Yeh sorry about that. My best guy friend wants us to have sex. But that's not what I want. I really treasure our friendship not to ruin it like that. But how do I tell him??
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The best way to do it would be to come out honestly and tell him what you've told us. Let him know that you value his friendship and want that to remain the focus of your relationship. Explain to him that his friendship is a very iumportant thing to you, and that you wouldn't want to jeapordize that in any way. Hopefully, he will see how special you find his friendship to be, and will be happy about that. And if not, then maybe that isn't someone you'd like to be friends with anyway.
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