Have you ever fallen for your best fr...

Have you ever fallen for your best friend?

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sigh

Versailles, KY

#1 Jan 14, 2013
I think I'm in love with my best friend. We've recently started having sex. I'm scared to tell them how I feel because I know that they don't want a relationship. :/
hmm

United States

#2 Jan 14, 2013
Try me and I'll help u forget him :)
pathetic

Lexington, KY

#3 Jan 14, 2013
to hmmmm

how do you know this is not a male asking the question. desperate aren't you?
hmm

United States

#4 Jan 14, 2013
Doesn't mean u are desperate just bc u try for some fun. And I don't know. Just took a shot bc usually guys aren't that sappy and crap. Guys just want some fun and usually if a guy is doing his friend then he's happy with that
user199

Nicholasville, KY

#5 Jan 14, 2013
hmm wrote:
Doesn't mean u are desperate just bc u try for some fun. And I don't know. Just took a shot bc usually guys aren't that sappy and crap. Guys just want some fun and usually if a guy is doing his friend then he's happy with that
Hahaha!!! Oh shit! He strikes again!?! Same loser! Dude, you are so obvious that its funny. You defend yourself in the same way every time. Get over it.... Ur desperate!!! Matt, pua, me...... You use tons of different names, and it's easy to tell who u are bc of your sentence structure and verbage. So sad.
Sincerely........ Your nemesis.:-)
Sad

Louisville, KY

#6 Jan 14, 2013
It will be nice when you finally get laid and quit begging for it on here every day. I feel embarrassed for you, every freaking day.
hmm wrote:
Doesn't mean u are desperate just bc u try for some fun. And I don't know. Just took a shot bc usually guys aren't that sappy and crap. Guys just want some fun and usually if a guy is doing his friend then he's happy with that
hmm

Louisville, KY

#7 Jan 14, 2013
Sad wrote:
<quoted text>It will be nice when you finally get laid and quit begging for it on here every day. I feel embarrassed for you, every freaking day.
Guess the jokes on u bc I always get laid lol. Idiot. Like I've said before...I'm not gotta stop looking just bc it happens. U are so dumb
user199

Nicholasville, KY

#8 Jan 14, 2013
hmm wrote:
<quoted text>Guess the jokes on u bc I always get laid lol. Idiot. Like I've said before...I'm not gotta stop looking just bc it happens. U are so dumb
Ur the one that is dumb.... And desperate. U will never convince us that you get laid from topix. Never! You are such a loser! Hahaha
:)

Clarksville, IN

#9 Jan 14, 2013
No
be a man will ya

United States

#10 Jan 14, 2013
sigh wrote:
I think I'm in love with my best friend. We've recently started having sex. I'm scared to tell them how I feel because I know that they don't want a relationship.:/
Just tell her and quit pussy footing around. You think you are in love but once you tell her this the honeymoon period will soon end.
Also, if she is just wanting sex from you, more than likely she will run. Women who are in "bed" for just sex, there is usually no feelings for you, but they are just using you to get over someone they used to love.
hmm

United States

#13 Jan 15, 2013
user199 wrote:
<quoted text>Ur the one that is dumb.... And desperate. U will never convince us that you get laid from topix. Never! You are such a loser! Hahaha
U dont have to believe it but I have. And I never said it all comes from topix. I use many different outlets and sites to meet people. I never go more than a week at the longest without gettin some
user199

Nicholasville, KY

#14 Jan 15, 2013
hmm wrote:
<quoted text>U dont have to believe it but I have. And I never said it all comes from topix. I use many different outlets and sites to meet people. I never go more than a week at the longest without gettin some
Whatever you say, playa!

You know I'm gonna call your desperate ass out everytime I see you on here asking for sex.:)
Fred

Langley, KY

#15 Jan 15, 2013
Yes I did, once.
It ended badly. She is no longer my best friend, but I wish she was. With every fiber of my being I wish I could still hold her and talk to her candidly.
Once you cross that line and let those feelings out of the bag, there is no turning back. As much as you would want to keep the friendship going when the relationship ends (if it ends) it's just not possible. Anyone who says it is, is kidding themselves.
Simply put, because no matter how happy of a face you put on, no matter how much you try to convince yourself and others that you no longer have feelings for that person...well, if you truly didn't have feelings for that person anymore you wouldn't have to try so hard to prove it.
And I guarantee you, just like myself, most people who've been in that situation and had it come to a horrible, abrupt end for the stupidest reasons you've ever heard, NEVER stop hoping and wanting somewhere in their heart and mind that things can be rekindled.
You may be able to go about your life and move on to other people, but at the end of the day if that girl/guy would be willing to give it another shot you'd be at their doorstep at the drop of a hat.
And chances are you probably think about your former best friend/lover more than anything else. When you wake up in the morning, when you hear a certain song, see something that makes you laugh and you know it would make them laugh too because you had so much in common. Last thing at night before you go to sleep you remember how they smell, how their skin felt against your skin, how their lips felt on your lips.
How when you held them in your arms nothing else in the world mattered. That was all you needed.
Two people who are so perfect for each other that it upsets other people to the point of figuring out ways to break them apart.

I'm just saying, make sure it's something you're truly willing to risk, because there's no better love you will ever feel than that of your true best friend. ANd there's no greater heartache you will ever feel than losing that person.

Since: May 12

Lextown

#16 Jan 15, 2013
Fred wrote:
Yes I did, once.
It ended badly. She is no longer my best friend, but I wish she was. With every fiber of my being I wish I could still hold her and talk to her candidly.
Once you cross that line and let those feelings out of the bag, there is no turning back. As much as you would want to keep the friendship going when the relationship ends (if it ends) it's just not possible. Anyone who says it is, is kidding themselves.
Simply put, because no matter how happy of a face you put on, no matter how much you try to convince yourself and others that you no longer have feelings for that person...well, if you truly didn't have feelings for that person anymore you wouldn't have to try so hard to prove it.
And I guarantee you, just like myself, most people who've been in that situation and had it come to a horrible, abrupt end for the stupidest reasons you've ever heard, NEVER stop hoping and wanting somewhere in their heart and mind that things can be rekindled.
You may be able to go about your life and move on to other people, but at the end of the day if that girl/guy would be willing to give it another shot you'd be at their doorstep at the drop of a hat.
And chances are you probably think about your former best friend/lover more than anything else. When you wake up in the morning, when you hear a certain song, see something that makes you laugh and you know it would make them laugh too because you had so much in common. Last thing at night before you go to sleep you remember how they smell, how their skin felt against your skin, how their lips felt on your lips.
How when you held them in your arms nothing else in the world mattered. That was all you needed.
Two people who are so perfect for each other that it upsets other people to the point of figuring out ways to break them apart.
I'm just saying, make sure it's something you're truly willing to risk, because there's no better love you will ever feel than that of your true best friend. ANd there's no greater heartache you will ever feel than losing that person.
Brilliantly said and i couldn't agree with you more and it kills me every day that I lost mine over jealousy. He knew everything about me and could fix every problem in my life.
But I think we were too much alike sometimes and that was the other reason it was better for us not to be together, doesn't make it hurt any less though.
Wow

United States

#17 Jan 15, 2013
Fred wrote:
Yes I did, once.
It ended badly. She is no longer my best friend, but I wish she was. With every fiber of my being I wish I could still hold her and talk to her candidly.
Once you cross that line and let those feelings out of the bag, there is no turning back. As much as you would want to keep the friendship going when the relationship ends (if it ends) it's just not possible. Anyone who says it is, is kidding themselves.
Simply put, because no matter how happy of a face you put on, no matter how much you try to convince yourself and others that you no longer have feelings for that person...well, if you truly didn't have feelings for that person anymore you wouldn't have to try so hard to prove it.
And I guarantee you, just like myself, most people who've been in that situation and had it come to a horrible, abrupt end for the stupidest reasons you've ever heard, NEVER stop hoping and wanting somewhere in their heart and mind that things can be rekindled.
You may be able to go about your life and move on to other people, but at the end of the day if that girl/guy would be willing to give it another shot you'd be at their doorstep at the drop of a hat.
And chances are you probably think about your former best friend/lover more than anything else. When you wake up in the morning, when you hear a certain song, see something that makes you laugh and you know it would make them laugh too because you had so much in common. Last thing at night before you go to sleep you remember how they smell, how their skin felt against your skin, how their lips felt on your lips.
How when you held them in your arms nothing else in the world mattered. That was all you needed.
Two people who are so perfect for each other that it upsets other people to the point of figuring out ways to break them apart.
I'm just saying, make sure it's something you're truly willing to risk, because there's no better love you will ever feel than that of your true best friend. ANd there's no greater heartache you will ever feel than losing that person.
This is so beautiful and so well put!

“It was only just a song”

Since: Jan 13

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#18 Jan 16, 2013
I do so agree... that could warm any heart. feeling the touch of someone you love, holding their heart , beneath your palm. touching them and like you said knowing they are there to take care of you ,, your hero..

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