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    my bf and i have been going out for just less than 3 months, and we live 2 hours apart. i haven't met his friends yet and he hasn't met mine. I'm just wondering how do you like do it? i think it's difficult as when we see each other we just want to spend time with each other. do you ask if they want to meet your friends or something? i sound really stupid sorry, but any answers would be appreciated x
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    when my bf told his friends about me his best friend asked if we could double date and i turned it down myself because i was shy but it was nice that he asked. i guess it helps when you have other friends who are couples because they're usually interested in meeting other couples. his friends who are single/dont have gfs haven't asked to meet up so yea you should look out for other couples that he's friends with or you're friends with
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    Usually there would be situations when you would meet them e.g. during a friends birthday,during his birthday, drinks out etc. If you do visit each other and only want to spend time together,then cool, but there may be a time when his friends have asked him to go out somewhere and you can just ask him if he minds if you come along too.
 
 
 
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