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Ch. 866 - Prepared? Or Is It Just A Problem?
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@Rozoro I agree with you.
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An epiphany! Or...Common Sense!?

Last edited 8 mo ago by Psychronia.

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Initially was thinking 'Jun, why!?' but actually his question raises some interesting points - in short, all relationships have some degree of complexity and are multifaceted.

Last edited 8 mo ago by nehnehneji.

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Hmm. None of my former lovers are close friends, but I am still close friends with some of the women I dated (and got to sexy times short of becoming lovers).
In my experience, Esper is maybe half-right. It depends on the nature of the breakup (usually easier if you haven't gone all the way), and also on other factors like mutual friends, how often you see each other later on, residual feelings you both have, and how they get on with your current partner.

With my wife it was friendship first. We hadn't been close friends more than ~3 mos. before we became lovers, nonetheless she's still my closest friend.
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>I never thought this day would come!

/looks at current chapter #

Yeah me neither.
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where the next punch should land at next??
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@mulrich
Nice joke. Now I know what date rape drugs are made of, you learn something new every day.
This is what I had in mind in case you were not being sarcastic:
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemistry_(relationship)

Last edited 8 mo ago by criver.

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facepalm
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@criver that chemistry being C16H12FN3O3, also known as flunitrazepam or, more commonly, rohypnol!

It's a completely legitimate question by Jun, by the way, although my friendship with my former best friend fell completely apart after she broke off our engagement and indeed relationship.

Last edited 8 mo ago by mulrich.

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Oh boy, here we go.
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Dense, absolutely dense.
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All these comments about how hard it is to still be friends after a breakup are true, but the question asked in the context was "can we remain friends while in a relationship?" With these two muscle-heads I seriously doubt that would be a problem.
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If you date your friend and you later break up, it's VERY hard to go back to being friends again... especially if you made it into the sexytime phase of the relationship. If all the very good kids Tomo and Jun do is hold hands and they eventually break up, they could probably go back to being friends.
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Having dated a friend myself, I can confirm that if the relationship does not work out, it is incredibly awkward.
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She kinda has a point. It's a complicated one because friendship is a good foundation for being in a relationship but once you are you aren't just friends, there is a lot more to it than that and many things that work as friends no longer work as lovers. The relationship is fundamentally different even if some aspects of it feel the same.
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God dammit, Junichirou. -_-
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JUST GRAB HER AND KISS HER. MAKE HER YOUR WOMAN
GODDAMN
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Archomp

NOTTO DISU SHITTO OGEN!!!!!!!!

XD
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you know that is a legitimate question by jun, why?
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@BaGamman@ichigoteguz With a serious and passionate relationship, I don't believe people can be friend again after a breakup. It hurts by just seeing the other's face and hurt even more when seeing them with another bf/gf. If you still has feeling for the other person then it is impossible to stay just friend since you will always want them to come back. Things would be really awkward. Plus there would be some jealousy from the current bf/gf. When you cross the line from friend to lover, there is no going back. Even people who said they are still friends don't really meet each other that much and will avoid meeting each other if they can. That happen to my classmates. The 2 of them was best friends, always sat next to each other through high school then started dating on senior year. Now they don't even meet each other anymore and it has been 8 years. It doesn't help that the man's current wife is the insanely jealous type that always afraid he would get back with his ex.
If people can stay friends after a breakup then that means their relationship was not that serious and more on the platonic side, when they broke up, no heart was broke.
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