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a group of mixed sex friends are always going to have a phase of being in relationshi watch

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    Ok so my group of friends has 3 boys and 3 girls and basically we went through a phase were we became 3 couples, so my question is do you think a group of mixed sex friends is always going to create bfs & gfs after some time?
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    Have you never watched Friends?
    Er, yes, it happens.
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    With the amount of hormones pumping in an average teenager it's always going to happen.
    It does get tricky though.
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    (Original post by Antimatter)
    Have you never watched Friends?
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    yes, my two best friends are in a relationship...and when they have problems (which is quite often) they expect me to deal with it -.-
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    Maybe not always, but in our group it's happened.. although not literally becoming three couples more like some people are but some aren't.. :dontknow:
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    good for plan b/sloppy seconds
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    No. There aren't always even numbers. Or the friend group might unfortunately contain me.
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    (Original post by forever_dreamer)
    With the amount of hormones pumping in an average teenager it's always going to happen.
    It does get tricky though.
    does that effect it?
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    (Original post by Melting Sugar.)
    Maybe not always, but in our group it's happened.. although not literally becoming three couples more like some people are but some aren't.. :dontknow:
    there was not one point where all 3 couples were together but it was weird because the 1st couple lasted a little while but 2 & 3 barely where there at all.
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    (Original post by spacepirate-James)
    yes, my two best friends are in a relationship...and when they have problems (which is quite often) they expect me to deal with it -.-
    I hated that when it happened to me
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    (Original post by EskimoJo)
    No. There aren't always even numbers. Or the friend group might unfortunately contain me.
    what do you mean by this
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    usually happens
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    this is how my mum and dad got together, they're still married 18years later and other couples that came about from their friendship group are still married as well
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    (Original post by Smtn)
    usually happens
    how ofter though?
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    I'd agree with that sentiment. :yep:
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    (Original post by bringmesunshine)
    this is how my mum and dad got together, they're still married 18years later and other couples that came about from their friendship group are still married as well
    its nice when its works out
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    Didn't happen with my friendship groups at uni. Although that could be down to the fact that I was the only one of the guys that was into girls.
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    yeah, not all of them though! I have quite a big mixed circle of friends. I'd say there's about 20-30 of us. And then within our group we all have our closer mates, and two couples. With a few people going through phases now and then.
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    (Original post by tropical-twist3)
    yeah, not all of them though! I have quite a big mixed circle of friends. I'd say there's about 20-30 of us. And then within our group we all have our closer mates, and two couples. With a few people going through phases now and then.
    thhis was when we were 15-16 and only 6 of us spending all our time together
 
 
 
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