Dating a platonic friend
She quickly connected us via Facebook, where her friend and I immediately hit it off and subsequently spent the whole weekend together.
Jessica later introduced me to yet another awesome friend in San Francisco, and once again, her friend and I ended up having amazing chemistry.
We started talking a lot more as friends after that and studying together then one day there was a very easy opening so I took the opportunity to make a dirty joke. We started talking about what we liked to do and then it became what we'd want to do with each other.
Last year, I met a girl named Jessica on Ok Cupid and we agreed to meet up and go on an adventure date throughout Seattle.
It changed when he moved to my city and called me up to talk about a event we were both going to.
At the event we sought each other out and ended up talking for close to 3-4 hours.
We explored new neighborhoods, meandered through parks, and people-watched out of a coffee shop’s balcony.
There was always silly flirting and banter between the two of us so we got over the initial awkward of hey it’s just us pretty quickly.
Observe what happened next…A year after meeting Jessica, I needed to travel to a new city for work and I realized that I had no place to stay there.
I mentioned my predicament to Jessica, and she excitedly revealed that her good friend had just moved to the city I was visiting.
After the movie, we grabbed dinner and just talked all night. We met freshman year of college and became pretty good friends towards the end of that year and throughout the summer before sophomore year.
Even after we went our separate ways, we texted all night. He’s naturally flirty and just a good human and in the back of my head I was thinking, “Wow, he’d make a great boyfriend.”During sophomore year our friends were making bets on whether we would get together soon because we were getting increasingly flirty around each other. One thing led to another and thus began our relationship.