(This one is taken from the same game as in this thread here: https://forum.novelupdates.com/threads/faux-dating-advice-for-a-hopeless-friend.93690/ But this time it's just for fun~! I don't need help with creating advice for the character.) So, the setting's as before~! Your friends go to a different, quite odd school, and it recently passed a rule where all male students have to play-court the girls and invite them to balls, or else they'll be punished. (The girls also can't turn down too many invitations, for reasons I'm leaving out to make this simpler.) Although the idea is to play-court, many people do end up dating for real. You have a friend who's dreamed of having a romance ever since she entered this school. She tried her hardest to dress up and attract various boys, particularly targeting one boy she thought was the most likely to like her back, but she's had no luck. For her, this new rule was a gift from the heavens that she thought would bring her love. But when she was finally asked out, it turned out that the boy was gay and just wanted to play-court her. She then found out that the boy she'd been specially targeting for years had instantly started dating the most popular girl in school. This friend of yours took, well... A small mental breakdown. On the same day she found out about her crush, she asked the girl who runs the school hookup ring to arrange one for her. She reasoned that it was the closest thing to love she was ever going to get from any of these boys. By complete coincidence, her hookup ended up being with the boy she likes the most in the entire school - who she never thought she had a chance with (NOT the boy she was aiming for in the past few years; she never thought she had a chance with this second boy, so she never tried). She considered it fate, declared that she was through with love, and entered a purely friends-with-benefits relationship with him. Although she wasn't expecting to get more than that (even though she wanted it), he later saw her looking mesmerising at the ball with her fake, gay boyfriend. He's since asked her out on several real dates. However... The girl who arranges hookups is quite familiar with him, and she thinks that it's unlikely he could ever commit to monogamy. She says that your friend is making a terrible mistake by going out with him. It's also known that this girl hates and distrusts every boy in the school, though. Even your friend has her hesitations. While everything seems to be going well, she can't help but feel that it's too much like her wildest dreams, and that she might be overlooking some serious problems. She has asked you, her dearest and closest friend, for your opinion. What advice would you give her? TL;DR: Your friend went seeking comfort sex and ended up with a friends-with-benefits situation with her biggest crush. He's now started dating her, but someone who's more familiar with him says she's making a mistake and that he'll cheat/leave her. What advice would you give her?