You’ll hate those thoughts of them together, lurking constantly in your head.
You’ll have to deal with the “sloppy seconds” jokes and live with the fact that you voluntarily broke your friend’s heart even more than it already was.
“Now more than ever we need to be good and kind to each other and not judge each other,” she adds.They wholeheartedly believe that it's wrong, disrespectful, and if a friend did that to them, they'd never talk to that person again.They believe this is something everybody knows, that they're just following the rules.It wasn’t that they weren’t great and cute and whatever you looked for in male friends at 16; but falling for a friend was my idea of a good love story. The premise is simple: two longish-time friends decide to launch a ‘dating experiment’ where they give it a go romantically for 40 days (the time it takes to form a new habit. So I guess, when it comes to dating your friends, I’d bet that if a guy’s up for it, he kinda always was up for it in the first place. So, Everygirls, I am dying to know: would you do a similar experiment with a guy friend? Even still, I find it hard to imagine that I would suddenly fall for one of my current male friends. He hasn’t changed his mind, he’s just been given the opportunity, or the timing is finally right. We learned from mothers at Mommit and Beyond The Bump subreddits that their goals are not much different from our own: eat right, work out, get enough sleep, etc.