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smilee_kylie
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I just turned 18 recently so now I can start going clubbing . My boyfriend is still 17 so he can't. I have a really close guy friend who is 18 so I go out with him (my boyfriend is fine with us being good friends) What is everyones opinions on dancing close? Like is it wrong for me to dance too close to my friend at the clubs? Like touching each other and dancing close. What does everyone think about this?
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celery
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It really depends on what you and your boyfriend think is going too far. Talk to him, and ask him what he is and isn't comfortable with, because we really can't tell you... I could think one thing is okay... but your boyfriend might feel differently. Definetly talk to him about it.
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