Movie talking with friends of opposite lovemaking: yay or nay?

Movie talking with friends of opposite hookup: yay or nay?

I uncommonly do a movie talk with my friends. With a fucking partner is an entirely different case, but with friends? Almost never.

For me, movie talk is a very intimate way of conversing with another. It’s even more intimate than going out just the two of you. Why? Going out is public. Talking to a friend, in front of your computer screen, in your bedroom, with your headset, is very… intimate.

To this day, I never actually had a movie talk with the opposite hook-up who’s just a friend. I would feel anxious, agitated even – watching his face and listening to his voice while knowing that he only has me in front of his eyes (it’s not like I can look at the scenery or comment on other people’s food orders or something like that) make me awkward.

The thought on this matter came a few months ago when the three of us, a masculine friend, a female friend, and I, were having lunch together after lecture. The female friend told us stories that she just had this movie talk with her masculine friend who lives in London. Almost instinctively, without indeed looking at each other, my masculine friend and I said, “Awwwww,” in unison, thinking there must be something behind that. Yet she insisted that they are just friends.

“Is there something wrong with movie talking with a friend of opposite hook-up?” she asked, obviously finding our views very weird.

Well, it’s a free country.

“I wouldn’t talk with a boy through a movie talk, moreover for hours – talking, talking, laughing, or sharing about our private issues and stories. By listening to your stories alone, I personally think that he’s interested in you,” I said.

She then attempted to coax me that there is nothing inbetween them, again.

Attempting to get some support, I asked my masculine friend (who has a gf) of what he thought about movie talking with opposite hook-up.

“It’s more justifiable when both parties are single. But if one of them is in a relationship, it’s a big no. I wouldn’t like my gf to be movie talking with some random boy…” he said.

Evidently, both my masculine friend and I thought that there is something ‘fishy’ with movie talking with a friend of opposite lovemaking. It represents there is something more than just friendship.

I was asking another friend, masculine, 20, about this matter and he says this without even skipping a hit, “Well, if it’s one on one I don’t think it’s okay. Because you normally do movie talk at home, right? That’s a private place, and you will do a private conversation.”

You see? I’m on the right track.

Of course, there are also some people who say otherwise. Another masculine friend, 20, says, “I am used to movie talk with a female friend all the time. It’s not a big deal.”

Maybe if you’re both single, I wouldn’t make such a big fuss about it. But you see, this friend of mine is talking with a female friend who already has a beau.

I wonder what would I do if I find out my beau regularly talks on movie talks with his female friends. Even if they are his best friends, and there are no potential threats of cheating, I would still be against it. I’m a stiff believer of not playing with fire, and you know what?

Sharing too many laughs can just do the trick. I wouldn’t want him to be movie talking regularly, not even once in a while. No. Hell, no. It’s too individual.

The thing is, movie talking is all about getting convenient. And if you get too comfy with a certain someone of the opposite hook-up…

It is even worse than sitting together in a car, just the two of you, for two hours. Because it’s not only talking, it’s eyeing the opposite end being very relaxed in his or her own private space (home or bedroom) and providing ninety per cent attention.

At least in a car rail, you can pretend to tend to your phones, look at your surrounding, listen to the radio, or sing some songs.

What do you think of movie talking with a friend of the opposite lovemaking? Is it an harmless game or playing with fire?

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