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Can Booty Call Become Boo?


M.I.S.S. Can Booty Call Become Boo?

It’s been asked time and time again. And if you’ve been in the situation, you too may have asked: “Can I turn this booty call into a relationship?”

The argument usually entails the “yes!” responses referring to romance, the physical connection must mean something, and sometimes these things do develop and work out. There is always eternal hope and optimism when it comes to love and romance. On the other hand, neasayers point to reality generally not supporting the notion of more from a booty call. After all, it was going to be a relationship, a booty call situation probably wouldn’t have commenced in its place.  But what is the actual proof for each side? I find more urban relationship myths referred to than actual conversion statistics.

I bring the question up now as a boy who was never really a booty call but is closest categorized as such resurfaced. He and I never actually dated or hooked up. There was sexy talk hinting of something, but it never worked out where we followed through. However, he is still in my life, even after changing phone numbers, locking myself out of Skpye, discontinuing email accounts, etc. The overall mood to our relationship seems to be more physically based, but we have no physical relationship. I’m not sure quite what to make of it. My current thinking is if we were going to date and perhaps have a relationship, that would have made progress by now. But I have no hard evidence that our relationship is one way or the other. He is a generally nice guy and stays in touch for some reason. At this point I’m not really looking for a booty call, but I’m not sure if efforts should be put in on my part to progress anything that is there.

Have you been in this situation? Did you come out of a booty call with a new boo, or try and not? Let me know!

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3 Responses to “Can Booty Call Become Boo?”

  1. Nga says:

    been in a booty call situation where i initially went in because i had feelings with hopes of getting something relationship-like out of it. ended up getting more complicated than it should have and got ugly.

    figured if he was interested in me as a person (read: romantically), the conversation would have been more well-rounded than just sex/physical/lust-talk. though, if you’re going into whatever “it” is with this person, my biggest piece of advice is to clarify what “it” is. good luck!

  2. Shayla says:

    If it’s safe to say, I’m in a very similar situation. I know a guy and there’s no doubt I’m attracted to him… I think it’s also safe to say he could possibly be attracted to me too. He has good taste in movies, knows how to dress, and is a complete gentleman. Whenever we hang out it’s always a good time and whether the connection is mutual or not, there’s definitely a connection. Although he is all of these wonderful things, it comes down to the question, “Why aren’t you two dating then?” Well, even though I find him attractive, I’m not sure if he’s someone I actually want to go to the next level with and date. “Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should”. And I think he feels the same way. It might be more simple to say that he is just a friend… but an attractive one. An attractive friend. :)

  3. Shayla- I never thought about it that way. I’m going to rethink my situation. Thanks for the response!

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