And on every other day!
It may be a new city, but that doesn't mean you have to tackle it solo!
Has your friendship has run its course?
I'll be there for you.
Yes to ALL of this.
Which one is your fave?
Friendship never ends!
Waiting for our invite...
Avoiding girl drama at all costs.
Because your girls deserve their very own holiday.
No, Paris and Nicole are not on the list.
Which celeb friendship is your favorite?
4. Quality not quantity.
As a twin, you have a relationship that transcends anything else.
Con: When you go out to eat, they want to go to Hooters. Pro: Hooters has really good wings.
Some friends can roll with the punches and be cool with the changes in the friendship, but other friends can be totally buzz kills about it.
At what age, meaning how were you, when there became this underlying implication that you have to respect people's decisions no matter what they are because they are an adult?
Either your friend and whoever you set them up with will hit it off and realize that they can't go on without each other and you will get major friendship points that you can use at your disposal and hold over their heads forever (muahaha) or it will go terribly and they won't be able to stand each other and in turn will be angry with you.
He and I have been really close friends for two years now, we get on really well and I like him a lot but I don't want to go further if our friendship will be ruined and we break up then never talk again.
There's always been a mutual sense of harmless flirting to our friendship, however, as we are both single. About a week ago, we were texting each other and the typical flirting began. But then the tone changed and we were suddenly sexting!
One thing about me is that when I like a guy, I just want to be around him and I yearn to talk to him, even if it's just about stupid trivial things. Unfortunately, this always lands me in the friend zone. I am scared I've blown my chances with him in terms of being in a romantic relationship.
I love surprises. Well, the good kind at least. I think they are just so fun and happy, and everyone deserves to be surprised in life.
Sometimes it seems like we may be "talking" and others it seems like he just wants a friendship, and I'm honestly fine with either. I want to know where we're at so that I don't get unrealistic expectations, but I don't want to bring it up and potentially screw up a good friendship.
So yeah, I'm homesick. I talk to my family on the reg whether it's on the phone, by text, or on gchat, but I just miss the comforts of home.
So I know you are an expert on love, but this is a friendship-kind-of-love dilemma. So a little background. Last year I had a very crazy, very mean roommate who harassed me and abused me until I told her I was moving out, at which point she publicly threatened to kill me.
Books about teenagers fighting to the death in a massive arena might not be the most obvious place to look for lessons on love, but look a little harder and you'll see loads of different types of love all through the series - from the most obvious, the love triangle between Katniss, adorable Peeta and intense Gale, to Katniss' unconditional love for her sister Prim.
I want you to settle something for me and my friend. She's upset with me because she says I'm hard to make plans with. She wants to make plans a week in advance just to go have dinner.
Hey, we’ve all been there. And by “we,” I mean guys. I almost guaran-damn-tee that at least 75% of guys, most likely during their early teen years, have fallen hard for a girl who had both feet firmly under her. It happens.
Aww, friends. They're great. So great, in fact, that there are tons of super cheesy quotes floating around about them on the internet. I have to admit though, I was laughing when I first started making this gallery, but by the end I was tearing up just a little. I guess friends really are as great as the internet says.
Probably you started college and made friends right away with the most convenient people. Which is totally the right and easiest thing to do. The problem is, sometimes the most convenient people don't end up being the people we like best. So, Miserable in College, if that's the case, I suggest you continue to be polite to these shoops and begin to distance yourself.
I’m not talking about Captain America vs. Iron Man. I’m talking about friends who’ve been in a relationship and now have reached their final destination: splitsville. Once the two of them go their separate ways, which one of them gets you in the proverbial divorce?
Is being friends with your ex even possible? I mean, you've seen each other naked many, many times. You've opened up to each other about some weird stuff. And you once didn't know how you could live without him. I’m still pretty much trying to figure out the real answer to that question, but I’d like to think that, yeah, sometimes you can be friends with your ex.
I'm a senior in college, and met this guy my age who goes to my school over the summer. We hit it off right away, with tons to talk and laugh about. The second or third time we hung out, right near the beginning, he told me he "liked me but wasn't looking for a relationship."