"He Pretended He Died From COVID": People Are Sharing How Their Situation-Ship Ended

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Friends with Benefits can seem like a great no-commitment alternative to a relationship, but sometimes ending things can get messier than an actual breakup of relationships
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Reddit user u/Jarvisv001 recently asked, "How did the relationship with your friggin' buddy end?" Here are a few answers:
1. "I fell in love, he said he didn't. Then I got into a relationship with another man and he crawled out to get me back and said he loved me. Nah, boy, you had it, you lost it, I'm moving on."
—u/roxxxayp
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2. “It was an absolutely amicable farewell. I didn't want to date anyone. He wanted to go out with someone. He met a girl he wanted to date, having fun while it lasted. We were on a rec sports team together, so we hung out a lot too.
—u/gunnapackofsammiches
3. "I married him."
—u/MayaDawnNSFW
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4. "He was my boyfriend for 30 years. He died of a heart attack last March. I found out about it from mutual friends on Facebook. His family invited me to the funeral service and I met his sister-in-law and told her some of our stories. The family gave me his and his late wife's wedding rings and some other memorabilia."
—u/Emery72
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5. "I didn't enjoy sex without emotion and intimacy."
—u/No_Yam_9459
6. "I moved away and he said I wasn't worth the drive. Fair enough. Eight years later he wrote via email that he was an idiot.”
—u/ BrainsAdmirer
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7 “He got married. Within two months he wrote me that he needed an adventure in his life and was not satisfied with the marriage. I sent him ROFL emojis and blocked him everywhere. However, I feel sorry for his wife.”
—u/Dhoobzoo
8. "We fell in love and were too young and naive to realize it. We didn't communicate our feelings and misunderstood each other's intentions. I'm not sure I've felt this pure since. We're still friends."
—u/SweeeeetPotatoPie
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9. "He pretended to have died of COVID."
—u/coellan
10. "I have a boyfriend. He didn't take it well. He tried to hurt me by saying, 'I only slept with you because you're hot.' Many Thanks."
—u/blaster tomato-24
11. "I got to a stage where I wanted a relationship, he said he wasn't ready for it. Months later he said he wanted to try but I didn't want to anymore."
—u/Crafty_Requirement75
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12. "The first major lockdown happened. The time I was apart made me realize that he wasn't actually that big a person and I just never met him again."
—u/secretceremonials
13. "I tried to have an FWB once. I ended up dating for 3 months then it just fizzled out cuz I wasn't in love and we broke up over lyrics lol. There was nothing wrong with him: gorgeous, talented and hung as a moose, but the sex was meh because I wasn't emotionally invested. I will never do that again.
—u/Uereks
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14. "I was more invested than he was and he broke it off because he didn't think it was fair to me. He got feelings for me, but he was attached to one of his friends whom he had never asked out and couldn't invest in me anymore. We stopped seeing or talking for three months until he called and said he had dated her and hated it and missed me and was happier with me than he realized at the time. I was still in love with him, so we started dating properly and now we've been living together for almost two years."
—u/icedvanillalattepls
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15. "We were friends for eight years before we started dating. We dated for a year and then I broke it off because I wanted a relationship, not necessarily with him but just one in general and I knew it was him. I'm not seriously looking. Four months after canceling I met my now husband. We're MUCH better off as good friends than we ever would have been in a relationship, and we both knew it. He's still my buddy, just not my f**kbuddy anymore."
—u/dberna243
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16. "He told me he had a present for me in the car and then never came back."
—u/UnluckySuccessOk
17. "I wanted more, but he didn't want it. He kept saying he wasn't ready for a relationship even though we were together the whole time. I cried a lot, tried to wait for him, got tired of waiting and then kept on getting on Tinder and started dating other men. He insisted we remain friends. A few months later, he announced his new girlfriend, someone he was working with and had apparently spoken to the entire time we were together. I cut off all contact and blocked him. A year later I met him and he asked if I could meet him for dinner.”
"I figured I'd put the past behind me and we went out. He got totally flirty and handy and still played the same games as before. We hung out a few times, then a few weeks later he dropped the bombshell that he moved away with his girlfriend. I blocked him again. This time I told him never to try to contact me again, I wanted him out of my life forever."
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18. "He ghosted me and immediately got a new girlfriend. It hurt quite a bit and I wondered why he didn't choose me. I'm mostly over it now, but it still upsets me sometimes."
—u/plzdontfindme0
19. "I met my now husband. He moved across the country and met his now-wife, so high five!”
—u/insert caffeine
20. "He started dating a colleague of his. I wasn't interested in a serious/long term relationship so it didn't bother me until they started sleeping together and then became 'exclusive'. He still wanted to continue our fuck buddy status and I said absolutely not. I wasn't ready to be a side chick. He texts me every few months to see if I'll relent. I do not answer.
—u/LocalAndi
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21. "After some time in therapy, I told him I needed certain things from my sexual experiences — mostly follow-up care and some more intimacy — and if he was willing to make adjustments, we could move on. We never met again. I take pride in myself for standing up for what I need in my sexual relationships and not settling for what I could get.”
-u/loosifergoosifer
22. "He pulled the plug and we both moved on. He later confessed that he pulled the plug because he fell in love with me and he knew I didn't feel that way at the time, so it was the right thing for us both to stop sleeping together. I agree."
—u/WrestlingWoman
23. "Like they always do. I broke up with him with a Google Doc.”
-u/buttsinseats
24. "I'm marrying him in three days. We've been together for eight years now."
—u/I really love the 90s
If you had to finish a situation ship, why and how did you do it? Tell me in the comments!

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