should i be flattered or insulted?  

30sept05 42F
49 posts
11/24/2005 8:10 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

should i be flattered or insulted?

after serious work today, i had a few drinks with some colleagues. i have a good buddy that i often joke around with. we play like kids at times, running after each other, even in ofc we seem to have a playground but i had to tell him before that he has to be corteous when we're in ofc because of the work i hold (this is somehow the kid stuff in me i guess).
we often talk about our sex life and it is just for friendship sake. but we sometimes wonder if we were to get intimate with each other but i don't think it would be a good idea at all.
my brother was supposed to fetch me tonight but he gave me a ride instead. we were on the road and he tried grabbing me... trying to put his hand inside my top but i resisted. we were laughing and joking if i would hold him or not.
he asked if i could blow him but i don't want to mess with the friendship that we have.
i was thinking that probably he's just testing me... or probably he really wants to. i don't know. but i surely don't want to lose the friendship. my whole family knows that we're good friends, nothing more.

rm_miguelmanila 44M

12/4/2005 1:36 am

barring the stupid comment above mine, i think you should really think things over. friends becoming lovers could end up messily....believe me, i know.. thing is, are you attracted to him sexually?

30sept05 42F

12/4/2005 2:14 am

thanks miguelmanila!
i have deleted already the comment above yours and banned him as well.
he keeps on pestering me probably because i didn't accept his invite to be included in my network.
anyway, you are polite!
thanks for the advice also. he is just a good friend, though very good looking. but we will remain friends.
i appreciate the comment!
have a wonderful sunday!

subfordom2005 48M
48 posts
12/6/2005 3:27 am

I do agree with miguelmanila. Most of the time, friendship is best left at that. To risk a moment of pleasure can destroy the friendship.

It was wise that nothing happened. I believe that he would respect you all the more for your resisting what he "wanted" to happen.

Hyden127 41M

12/10/2005 12:24 pm

Well most of the time friendship and sex does not go hand in hand its like trying to mix water and oil....well what you did was officemates it is not a good idea to mix it up....well you know what I mean....I agree with all of them....take care....

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