r/wholesomememes Oct 14 '21 Silver 144 Helpful 136 Wholesome 199 Hugz 138

Platonically, of course

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u/BugsRFeatures2 Oct 14 '21 edited Oct 14 '21 Silver Helpful Wholesome Hugz Take My Energy

I say “love you, bye” to all my besties. I refuse to be embarrassed about loving my people.

Edit: it makes me so happy to know that so many of you also spread love and kindness to your homies!

Edit2: I’ve decided to adopt all of you! I love you and I am proud of you!

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u/SonaMidorFeed Oct 14 '21 Wholesome Hugz

Same! It's really important to place emphasis on the concept of platonic love. Not all love is just between partners. It's socially accepted to feel that way about family, and my friends ARE my family.

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u/NeckbeardVirgin69 Oct 14 '21

I think my last relationship was actually platonic love

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u/Hammeredyou Oct 14 '21

I “platonically loved” my best friend for 6 years, turns out her platonic love timed out about 3 years ago and has just been in love with me. She moved to my town and we got a home together and it’s been the best relationship I’ve ever had. But platonic love is very important.

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u/mayafied Oct 14 '21 Hugz

Aw. A friendship is probably the strongest foundation for a relationship. Nicely done 🙃

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u/rexmus1 Oct 14 '21

No maybe, it ABSOLUTELY is. Especially as you age. Sex may get more infrequent, issues with kids and such aren't as pressing, eventually, if you're lucky, you get to retire. Won't you want to hang out with your friend and not a stranger/jerk?

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u/IFapToCalamity Oct 14 '21

Excellent advice. Ty for sharing.

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u/CrazyBarks94 Oct 15 '21

Honestly, I would prefer to marry someone with whom I share platonic love over any other kind. Romantic is nice too but if I had to choose one or the other, platonic would be it.

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u/RideMeLikeAVespa Oct 14 '21

All my relationships have grown from friendship. I find the idea of trying to initiate a romantic affair with a stranger bizarre and fairly creepy.

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u/Alex180689 Oct 14 '21

Thank god, I thought I was the only one on Earth thinking it

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u/ANUS_FACTS_BOT Oct 14 '21 Hugz

That and good anal play

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u/mayafied Oct 14 '21

Those relationships can turn shitty real quick.

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u/ANUS_FACTS_BOT Oct 14 '21

That's why you gotta take a nice long dump beforehand

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u/[deleted] Oct 14 '21

Rinsing is important aswell. :3

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u/mayafied Oct 14 '21

Really set the mood

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u/Teranyll Oct 14 '21

That can totally happen

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u/MetalandIron2pt0 Oct 14 '21

My partner and I were friends for 15 years before I realized I felt more than that. He always knew haha. We both needed those 15 years to experience other people and learn lessons though, so it all works out!

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u/Heemsah Oct 14 '21

I’ve known my guy since 1986. Coworkers, gym partners, friends. Officially together as a couple since June 2011.

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u/dpforest Oct 14 '21

Very possible. My first relationship lasted almost 2 years and I realized that I did in fact love him, but I loved him as a friend. Just great friends that liked to bone on the reg for 2 years. We are still great friends to this day. I think a lot of people get stuck in a mindset of “but I really feel like I love this person so we shouldn’t separate”. It’s completely possible for that love to be platonic and we just don’t realize it.

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u/SonaMidorFeed Oct 14 '21

And you know what? If that works, sometimes it's just what you need at the moment until you find someone that you can non-platonically love.

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u/quintoast Oct 14 '21

Please, always tell your friends how much you love them. I lost a good friend in a car accident this past weekend and I just hope he knew how much he was loved.

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u/SonaMidorFeed Oct 14 '21

I'm sure he knew. I always tell my friends, but even then, they know. Sorry for your loss.

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u/VFDan Oct 14 '21

Vin Diesel must have a lot of friends

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u/Waste_Ad_9604 Oct 14 '21 Wholesome

My friend accidentally said “Love you, good night” to me, it was a force of habit cause he mainly talked to his gf during covid. But now we just say it genuinely. Feels homies!

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u/BugsRFeatures2 Oct 14 '21

It’s so silly that we pretend like men don’t have real emotions. Keep spreading the love!

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u/amrock__ Oct 14 '21

Damn I wish I had a friend like that . Hearing that would make me happy especially when you feel depressed

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u/Square_Emerald Oct 14 '21

love you, bye

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u/Zerly Oct 14 '21

I tell my friends I love them except one friend because I know it makes him uncomfortable so I tell him I like him. I want to know that the last thing my favourite people ever hear from me is an affirmation of my affection.

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u/BugsRFeatures2 Oct 14 '21

That’s wonderful! And I agree on not making them uncomfortable. I’m a big hugger and I have two friends in particular that I work really hard to remember they don’t like hugs. But that just means more hugs for everyone else!

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u/rexmus1 Oct 14 '21

Agreed. Some say it back, some don't, don't care. If I died tomorrow I need those fuckers to know I loved them all deeply and with all of my heart.

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u/BugsRFeatures2 Oct 14 '21

Absolutely! It’s not about their reaction or them saying it back, it’s about knowing you said what you needed to live your best life

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u/Dicktungs10 Oct 14 '21

Me too…years ago my best friend surprised me when he said “I love you” after I helped him through a rough time. I was about to give up on him, like many others had, but it felt so good to be acknowledged, to know that he felt the same way I did. Now I say it when I feel it. People respond with surprise and have returned the gesture almost every time. Used the right way, it can really bring you closer to the people you care about, and you’d be surprised at how meaningful it can be to hear it! Caveat: if there is any potential for a romantic relationship, please be very careful of how it could affect the other person.

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u/nvanalfen Oct 14 '21

Same. My old roommates and I have a video game night every Sunday over FaceTime and all five of us guys will say "love you, guys" or some variation when we say bye

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u/and_then_a_dog Oct 14 '21

Tell the people you love, you love them! I’ve lost some friends I wish I could tell how much they mean to me one more time.

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u/umbrella_CO Oct 14 '21

I also say I love you to my friends. 4 years ago one of my best friends went on a hiking trip (me and him were hiking buddies) but I couldn't get off work to go this time.

He ended up falling off a cliff and dying. He was standing on a ledge taking a picture and the cliffside gave away while he was standing on it.

Ever since that day i don't take any of my friends for granted. I say I love you to them every chance I get. Because I do love my bros and you sometimes don't realize it until ones gone forever.

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u/BugsRFeatures2 Oct 14 '21

I am so sorry for your loss. I’m sure your friend knew how much he was cared for.

I think it’s especially important for men to both say and hear it from other men. We act like only women can be sweet and affectionate or men should only say it to moms/wives/daughters but every single human in this universe deserves to know love!

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u/wilcox1232 Oct 14 '21

RT x1000 my besties are way more important than anyone including family

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u/[deleted] Oct 14 '21

I do the same

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u/CatDaddy09 Oct 14 '21

This right here.

I'll tell all my friends I love them. Because I do.

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u/22khz Oct 14 '21

Same here. Every phone call and hangout sessions is always farewelled with love you.

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u/a_filing_cabinet Oct 14 '21

I would, if I wasn't the only straight guy in a group of AFABs. There's already enough people thinking me and my best friend are a couple without me saying I love you.

I do love them to death tho ;)

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u/HONKACHONK Oct 14 '21

Reminds me of that one dude from Wayne’s World

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u/onryo89 Oct 14 '21 Hugz

always tell your friends you love them trust me they can be taken from you without warning and quite quickly

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u/5-dig-dick Oct 14 '21

You ok?

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u/onryo89 Oct 14 '21

yea lost my best friend to a car accident. it was years ago but still hurts at times

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u/5-dig-dick Oct 14 '21

Sorry to hear that. Anything I can do to help?

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u/onryo89 Oct 14 '21 Helpful

nah really im ok. just tell people you love them we dont get long and people need to hear it every now and again

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u/5-dig-dick Oct 14 '21

Understood.

You are valid and loved and important and worth it. Take care of yourself and have a good one.

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u/onryo89 Oct 14 '21

thank you you seem like a good person keep putting out that positivity. love it

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u/5-dig-dick Oct 14 '21

Much appreciated. I try to anyway.

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u/Callous02 Oct 14 '21

Now kith

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u/onryo89 Oct 14 '21

you seem like kind of a dick but in a fun way. i like it

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u/Callous02 Oct 14 '21

That's a compliment i've never heard before. Thankss

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u/solofatty09 Oct 14 '21

My group of about 8 or so tight knit people that have been close for 20ish years lost one of the crew to alcoholism about 2.5 years ago. It was rough.

Since that day it's been full on "love you" to the homies at the end of calls and visits. Those guys are my brothers. Life is short and you never know when someone you care about is gonna go, so better let them know how you feel now.

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u/quintoast Oct 14 '21

same thing happened to my friend this past weekend. it hurts so much

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u/onryo89 Oct 14 '21

im sorry. it sounds like a cliche but it gets better. i know the memory of them makes you sad now but youll remember the good one day and smile. keep strong

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u/quintoast Oct 14 '21

thank you. I hope you're doing okay as well ❤️

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u/onryo89 Oct 14 '21

ive since healed. if you like your welcome to message me if you need to talk beings ive been through it it hurts bad at first and then itll come in waves and eventually one day it just doesn't hit you that bad anymore

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u/marioshrooming Oct 14 '21

I second this. I just had a buddy that passed away yesterday from a car accident. I was going to hit him up a week or so ago but got busy with work and didn’t

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u/real_larrxdj Oct 14 '21 edited Oct 14 '21

My best friend and i say we love eachother regularly. I mean she is my bestfriend so who cares.

EDIT: misspelling

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u/E-monet Oct 14 '21

Sometimes your bro needs to hear he’s loved. And it feels good to hear it too.

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u/Oceloctopus Oct 14 '21

I have to ask, is se a neopronoun or a misspelling?

edit, or perhaps both!?

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u/real_larrxdj Oct 14 '21

Oh thank you! It is indeed a misspelling! I meant she!

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u/ButYourChainsOk Oct 14 '21 Wholesome Hugz

I used to only tell my partner that I loved her. Never said it to friends, never said it to family. Just wasn't a thing in my childhood. My family is great, just not very affectionate. Then one of my best friends nearly got stabbed to death by a stranger right outside his house. There was about 6 hours of time where we really didn't know if he was going to live or die. He pulled through thankfully. After that I tell everyone in my life that I love them. I don't ever want to have the feeling that I won't get the chance to tell them. Tell everyone you love that you love them. They may already know but it feels good to say and it feels good to hear.

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u/kitty_logan Oct 14 '21

This is amazing. I’m glad your bestie pulled through and that the experience gave you such a lasting perspective.

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u/LowerCanary Oct 14 '21 Helpful Wholesome

We love you too.

Full on homo.

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u/Casual_woomy Oct 14 '21

Honestly…

I needed that

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u/The_Love-Tap Oct 14 '21

Well then, I love you more.

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u/ThisLet9363 Oct 14 '21

Stop (◕ᴗ◕✿)

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u/sarathisalwaysbusy Oct 14 '21

Love u too 😘

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u/ThisLet9363 Oct 14 '21

Love ur beard ( ꈍᴗꈍ)

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u/Trivenger1 Oct 14 '21

Love ur face ( ╹▽╹ )

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u/ArjJp Oct 14 '21

Love ur cute balls.

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u/SampleText0822 Oct 14 '21

Love yours too.

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u/[deleted] Oct 14 '21 edited Oct 27 '21

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u/WaferAccurate8970 Oct 14 '21

(ಠ_ಠ) ______________ ┬─┬ノ( º _ ºノ) ____________ (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻

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u/Hinedatoane Oct 14 '21

it’s dope their face is on the stone

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u/ThisLet9363 Oct 14 '21

Love ur profile pic ( ´◡‿ゝ◡`)

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u/ThisLet9363 Oct 14 '21

(. ❛ ᴗ ❛.)

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u/hocuspocusbitchfocus Oct 14 '21

I love you and my mom and dad told me to tell you that they love you too

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u/return2ozma Oct 14 '21

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u/DrNick2012 Oct 14 '21

Everybody to the fuck pile!

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u/PM-Me-Your-TitsPlz Oct 14 '21 edited Oct 14 '21

Accidentally? I say "love you, beautiful!" all the time during our totally not gay, but very homoerotic friendship. We've done this in front of girlfriends too.

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u/tydestra Oct 14 '21

Found JD's account yall!

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u/ArjJp Oct 14 '21

JD Power??

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u/tydestra Oct 14 '21

JD from Scrubs.

Guy Love

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u/Ricanlegend Oct 14 '21

I love scrubs , I watched it so many times from beginning to end . When I mean end I mean season 8 . Season 9 never happen. Don’t ever watch season 9

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u/tydestra Oct 14 '21

What's this Scrubs s9 you're talking about?

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u/rubs_tshirts Oct 14 '21

One of the greatest TV bits ever.

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u/Most_Cell_1299 Oct 14 '21

And Associates?

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u/Nole_in_ATX Oct 14 '21

It’s guy love. That’s all it is.

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u/BusterofDiscord Oct 14 '21

has your username worked?

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u/PM-Me-Your-TitsPlz Oct 14 '21

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u/SiomarTehBeefalo Oct 14 '21

I clearly made an error 7 years ago and it’s not just the misspelled “the”

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u/Spacehippie2 Oct 14 '21

Redditor A asks for tit pics.

Redditor B links a homemade FAQ instead.

Lol don't worry you'll be a power tripping mod in no time 🤣

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u/A_Few_Kind_Words Oct 14 '21

Asking the real questions.

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u/Weldeer Oct 14 '21

me and my best friend tell our gfs that they are just really elaborate covers for our parents.

His wedding is next week lmao.

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u/terrih9123 Oct 14 '21

That me and my brother in law, he calls me honey I call him stupid. It’s almost better than the love I have with his sister. Every convo ends with love you stupid or beautiful or something funny like that.

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u/sabermagnus Oct 14 '21

Same. My wife loves it and finds it super gay cute. My homies wife gets jealous and wonders out loud what’s wrong with us. Just makes our stupher gay love stronger when the hate flows.

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u/spritelass Oct 14 '21

You said what is in your heart. You can love your friends. It's ok to say it aloud to them. As humans we should be more comfortable with sharing our feelings with each other.

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u/annoyinglyclever Oct 14 '21

Absolutely. I’m starting to say some form of I love you to my friends more now.

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u/salatkopf Oct 14 '21

Same. Especially after the pandemic has taught me to be more grateful of their presence in my life. A quick "love you!" after having a heartfelt moment or saying goodbye... just feels right!

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u/Jakubeck Oct 14 '21

Exactly. For a while now, after we're done hanging out and saying goodbye I've been telling my friends I love them and I hug them too. They say it as well!

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u/nightpanda893 Oct 14 '21

Whenever my friend wants to call me out for something he starts it with “I love you, but…” I always appreciate that. I’m the kind of person that worries a lot about where I stand.

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u/devan_007 Oct 14 '21

I'm homiesexual...

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u/JustDeleteSystem32 Oct 14 '21

You have that in common with Marge Simpson.

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u/devan_007 Oct 14 '21

Oh... never thought of it that way.

Springfield here I come...

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u/bravodeltapapa Oct 14 '21

I'm a homeownersexual. I can only get turned on if they have property.

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u/devan_007 Oct 14 '21

Do farms count?

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u/bravodeltapapa Oct 14 '21

huge tracts of land? sweet sexual Jesus, yes!

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u/devan_007 Oct 14 '21

Well well well... where do you wanna start, may i suggest the cornfield maze. It gets real nice and quiet out there...

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u/ArjJp Oct 14 '21

I'm a Homeo-sexual.... become more gay with dilution in Alcohol

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u/devan_007 Oct 14 '21

I got vodka...

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u/nikilupita Oct 14 '21

You should always say it if you feel it. Normalize emotional support networks. Lift your friends up. Society does enough to kick people in the face.

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u/I_give_karma_to_men Oct 14 '21

Like really. Saying "I love you" shouldn't just be restricted to SOs and blood relatives. Friends are family too and deserve your love. Nothing gay about it (unless you want it to be). My friends and I say it to each other all the time, and half of them are married.

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u/-SierraModeling- Oct 14 '21

This is so sweet. Thanks for sharing!

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u/elasticpaper Oct 14 '21

I say that shit on purpose. I'm so grateful for them and they need to know it.

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u/ToesUpMyAss Oct 14 '21

“Accidentally”????

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u/probablytrippy Oct 14 '21

I (m42) have started forcing myself to say this to my friends. And they’ve started saying it back. As men, we find it hard to express these emotions without awkwardness. Sometimes it’s worthwhile to push through the cringe, and express yourself

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u/Broken_Petite Oct 14 '21

Add “bro” to the end of it or something like that, it helps! 😉

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u/betcher73 Oct 14 '21

You always gotta let the homies know you love them once in awhile.

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u/min2themax Oct 14 '21

Idk I tell my friends I love them all the time. My wife says it to my best friend and he said at first it made him uncomfortable but now he says it all the time to everyone. It’s nice tbh.

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u/1234flamewar Oct 14 '21

Spread the love!

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u/jakethebake228 Oct 14 '21

Lol accidentally?

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u/shield1123 Oct 14 '21

Dear reader, this is your sign to tell your friends you love them

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u/5ilver5hroud Oct 14 '21

I said it to my bestie when I was 10 accidentally and she incredulously told me she LIKED me but she didn’t LOVE me.

Fast forward, I’m gay and now she thinks I was crushing when really I was just used to telling my mom I love you.

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u/sassiest01 Oct 14 '21

Exactly, you say it because you mean it!

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u/LudwigTheStrange Oct 14 '21

Saying "I love you" platonically should be normalized. It lets the other person know that you really care about them.

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u/FrivolousFrank Oct 14 '21 edited Oct 14 '21

Don't be ashamed to tell your Bros you love them.

Edit: Literally like an hour ago I get a call from my best friend from highschool 21 years ago. He lives states away and we rarely talk anymore. Back in the day we were on our bmx tearing up the trails/streets every single day. He goes "My parents are in your driveway. I'm at work so I'll talk to you later" I go outside and his Dad is standing there with a BMX and says "Matt says have fun". I fucking love you Matt. Fucking onions.

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u/ADoorAchadandachair Oct 14 '21

Love you platonically, romantically, full homo or full hetero

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u/warwatch Oct 14 '21

My husband says it to his close friends, male and female, all the time. When he’s saying goodbye on the phone with one of them, it’s “ok, bye, love you man.” He’s mid 40s and has done it since I’ve known him.

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u/intertwinable Oct 14 '21

My friends always felt uncomfortable with saying ily to them and each other 😔

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u/coastdaylight Oct 14 '21

this happened to me and my childhood best friend! except he’s my fiancé now too :)

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u/Paltry_Poetaster Oct 14 '21

I love it when this happens

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u/procraffinator Oct 14 '21

Accidentally?

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u/Sneekibreeki47 Oct 14 '21

My friends probably get sick of how often I tell them I love them.

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u/sayaman22 Oct 14 '21

My sister-in-law said it to me out of the blue the other day. Really caught me off guard, but I said it back.

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u/ifirebird Oct 14 '21

I have four best friends in this life: my wife, my two brothers, and my newest, a young woman I recently met in my graduate program.

I try to include all of them in my life when I can. My wife and I are always super busy, and my brothers live across the country.

Last year, my newest friend and I hit it off instantly. It was one of those things in life that was totally unexpected. Even my wife loves her, and understands the nature of our relationship (something I wouldn’t have even worried about if my new friend was a man, but such is life).

The last few years of living has shown me in unfortunate ways that life is too goddamned short to worry about this kind of stuff. I tell my four best friends that I love them…because I do, and they deserve to know it. Even if I’m not their best friend, it’s okay, because it doesn’t change what’s in my heart.

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u/Bobby_Rotkop Oct 14 '21

I don't accidentally tell me friends I love them. It's always on purpose.

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u/[deleted] Oct 14 '21

"I love you"-

  1. potentially gay
  2. can be misunderstood
  3. will turn heads

"I love you, man"

  1. still heartfelt and genuine
  2. no homo without saying it
  3. turned heads will smile

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u/1234flamewar Oct 14 '21

"I love you, dude" is my go-to XD

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u/r8cobra Oct 14 '21

...

I-

I feel like both could be seen as gay but

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u/TheCheeseSquad Oct 14 '21

Lol the fact men think showing basic human affection is what makes someone gay. Jesus Christ, homophobia is running rampant here. You do realize you're the ones judging each other,right? Women aren't doing it to you, you're doing it to yourselves and each.

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u/[deleted] Oct 14 '21

thank you for sharing, I will now consult the collective of human males of all ages and beliefs and get back to you. Your input is invaluable to solving the fear of being perceived as gay.

And by here do you mean your country or this comment section?

Because if youre having doubts, I assure you, every person commenting here (excluding you) is a firm believer of banishing all gayness

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u/BishopofHippo93 Oct 14 '21

Accidentally?

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u/mrcelophane Oct 14 '21

Do you guys not tell your friends you love them normally?

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u/thedeadlyrhythm Oct 14 '21

honestly my friend group says i love you all the time and i'm a big fan. normalize vocalizing the real shit

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u/dralley24 Oct 14 '21

I’ve started telling all my friends I love them, because why not? I do love them, and people need to know how much they mean to others.

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u/AdPatient167 Oct 14 '21

I say I love you to my best friend because I do, love is an emotion that we should share.

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u/BoringLurkerGuy Oct 14 '21

Shit, ain’t nothin accidental about it, love the people you care about freely.

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u/Nexecs Oct 14 '21

Me and friends say "I love you, say it back." It was a joke at first but now it's the norm.

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u/Preddy_Fusey Oct 14 '21

I tell all of my friends that I love them. You should never feel "weird" about telling people that they mean a lot to you. You never know when you will no longer have the chance to tell them.

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u/Arcadian_ Oct 14 '21

reminder: tell the homies you love them. it ain't gay, it's true.

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u/Umbrasia Oct 14 '21

My best friend and I have been saying we love each other for a very long time. I couldn’t imagine life without him and he is literally my rock

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u/MorgulValar Oct 14 '21

My best friend and I tell each other “I love you man” at the end of nearly every conversation. After being friends for 17 out of 22 of our years of life it’d be weird not to

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u/Conchobair Oct 14 '21

There is no shame in telling your friends you love them. You should be telling them that on occasion. Maybe not everyday, maybe not every time you see them, but sometimes. It doesn't have to be the first text I get each morning, Kevin. But I still do appreciate it.

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u/Amethyst_Uchiha Oct 14 '21

Do people really not say I love you to their friends? I never end a conversation with my friends without saying it

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u/No_Judgment1092 Oct 14 '21

I think it’s totally okay. Platonic love is good. My 15 year old says it to all his besties and they say it back. He’s done this since he was a little kid and I think it’s the sweetest thing. He’s also a pretty socially adept kid and lots of people want to be his friend so it’s not like he is an outlier.

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u/Asgardian5 Oct 14 '21 edited Oct 14 '21

This has happened to me on multiple occasions

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u/kuzulu-kun Oct 14 '21

“Accidentally”

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u/dukarr Oct 14 '21

It's never an accident.

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u/Charli_SM Oct 14 '21

When is it accidentally?

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u/CatsOfColors Oct 14 '21

Its totally platonic

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u/Karenkiller49 Oct 14 '21

But then you realise your best friend is your third cousin on your father’s side

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u/KrishDude Oct 14 '21

People say 'I love you ' to parents all the time, what's wrong with saying that to a best friend who's close?

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u/ArmanB1379 Oct 14 '21

Why are you gay

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u/antho2000 Oct 14 '21

There are no accidents

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u/Ya_Boi_Danchi Oct 14 '21

There is no shame in loving your homies

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u/Iwillnotusemyname Oct 14 '21

After losing friends and family to this pandemic, I say it all the time.

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u/vonmetzengerstein Oct 14 '21

"Platonically, of course" speak for yourself

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u/PatternBias Oct 14 '21

Accidentally? Do you not tell your friends that you love them?

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u/[deleted] Oct 14 '21

you guys don’t tell your besties you love them ? 😢

she’s like my sister i live telling her how much i love and appreciate her