Friends with Benefits Quotes for Him

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Friends with Benefits Quotes for Him

“Being friends with benefits is like being in a relationship with someone, except you’re not officially dating.”

“Friends with benefits: It’s like being in a relationship with someone, except you’re officially not engaged.”

“You can be friends with benefits if your sex life is perfect.”

“Friends with benefits are the new being in a relationship. I don’t know about you, but I’m up for it.”

“Maybe it’s better to be friends with benefits than to be in a real relationship. Genuine relationships always hurt.”

“Friends with benefits: It’s like being in a relationship with someone, except you’re not officially dating. It’s like trying to make out with an ex-girlfriend you’re not over. It’s like watching a movie where a good guy can get the girl at the end.”

“Friends with benefits are like being in a relationship, except you’re not dating. Friends with benefits are excellent, but it’s not the real thing.”

“Trust me, someone out there wants to be friends with benefits instead of in a relationship, but they don’t know yet. You’ll think it through after you’re done with the whole. Let’s be friends with benefits thing.”

“Friends with benefits are how a woman falls out of a relationship and into one.”

“Friends with benefits are like being in a relationship until something changes.”

“I don’t know why people think it’s called friends with benefits because we’re not friends; we’re not dating; we’re in bed together. It just sounds weird saying, friends. But the benefits are remarkable. The more benefits, the better.”

“I’m friends with benefits! I’m a friend! I’m not a benefit!”

“Some people call Friends with benefits, but they wish they weren’t. Others say they are just friends, but they’re not.”

“Are we ever in a relationship? No. Are we close friends? Yes. It isn’t straightforward. I don’t know what to call it.”

“I like the phrase friends with benefits. Sounds good. Like a good thing?”

“I can be friends with benefits, but I’d rather pretend it’s not just about sex.”

“Being friends with benefits seems fine until you’re not friends anymore. Then it seems like being stuck in a terrible relationship.”

“I think it’s better to be friends with benefits than to be in a real relationship.”

“Friends with benefits are great, but they might hurt you more than help you.”

“What bothers me about friends with benefits is that every sentence ends with. It doesn’t seem right. But benefits sound way better than getting money after sex or something. Like something you’re paying for.”

“I would say friends with benefits, except I don’t think it should be up for debate; this is something that’s not open to interpretation.”

“Friends with benefits sound so much better than a relationship with someone.”

“Friends with benefits is a little misleading. And what’s up with the extra? It makes the phrase sound weird. And the extra makes it sound like you’re friends with benefits, not in a relationship.”

“I love being friends with benefits. It is awesome!”

“Friends with benefits: You know you’re in a relationship, but no one else does.”

Friendship Benefits Quotes

“Friends with benefits are better than being alone all the time but not as good as having a boyfriend or girlfriend in your life. It’s like having two friends instead of just 1.”

“I think it’s better to be friends with benefits than to be in a real relationship. I mean, I’m sure you know why.”

“Friends with benefits are great until they’re not.”

“The perfect situation is being friends with some benefits.”

“I don’t think anyone would ever agree to be friends. You’d always want something else, like being friends with benefits. It’s a good deal.”

“I think it’s better to be friends with benefits than to be in a real relationship because you can feel like you have someone without having the heartache of a breakup. And all you have to do is pretend it’s not about sex.”

“I think friends with benefits are better than being in a relationship. If you’re friends, you can keep at least something from the relationship.”

“Being in a relationship is annoying and time-consuming, but having someone who will take care of you without asking for anything in return is excellent.”

“[Friends with Benefits] Better than no sex, but worse than having sex with someone else. I’m so over this.”

“Friends with benefits isn’t a relationship, but it’s also not being single. It’s something in between.”

“Friends with benefits? You’re both friends and you have benefits but no sex?”

“I don’t understand people who say they’re friends with someone when they’re not friends at all. The phrase should be changed to benefits with friends.”

“Friends with benefits are for people who are too scared to be in a relationship. It’s not worth it.”

“The reason why people get into relationships is to be friends with benefits. That’s the relationship that we all want to have.”

“Why do I want to sleep with a guy and not be his girlfriend?”

“It’s an uncomplicated relationship. It’s like a friendship; you have sex, then it stops. It’s like giving someone your phone number but not even your address. It’s not real. You can walk away from it.”

“People get confused between being friends and lovers, especially if you’re sleeping with the person, but it’s not a relationship; you’re just friends who have sex.”

“I don’t think friends with benefits are worth it. It’s hard to know if you like someone when all you do is have sex with them.”

“People aren’t honest about friendships without benefits. The problem is always in secrecy. You can’t feel close enough with someone to be friends if you’re constantly lying and sneaking around.”

“Friends with benefits is a contract. You can’t expect them to act like your boyfriend/girlfriend and you should not act like theirs. It is a lie because it never works out. In the end, everyone loses.”

“If you want real love, avoiding friends with benefits is best.”

“My friends are the only people I tell about my FWB. She’ll give me a hug, she’ll tell me it’s okay and she understands.”

“People in FWB relationships are too scared to commit to a real relationship.”

“The truth about friends with benefits is you fall for the person. Even if you’re not looking for love, it just happens. You lose interest in your own life and are only interested in them. You lose all sense of reality.”

“It was innocent at first, so there was no reason for me to expect anything. But then I fell for him. Now I want to be in a relationship with him. But he doesn’t want that. So it’s hard.”

“You start out being friends with benefits, but eventually, you have feelings for each other, and then you become a couple. It’s not healthy, though; if people start getting too serious, they stop having sex and you have to end it. It’s better to end it before you start feeling the love.”

“You have to be careful and make sure it doesn’t get serious. If you don’t care about them, it works out, but if you do care, it won’t.”

Friendship with Benefits Quotes

“The main problem is that friends with benefits usually end in heartbreak. You fall for the other person and they don’t feel the same. So when you have sex again, it makes you think of them, comparing them to your boyfriend/girlfriend. It’s not normal.”

“Sometimes you can tell that it will never get serious; other times, it seems like there is a chance that your FWB could become more than that. If you want it to be more than just friends with benefits, chances are they do too.”

“I think it’s better to have sex with many people and never make it serious than be in one serious relationship. There are also other benefits to being friends with benefits.”

“Friends with benefits can be fun, but it can end up hurting your heart if you’re not careful.”

“It just doesn’t work out. You can’t fall in love with someone you’re only seeing once a month or less. It’s best to stop right before you do. It is hard to stop, though. You have to tell them straight out that you don’t want a relationship and hope they understand.”

“Friends with benefits usually become a relationship.”

“It’s better to end it before it gets too severe, but once you start getting feelings for each other, there’s no way to stop. You become attached and build up hopes of being together. You can’t stop even if you want to.”

“People want to be friends with benefits because they don’t want to hurt the other person by telling them they don’t like them. Once you’re friends with benefits, breaking it off is hard because you feel bad for hurting the other person.”

“If two people start as friends with benefits, more feelings will usually be involved. When one person decides they’re ready for more, they’ll have feelings while the other won’t. If you try to be more, the other person will get hurt. It’s better not to start as friends with benefits, but if you already are, you need to decide.”

“I noticed those people who chose sex without strings attached were quite detached. They didn’t want or care about the other person’s feelings or emotions. You can’t have feelings for someone and also be friends with benefits.”

“Friends with benefits should be kept as friends; they deserve respect and honesty. Why should you be friends with benefits if you don’t care about them? You should only give them your time and not your feelings.”

“Friends with benefits take a lot of mental energy. You have to think about what it’s going to be. If you do, it won’t be effortless, and pretty soon, feelings will be involved. That’s not good because they are supposed to respect the other person’s feelings.”

“It’s hard to be in a friends-with-benefits relationship because you never know if they will stick around or not. You’re just in limbo, so I would never do it.”

“Friends-with-benefits relationships are much better than secret relationships. If everyone is open about what they want, then there is no confusion, and you won’t get hurt. I would rather have a secret relationship, but friends with benefits are not bad.”

“I think FWB relationships are okay when both people want something real. If you want to be friends with benefits, then it’s okay. But if you don’t, then you should give up.”

“Falling in love with your friend sucks because no matter what you say or do, you can’t get the person to move forward in a relationship. It’s hard to be friends with benefits; you get feelings for them and can’t just be that person. You have to stop being their friend.”

“My FWB doesn’t have a problem meeting up, although the other day, her mom asked where my boyfriend was.”

“I would never do friends with benefits because it’s not easy. It doesn’t work out, so I’d take the relationship slow and meet somewhere.”

“I think friends with benefits are okay if both people agree to it. If you don’t want to be in a relationship, it’s okay if it’s only sexual.”

“It was fun while it lasted, but I lost interest, and she didn’t. If a guy is nice, you could lose him because he will want to become more, and you won’t be ready.”

“Friends with benefits are confusing because you never know what the other person wants or feels. It’s also hard to be friends with benefits because you fall for them and end up hurting yourself.”

“It’s like being in a relationship but without the feeling of being in a relationship.”

“I don’t need a boyfriend or a relationship. I’m perfectly happy with my friend’s benefits.”

“I’m not looking for a relationship. I’m just here for the benefits.”

“A friends-with-benefits relationship is only good when both parties know what they want and they want the same thing.”

“I’m not looking for anything serious. I want something casual and fun.”

“Just because we’re friends with benefits doesn’t mean we can’t still be friends.”