Relationship and friend group

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Sooo I'm still pretty new to this whole relationship thing well I did date someone offline for 11 months but it doesn't really count! I mean like a real relationship. We started dating back in December last year.

We both have the same friend group we have a group chat and weve all planned to meet up next week and he just asked me if we can still hug, kiss, hold hands etc in front of them I said yeah cause I love it all! But what will my friends think? Will anyone actually care is my point 😂 I mean like kissing in front of them... I want to do it I'm just now over thinking!
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Haha, I think it depends on your friends, they might find it awkward or something to cheer about.
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(Original post by urlocalinmate)
Haha, I think it depends on your friends, they might find it awkward or something to cheer about.
I meannn last time we hugged and held hands in front of 2 of my friends and they shouting awwwww 😂😂
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I'm part of one of two couples in my friend group. We're considered fine to be around; the other is generally considered too much in terms of PDA. Some general rules:
Forehead/cheek kisses or quick pecks on the lips are fine, any other kinds are not
Holding hands is cool
Hugging is fine, although sitting in a close embrace (as in having a lot of body contact or sitting on someone's lap or something) is not
Verbal affection should generally be kept between yourselves
Always acknowledge other people in the group when you're in a group
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