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Updated on Monday, January 26

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QUESTION: Girls, if a guy friend asked if you want to become friends with benefits, how would you take it?

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  1. DOWN. Obvi depends on how close of a guy friend they are... and the personality of the girl... so I would say you need to carefully gauge these things. Otherwise in a less generic sense, be passive aggressive and bring it up that way.

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    1. that's not what passive aggressive means... is it?

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    2. That's definitely not what passive aggressive means.

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  2. sounds like a bad idea

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  3. I would be flattered, say no, and reduce our friendship to acquaintance.

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  4. If you are attractive, she would say yes. If you are ugly, she freak out and calls you a creep.

    protip: if you aren't fucking this girl already, you've been friendzoned. The answer is no.

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  5. We became friends while we were both dating others, now we are both single and we both (at least me) want to be single for a while before looking for a relationship. I just want sex without the dating part. It just simplifies things. Don't have to do Valentines Day, or birthdays etc to the same level as dating. Can still hang out with friends of the opposite sex, can flirt with others, and just have freedom.

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  6. I would be a little offended. For me, it's all or nothing. If a guy's not willing to, or looking to commit to a real relationship, then he can find someone else. I don't do casual. I don't to friends with benefits. If you're planning to ask your friend if she wants to become friends with benefits, make sure you understand her attitude towards sex and relationships beforehand.

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  7. Depends on the guy. Some guys I'm friends with I just don't see in a romantic/sexual way at all.

    Side note: I asked a guy friend if he wanted to be friends with benefits and he turned me down.... sadness.

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  8. no unless girl initiates

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  9. I'd tell him to grow up and decide whether he wanted to be in a relationship or not.
    FWB IS a relationship, the people who use that term are just too emotionally immature and scared to admit it.

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