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    Those of you with bfs/gfs. Hmmm, think back to when you first met them, was there instant passion at the beginning?

    Like as soon as you saw them it was like "omg, he/she's FIT", or was it more of a slow burning thing. Like you met them, got on really well, and then decided you wanted to go out with them, and then eventually did..

    Can passion come if it's not initial. Does that make sense?
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    Its always been there right at the beginning up until now.
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    I think it is different with each relationship, say you met in a club and went home together, there was obviously passion from the start, on the other hand me and my bf met at college, I didn't know him until he contacted my friend to ask who I was, then we went out, once we'd kissed once, there was passion after that and you couldn't keep your hands off each other, but before that I wouldn't say it was passion, it was more of a really big 'i like you' situation! If you are doing things with someone, e.g going further than snogging etc i think you should feel some sort of passion, but who am I to say, and who is to say what passion is to you? Passion does slip away a bit though, it only sort of comes around when we're getting it on now lol, as when your discussing who's going to change the cats litter tray, it sort of kills the passion!
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    When i first met my current bf, i was dating his distant friend. I had no feelings towards him, even though he fancied me. Once we started dating about a year later, we started up the passion
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    Hmmm, ok, maybe passion isn't the right word. I dunno... lust?

    Like, I really like this guy, but we're just friends right now, and I dunno if he'll ever feel more. That make sense? I think I might just be friendzoned.

    I feel like, the fact he doesn't want to jumo my bones the few times he's met me indicates he's not that interesting.

    Guys are highly visual, no?
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    Well yeah. It's always been a case of "wows she's fit". Lock eyes here and there. Lot's of flirting/chemistry. My type of thing.
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    (Original post by n0c0ntr0l)
    Well yeah. It's always been a case of "wows she's fit". Lock eyes here and there. Lot's of flirting/chemistry. My type of thing.
    Hes really touchy feely, and flirty. & stuff. And hugs and all tht. And we hang out after school sometimes & stuff.

    I dunno, he just hasn't made a move or anything. I see him at school all the time too. :confused: :confused:
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    Hes really touchy feely, and flirty. & stuff. And hugs and all tht. And we hang out after school sometimes & stuff.

    I dunno, he just hasn't made a move or anything. I see him at school all the time too. :confused: :confused:
    Well, you know it's not against the rules for you to make a move. If he's that touchy (sounds a lot like me) and he only does it to you, it's safe to say if you ask him out he'll almost certainly say yes.
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    I feel like, the fact he doesn't want to jumo my bones the few times he's met me indicates he's not that interesting.
    dont agree with this, ive met someone who i grew to fancy, i hadnt even spoken to him much before i liked him so it might not be the case, he might like you!
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    (Original post by yoyo462001)
    If you ask me thats even better, if im with a girl that i really respect and care the last thing i would want to do is get into her pants on the get go.

    This is encouraging.

    I do think hes in2 me, its just hard to know, & like I said he hasnt tried anything at all, and we've known each others for a while now. Meh. Thanks.

    I dont think passion was the word I was looking for either. :confused:
 
 
 
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