Friends with emotional benefits or FWEB (pronouned "feb") is a relationship between two people similar to the more common friends with benefits arrangement, except without the physicality. Benefits include being able to whine, pamper, understand, defend, help, talk, whisper, use inside jokes with each other, etc... Hallmarks of such a relationship are two people who talks about sex, but never have sex. One person in the relationship is typically sprung. The other person is typically "looking," "still young," or "not sure." They bear every semblance to a real couple, except they are not one.
An ex-couple which stay close, uncomfortably close, friends. Typically guys named Mike and girls named Ha have a Friends with Emotional Benefits relationship. You guys are such fwebs. Quit being fwebs and just get together.
by Vu Nguyen May 29, 2006
Friends with emotional benefits or FWEB (pronouned "feb") is a relationship between two people similar to the more common friends with benefits arrangement, except without the physicality. Benefits include being able to whine, pamper, understand, defend, help, talk, whisper, use inside jokes with each other, etc... Hallmarks of such a relationship are two people who talks about sex, but never have sex. One person in the relationship is typically sprung. The other person is typically "looking," "still young," or "not sure." They bear every semblance to a real couple, except they are not one.
An ex-couple which stay close, uncomfortably close, friends. Typically, sprung guys/girls have a Friends with Emotional Benefits relationship. You guys are such fwebs. Quit being fwebs and just get back together.
by Vu Nguyen June 04, 2006

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