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AzWillyParticipantNovember 5, 2017 at 2:42 pm #155113
I’m a student, I met a girl last year but we started talking only this year. Quickly, we were very good friend, I though she liked me more but she told me she’s only seeing me as a friend, her best friend. The thing is, I know she’s moving at the end of the year and so I though maybe she told this because she didn’t wanted a relationship in distance since I’ll still study at the same place but not her.
I did accept the situation until, one night, I invited her to watch a movie at my house. We did sleep together and she came very close to me. I mean closer than a “normal” friend would do. Also, I did kissed her while we were lying on the bed. She didnt said anything and didn’t push me back so now I don’t really know what to think about. She also told me I was the only one, she would snuggle against. She told me that wouldn’t get that close to her own friends (girls).
So people who are reading this, in what kind of zone am I ?
darkenmysoul01ParticipantNovember 5, 2017 at 5:18 pm #155119
dude if you got some action you arent friend zoned. congrats!!
AquaticusParticipantNovember 6, 2017 at 9:03 am #155132
If you are down for long-distance go after her!
Jeremy23422ParticipantNovember 6, 2017 at 11:52 pm #155328
Well it doesn’t sound like friend zone to me, but on the other hand, when you say “sleep together,” do you mean shared sleep or actual vaginal/penile intercourse?
My first thought was “absolutely not friend zone,” then i reconsidered. There are women who would sleep beside platonic male buddies sans wanting or expecting more. If I were you, I would find a way to lightly and casually redefine. As in, “So I guess this night that we spent together changes things between us, huh?” You just want to make sure that the physical intimacy for her *actually* connotes a change of terms in the relationship. If she’s physically involved with you and still sees you as a friend or buddy, that means she’s either flaky or playing games.
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