This Is How ‘Friends With Benefits’ Usually Ends, Says Study

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This Is How 'Friends With Benefits' Usually Ends, Says Study

Many of your friends probably warn you against starting a “friends with benefits” relationship because someone usually gets hurt, but are things quite that simple?
Science finally has an answer about how friends with benefits usually ends, with only 15% of people becoming a committed couple. So the next time you’re considering mixing pleasuring with friendship, keep in mind that things probably won’t become serious.

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