Friends with Benefits, F*** Buddies, NSA

So guys, what is your true opinion of the girl that you have had one of these situations with? Do you think she is enlightened and cool and just enjoying her sexuality? Do you think she is easy and not the kind of girl that someone should have for a girlfriend?
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  • Good question! Here are my current opinions on some real-life former FWBs, f***buddies, and NSAs. (All names have been changed to protect the, um, "innocent.")

    - Catharine was so cool! She was my first real FWB and we still talk once in a while.

    - Sharon was way wrong for me. It's a good thing it didn't go past FWB.

    - Rachel and I dated seriously for several months, and I still miss her sometimes.

    - Laura went kinda psycho, but she was sleeping with a bunch of other guys at the time and probably still is. It's sad, but I don't think I should bother speaking to her again.

    - I have no idea what happened to Carla.

    - Meg is still a good friend of mine, though we live in different cities and no longer have benefits because she has a boyfriend.

    - Julie just broke up with her boyfriend, I think. I wonder if she wants to be FWBs again? I'd be OK with that. Now I have to figure out how to ask her that without sounding rude or gross.

  • To me she's definately not girlfriend material if we've set FWB ground rules in the beginning of the relationship. Depends on the girl and how many of these particular relationships she has at once or in a short time frame. There's a fine line between enjoying your sexuality and f'n every swingn' d'ck. Not any different than my perspective on dating women though. This kind of relationship is great in the short term but could be a pain in the long run if you don't keep up on the ground rules.

    • What kind of ground rules have you set for this in the past? Has it worked or ended with hurt feelings on one or the other's part?

    • Unfourtunately there never were any set. Kind of winged it. All worked out perfectly but this last one. Then when I said I was having more feelings, I got the "i need time by myself" immedaitely after. havnt heard from her scince. there's a whole lot more to it. read my question I posted titled " what's up with her, what should I do if." what are your thoughts? hate to admit it but It ended with her hurting me. and I know I did it to myself.

    • Sorry that happened. I have had my own ups and downs with it as well. I decided to try FWB after my boyfriend broke up with me (we lived together and were together for 3 years) and I found out he had a fling with someone on top of it. To say I was vulnerable is an understatement. Unfortunately I fell for the guy, it was confusing and a little too much, but you live and you learn. Guess I thought mainly girls got the short end of the stick.

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  • She's the kind of girl who likes to have fun and enjoy her sexuality.

    I do not think less of her nor do I believe that she is easy nor that she should not be a girlfriend to someone.

    • This is pretty much the *exact* answer I was going to write.

  • I have never had a NSA friend with benefits so that makes me curious..I tthink you are cool..If you ever want to chat add me as I have questions about this!

    • I cannot recommend this type of situation. At best it is a short-term situation where one person is bound to walk away very unhappy. The natural order of things is that people have feelings and trying to maintain some non-emotional sexual relationship is a fool's errand. Eventually someone develops feelings and is then let down by the other person.