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Girlfriend or wife as "best friend"...thoughts?

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Postby Cornfed » November 15th, 2013, 5:44 am

Females aren't really people or even proto-people like children, dogs or cats really. So while it might be possible for them to act friendly towards you, it is not possible for them to actually be your friend.
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Postby PeterAndrewNolan » November 21st, 2013, 11:07 pm

tre wrote:Great input guys, lots of input to digest and think about.

I have suspected that no woman would ever be your "best friend" but have wanted that to be the case. In the Western world, it seems that men pretty much abandon their male friends in order to spend time with wives or girlfriends. It's not like one has very much discretionary time and wives/gf's require time in order to maintain them in the USA. However, after many years of discussing the same gets boring. I'm trying to stretch my girlfriend's interests so that we have more to do together and talk about...I guess that's all I can do.

Even single men will not hang out with friends if it interferes with their time needed to pursue sex with females. They also won't want you as a wing man if girls tend to gravitate toward you instead of them...which was often the case when I was single.

However, I was much more social overall when I was single and I really can't see anyway around least in the USA.

Just remember.

"No woman will ever be your friend....not one....ever."
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