Love has only one problem – it doesn’t have a heart! You can fall in love with almost anyone. Be it your friend, best friend or for that matter your best friend’s boyfriend.
Friend okay, best friend obviously okay BUT best friend’s boyfriend – stay as far away as possible. Don’t touch him, not even with a barge pole.
But, like they say shit happens.
What happens when the two people you trust the most, your best friend and your lover, hook up? It’s unconscionable! The ultimate betrayal!
Khurki looked for reasons why love triangles happen…
It’s only a matter of attraction
It goes like this: “I don’t get crushes on people that easily but when I met my best friend’s boyfriend, I just couldn’t control myself. Finally! A man who speaks my language! Eureka! Why, oh why, does he have to be the one person I’m not supposed to have?”
It’s human nature to develop an attraction to someone based on common interests. Like, if you’re funny, you’ll probably gravitate towards someone with a sense of humour.
Similar friends with similar tastes
You’re probably best friends because you have a lot in common – you have similar temperaments, choices and so you could have similar taste for men too.
Too many hangouts!
When your best friend’s boyfriend is always around, so you have ample time to notice his sexy smile or awesome sense of humour. The more time you spend with someone, the greater the chance of us falling for him or her. And attraction occurs by bonding, and bonding occurs from doing things together and being together.
Indications from him too
You both exchange coy smiles when your friend isn’t looking and he seems interested in you. This can also be a reason behind the love triangle, as when someone shows the same feelings that you have or is flirtatious, you really tend to fall easily.
Khurki advice: Alarm, alarm! If you have fallen for your best friend’s boyfriend, then Khurki advises you to tell her. Confess immediately. Don’t lose your best friend for a guy – there will be many more! But a best friend lost is like a diamond lost and would leave behind only one feeling – that of remorse.