Dating a mans best friend
You share the same sense of humor and are on the same page when it comes to having fun.It definitely makes family dinners more interesting.Sometimes it feels like it's just you and your boyfriend existing in a shared bubble.It's not unlike the fun and silly slumber parties you had as a kid.Just because the two of you hang out together, like, all the time doesn't make your boyfriend your best friend. You go to meals together, you stay in and watch movies, you caress each other's face and hump a little bit. Being a best friend, however, involves a lot more understanding and acceptance.
Having full conversations through the bathroom door is completely normal. There's almost nothing that's off limits.“I am having the worst cramps right now.
When you put it into perspective, the two of you realize it's not productive to argue anymore.
Sign-hand-dancing in the car to a cheesy Taylor Swift song, getting drunk off rosé and imitating the "Housewives," dancing purposely goofy to a commercial jingle, texting a million times in a row just because you can -- those silly moments are the ones that bring out the best in you and your boyfriend.
Same goes for the food on each other's plates or the hat on his head or the t-shirts to sleep in. I don't know how you manage to do it all.”The two of you practically speak your own language.
You always put on his clothes and don't tell him that you're borrowing them. As long as it's coming from you, it's riveting.“My work friend gave me wine for Christmas and then I walked down 21st Street. You tease each other with playful nicknames derived from your months of experiences together.It's hard to stay mad over his being 15 minutes late when he arrives with flowers.