Basically team, once you recognise you have feelings for your f*ck buddy we suggest you communicate openly and honestly with them. And if they don't feel the same way then Abbie is right, cut it off.
They will most probably not develop feelings and you will be wasting your time.
Abbie also shared her go-to response when someone tries to use the word 'slut' as an insult and stresses that if someone you know uses 'slut' in a derogatory way, make them question why they are using that word.
"Ok so I always ask them questions. So I ask them to define the word. If they say 'its a woman I say 'that's sexist'.
"If they say it's someone who's promiscuous then I ask them 'what's wrong with that? And why is sex harmful if you're being safe?"
"So just keep asking them questions."
Of course, Bachelor related content came up, which Abbie answered for us as well.
When an Instagrammer asked whether Abbie and Chelsie McLeod still talk, Abbie revealed that they are still close despite everything that's happened.
"Yeah Chelsie and I still talk! I'm actually in Melbourne this weekend so I'm hoping to see her, but yeah love Chelsie!"
As for whether Abbie's spoken to Matt Agnew since the finale, the answer is a firm 'no'.
"I have not spoken to Matt, that's it. That ended in May."