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 right...as 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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