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Roommate advice

Unread postby Cousin Itt » 9 February 2020, 20:19

So one of my friends is moving in with me. Bad thing is the last friend that moved in with me I develop a crush on him. It got bad I eventually got over him. But how to stop this from happening with my new roommate. I've already caught myself fantasizing about him and I keep stealing glances at him when he is shirtless. How do I stop this before I become obsessed like last time.
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Re: Roommate advice

Unread postby Eryx » 10 February 2020, 14:13

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Re: Roommate advice

Unread postby mxguy01 » 10 February 2020, 18:38

The objective being finding an workable roommate for normal roommate reasons, perhaps one should consider people they are not physically and emotionally attracted to in the sexual way as being a correct path to achieving the goal.

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Re: Roommate advice

Unread postby Cousin Itt » 11 February 2020, 08:03

I can't help I find him attractive.plus He's a friend I can't let him be homeless
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Re: Roommate advice

Unread postby kenzie_matt » 11 February 2020, 08:43

Attraction is one thing, lust is another. I find many people attractive, but I need to decide whether or not I'm going to start lusting after them.
If he's a hot roomie, great. You have material for your spank bank. You may even get lucky and see him naked. My caution is this: don't shit where you eat.
If he really is a friend, respect him enough as a person to keep your dick in check.
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Re: Roommate advice

Unread postby Revontulet » 11 February 2020, 23:26

kenzie_matt wrote:If he really is a friend, respect him enough as a person to keep your dick in check.

^ This!

[I forgot the name of a] movie with the same story. The main protagonist was about to loose his friend / roommate, because the poor guy couldn't resist the lust and attraction he was feeling (plus, there was a no-touchy-type-of-situation, and that's something you don't want to happen). Luckily, his friend was fair enough to sit down with him, talk, solve the problem, and decide to maintain the friendship. So, it's better to keep a relationship with him on a friendly basis. It's not easy for you, but look this way: Better friends, than nothing.
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