He insisted he still didn't find her attractive, and wasn't really looking to date her. When I asked him how he could possibly be interested in sex with her, he looked at me like I was crazy.
I’ve been dating my boyfriend for about a year, and things have been great. The only issue I have is the fact that he still keeps in touch with 2 of his ex's.
What is the best way to meet good guy friends? I'm not talking boyfriend prospects, just good friends. I recently transferred to a new university and have always been "one of the guys"...how do I get a good group without being asked out on dates?
Can guys and girls be "just friends"? Ah, the age old question that has plagued us for years. Some say, "Of course!" Some say, "Absolutely not." I like to take the cop-out answer and say, "It depends." Though it's possible to be friendly with a male friend, there seems to always be some sort of flirtation and attraction that is hard to ignore with at least one of our guy pals.
Once a key to success, wingmen have become so commonplace that even the women preyed on by bros and their wingmen know their lingo and their tactics, making their hard work a big waste of time. If guys want to improve their game and up their chances of wooing a lady, they are gonna need to change up their Bro Strategy.
Your college experience flies by so fast that you're often stuck standing in line for graduation wondering where the past four years went. You vaguely remember meeting your best friend when she held your hair back after your first frat party and you kinda remember that all-nighter you pulled to get 3 term papers done in one night.
Continuing its industry-leading efforts to provide strong role models to its female readers, Seventeen once again chose a winner for this month's cover: Barbados' own marijuana maven, Rihanna. Nothing like trashing hotel rooms and smoking illicit substances to inspire girls to be their best and make their dreams a reality.
Hey Dude, I have a question about the supposed unwritten rule that guys can't go after their friend's exes. While me and my boyfriend were dating, I became really close with his best friend, developing into a friendship some might call an "emotional affair."
While spending some much needed time with my guy friends, I've noticed something rather peculiar about them lately. Besides learning that I will be physically removed from the room if I utter a word during episodes of Lost, I have come face to face with their overly homoerotic relationships they hold with one another.
Dear Dude, For the first time since 8th grade, I'm single. This is great right? It gives me a chance to explore, experiment and really get to know myself and it turns out I'm pretty cool. Awesome, except all of my guy friends seem to think that I should experiment with them. And it extends beyond that; guys I meet at in class, at parties or even at work all only want to date or hook up.
The wingman: a legendary tool of bros worldwide. Once a key to success, wingmen have become so commonplace (there are even books about their rules and various codes) that even the women preyed on by bros and their wingmen know their lingo and their tactics, making their hard work a big waste of time.
I love pink (even though no one in New York wears it; what the hell?), I'm fussy about what shampoo I use and, if I had the option, I would wear dresses every single day. I've never had brothers and even my dog is a girly girl, but I have always found myself being happiest around the dudes.
Growing up I was always a tomboy. I never wore anything remotely girly, played sports, and even had short hair (though that one was totally my mom's doing). So it came as no surprise that the majority of my closest friends were of the male variety.