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Is it ok to screw your bestfriend?
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Posted 12/1/06
its exactly what my friend said...but i dunno how doing it is disrespectful...lets jsut say its ok to do it...wud u rather do it with ur best friend or another person
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^so, in some cases, i'm right eh?
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lol i know its not right to have a one night stand...but is it ok that its with ur best friend? well in the other hand..its quite handy cuz u know ur not getting AIDS
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reikiaddict wrote:

its exactly what my friend said...but i dunno how doing it is disrespectful...lets jsut say its ok to do it...wud u rather do it with ur best friend or another person

well rei, if i had a female best friend i would rather do her than a stranger, cause we could laugh about it after words

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Not obviously clearly as you don't state that in your first post. And you did not bother to answer my other question as well.
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i mean is it ok to justify what u did..something unregrettable..sort of like that
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I think its rather sad that both acted like nothing happened afterwards.

Whether it is "ok" morally or not depends on ones beliefs of course. If you believe in the sanctity of marriage then its not ok as they were not married.

Other factors matter as well, such as the psychological heath of the individuals afterwards. That shows that perhaps they were embarased with the act, etc.

Personally, I see both ignoring it afterwards as showing a sign that it was in some sense not "ok." Also if they were horny as hell, they would likely get horny again, and do it again. So its unusual that sex did not happen again over the long term. What, they just stopped being horny?
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kawaiichan09 wrote:

^so, in some cases, i'm right eh?


i meant this post for ktito, for the last ost in page 1..
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I think its rather sad that both acted like nothing happened afterwards.

Whether it is "ok" morally or not depends on ones beliefs of course. If you believe in the sanctity of marriage then its not ok as they were not married.

Other factors matter as well, such as the psychological heath of the individuals afterwards. That shows that perhaps they were embarased with the act, etc.

Personally, I see both ignoring it afterwards as showing a sign that it was in some sense not "ok." Also if they were horny as hell, they would likely get horny again, and do it again. So its unusual that sex did not happen again over the long term. What, they just stopped being horny?


Well if they want to realistically continue on as friends, they have to ignore it in my experience. Maybe in some idealistic world where we could examine the particular causes of that mutual experiance it would be beneficial, however dwelling on it would most likley bring unwanted drama.

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Well then, cbisram, you might tell reikiaddict that the experience was perhaps regrettable then? Based on the idea that even talking about it would bring unwanted drama.

Or does the experience of the deed somehow outweigh the negative experience that they dont want to talk about a part of their relationship. I would consider this unlikely since they in fact do not want to talk about it.

As some readers should be able to realize by now, the issue is more complicated then presented, and depends on things which are left untold. I tend to agree with Robert A. Hineline, in that mans hand is a great tool, perhaps the only fault is that it is exceedingly lonely.
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To put it simply eros, i dunno. If they are that good of friends that they can psychoanalyze each other while talking about a mutually shared sexual act, than they have my full respect. Unfortunately most people are incapable of that, or even if they are the other might not be, which is why I opted for a 'don't ask, don't tell' tight lipped approach which has served me well.
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Ktito wrote:

It's not. My ex-best friend won't even talk to me anymore.


fuck that man, you've never been laid
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punkfilter wrote:


Ktito wrote:

It's not. My ex-best friend won't even talk to me anymore.


fuck that man, you've never been laid


thats harsh
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punkfilter wrote:


Ktito wrote:

It's not. My ex-best friend won't even talk to me anymore.


fuck that man, you've never been laid


haha i know

or maybe, teenagers are wild these days
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JJDynamite77 wrote:


punkfilter wrote:


Ktito wrote:

It's not. My ex-best friend won't even talk to me anymore.


fuck that man, you've never been laid


haha i know

or maybe, teenagers are wild these days


yeah, one of my best friends lost her virginity at age 13
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