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InvisibleTouch Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-29-11 10:33 AM
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46. Like it or not, there's more than a grain of truth here.
My BFF is the nicest guy in the world; contrary to stereotype he's also quite attractive, and good in bed. All my friends adore him. But that extra "sizzle" just isn't there. I wish it was. For years I've been making questionable romantic choices, and know very well that I'd be so much better off if I could just stick with him. And it's certainly not that I "can't stand" him - quite the opposite, there's a lot of affection between us, and I really want him to remain part of my life. It's just that I've never been able to picture him as a primary romantic partner. The guys I get all obsessive over, though ... oh yeah, there's more than a slight element of "bad boy" to them. :/
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