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Friend-Zone P.S.A.
Posted 12/10/14 , edited 12/11/14
Sorry boys, but my friendzone is surrounded by 6ft thick granite walls encased in titanium. Plus, it's guarded by a three-headed dog I borrowed from some drunk in a pub. Yeah, no way you're getting out of this one alive.




Anyhow, in all seriousness... I think it's mighty thick of you to make people out as bad guys simply because they cannot reciprocate someone's feelings. Just my thoughts on what I've read. I was going to write more, but I feel lazy now.
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Posted 12/10/14

Frostbrand wrote:

If I believed in a friend zone, I wouldn't see smoking hot ladies with nerdy-arsed guys.


or smoking hot men with ridiculously overweight, wrinkled women

Posted 12/10/14

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I bet at least some of you have experienced this at least once in your life so far. You are there for the girl you like whenever she needs you. Whenever something bad happens, you're there to support her. Whenever she's sad, you make it your duty to make her happy. Whenever she's lonely, you give up your time to be with her. This all applies to women being there for men too, but like I said I'm a guy, so going with the guys point of view. And then something bad happens in your life, something makes you sad, something makes you angry or lonely or whatever you might be feeling at the time. You turn to her/him for the same support you've been giving them, and they're disinterested. They start acting like it's annoying to have to deal with you, like you're a burden or they don't even try to hide the fact that it's obvious they'd much rather be doing something else then helping you through a problem or troubled time.



how about putting SOMEONE ELSE in the friend zone and you can go to THEM. Maybe they'll get lucky.
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Posted 12/10/14 , edited 12/10/14
Honestly I have gotten to the point that relationships seem more of a headache than they're worth. Just live life and if something happens great, if not whatever. Life is too short to be worrying about things that at the end of the day you really don't have much control over anyway.
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Putting someone in the friend zone who is or has friend-zoned you kind of nullifies it all around I'd think.
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Posted 12/10/14

jeanius- wrote:

Putting someone in the friend zone who is or has friend-zoned you kind of nullifies it all around I'd think.


How can you put someone in the friendzone who is currently friendzoning you? That doesn't make any sense. That is just two people who don't like each other
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Haha that's what I meant.

And Severticas, spoken like someone who truly has no qualms with using people.
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Posted 12/10/14

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Sorry boys, but my friendzone is surrounded by 6ft thick granite walls encased in titanium. Plus, it's guarded by a three-headed dog I borrowed from some drunk in a pub. Yeah, no way you're getting out of this one alive.




Anyhow, in all seriousness... I think it's mighty thick of you to make people out as bad guys simply because they cannot reciprocate someone's feelings. Just my thoughts on what I've read. I was going to write more, but I feel lazy now.


I prefer to go on a solo sneaking mission and work from within the friendzone. From there I can get a better feel for what kind of person I am dealing with. As long as they aren't a terrible excuse of a human being I stick around even if I lose interest. Though interest or not I am no puppet.

If I am alerted to any red flags I might just disappear...
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Wouldn't being stuck in the friend zone be a red flag?
Posted 12/10/14

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I prefer to go on a solo sneaking mission and work from within the friendzone. From there I can get a better feel for what kind of person I am dealing with. As long as they aren't a terrible excuse of a human being I stick around even if I lose interest. Though interest or not I am no puppet.

If I am alerted to any red flags I might just disappear...


Well, as long as you don't cry about it as if you're being treated like Cinderella, then all's good, I guess. The only thing that irks me is when people play some kind of pitiful victim role and put the blame on others instead of owning up to the fact that they're just idiots.
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Maybe it's because I'm getting older. I just feel less interested in playing everyone's games. If you're attracted to someone, ad they aren't interested, the best thing you can do is just let it go. It's a hell of a lot better than agonizing over it, and when it shows (and it always does) it just makes the other person feel creeped out.

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Posted 12/10/14 , edited 12/11/14
I think all of this "friend zoning" nonsense is just the result of how people treat relationships these days. In a society where now "casual relationships" are viewed as completely acceptable (or at least where now they're far more open about it), people seem very willing to take advantage of one another. And regardless of the circumstances, using someone for needs you'd get out of a relationship, when you have no interest in having a relationship with them, is just a selfish dick move. Friends with benefits = a selfish dick move.

Still, there are many people who go around claiming "FRIEND ZONE~! FRIEND ZONE~!" any time a person simply rejects them. And it's annoying. I've had guys who claimed that I friend zoned them. We were friends, they liked me, I let them know very clearly my heart was taken. I did not go to them for emotional support (The only people I go to are my ACTUAL boyfriend, and a close female friend).

There are a lot of guys who think that being turned down by a girl and then being just plain friends without being lead on = friend zone.

Just realize that no person is obligated to return your feelings, just because YOU think you'd make a worthy match for them.
And if someone is exhibiting "selfish dick" symptoms. Get out of there. For your own sake, run fast, run far.

I feel like the "friends with benefits" thing would be less of a problem if people were just willing to save themselves for marriage or at least a very serious, committed relationship... At least for the female side anyway. I mean, I personally don't see why any person who potentially makes it into a relationship with me deserves all I can offer. The one who will devote his life to me deserves that. But to each their own. Rambling a bit.

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Posted 12/10/14

xDeadlyDollx wrote:

Sorry boys, but my friendzone is surrounded by 6ft thick granite walls encased in titanium. Plus, it's guarded by a three-headed dog I borrowed from some drunk in a pub. Yeah, no way you're getting out of this one alive.




Anyhow, in all seriousness... I think it's mighty thick of you to make people out as bad guys simply because they cannot reciprocate someone's feelings. Just my thoughts on what I've read. I was going to write more, but I feel lazy now.


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you stole fluffy!?!?!?!?
Posted 12/10/14 , edited 12/11/14

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you stole fluffy!?!?!?!?


BORROWED
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xDeadlyDollx wrote:


serifsansserif wrote:

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you stole fluffy!?!?!?!?


BORROWED


I want him baaaaaack... :(

He was good at chasing away the rats in my castle, also, the medusa misses taking him for long walks...
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