than a few years, my family and friends would bring up the question of “why aren’t you two together? It feels like that scene in when Cher realizes she’s in love with Josh and then immediately can’t act casual around him. Every word he says feel weighted in meaning, I second guess what it does mean, how I should react and basically the whole world has been flipped upside down. Since HE is the person that you usually talk to when life isn’t making sense?!
I mean the friend you’ve had for a decade who you’ve spent all your free time with, told everything to forever, has seen you ugly crying. Obviously we love those people in our lives but how could you suddenly be IN love with them? ” To which I’d always scoff, roll my eyes and wave away their absurd comments with the insistence that if there had been any form of attraction to that guy, surely I would have felt it by now and acted upon it. But I am lucky enough to be able to say that I’ve found myself in this crazy place, this alternate universe feeling situation, where I’ve fallen for a best friend.
Pop culture suggests that people have a fascination with the best friends-turned-lovers kind of love story ("Boy Meets World," anyone?
) It could have something to do with the fact that a majority of the population loves classic picture perfect, movie-esque endings.
You can’t possibly see someone a certain way day in and day out and then wake up one morning and feel differently. It’s really important to recognize what you’re feeling When you’re so caught up in your day to day routine, it’s easy to take people for granted.