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#113 - thedumbledore (03/24/2013) [+] (11 replies)
Yes, because being nice is everything needed in a relationship.

I am ******* bored of hearing that I should be like a gum-ball machine, put in kindness and pussy comes out, otherwise I am a 'Friend zoning whore'.

You need to be attracted to one another, you need chemistry, you need so much MORE than just kindness to have a good relationship with some one.

Plus, you aren't that 'Nice guy' you think you are if you are only nice to women in an attempt to get sex, then generalise all of them. Lots of us are actually decent people who want to be pals with you.

Red thumbs incoming.
#116 to #113 - reginleif ONLINE (03/24/2013) [-]
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No red thumb from me, but I take offense at your assertion that we think of women as gum ball machines... no whores are gum ball machines. For they have the decency to dispense product after a set amount of currency has been put in.

No women are closer to slot machines. :P

hue hue hue

#114 - GhandisPimpCane (03/24/2013) [-]
Get a hobby, be busy, workout, become independent, dont become a girl's slave, show you can have fun with out girls. Bammm you find a girl you like. Pic related for OP.
#97 - cptnbarbrosa (03/24/2013) [-]
Aight FunnyJunk I gotta be honest.   
Ive been dating my best friend for four months now and I'm gonna lay it out for ya.   
It started at my friends grad party. My friend and my current GF were currently talking at the time (they ended it shortly after i did not break the bro code)   
A few months after that I got the balls to talk to her. We started to talk for a good amount of time. Her and I both had issues in High School. I was mocked and made fun of because people thought i was gay, and at her school they thought she was lez. No big Deal. So because of that we connected. Shortly after that I started college. She asked me to her prom (she's a year under me) and I said yes.    
Blah blah blah   
The day after her prom i took a small step and called her Babe. She retracted from this and put me in the friend-zone. which is not bad.   
She stopped talking to me for a little bit. I knew she was afraid of something, not sure what, she never let anyone in to her world. She was rather scared. So i took it slow.    
Several months passed and I was house sitting a house for my neighbors down the road. I invited her over. We had a lot of fun and did some other things.    
the next morning again she panicked and pushed herself away from me.    
Again. Two months later, i talked to her again. This time she was at college as well, but her college is an hour and a half away from me. I do enjoy going to other colleges and having a good time so i mentioned coming down and partying. She mentioned she had been talking to a guy.    
I loved her, but i was ok, since she was happy. But then.... she called me a whore. I don't have the greatest past with women, but by no means am I a whore. And to be called a whore by someone you love... truly hurts.   
So I told her how i felt and... I told i won't speak to her again. She seemed ok with it.   
Several months later, i received a 6 page text saying how much she missed me.    
we dated 2 weeks later.   
Moral: I tried to get her for 3 years.. and succeeded.. TRY YOU NEVER KNOW
Aight FunnyJunk I gotta be honest.
Ive been dating my best friend for four months now and I'm gonna lay it out for ya.
It started at my friends grad party. My friend and my current GF were currently talking at the time (they ended it shortly after i did not break the bro code)
A few months after that I got the balls to talk to her. We started to talk for a good amount of time. Her and I both had issues in High School. I was mocked and made fun of because people thought i was gay, and at her school they thought she was lez. No big Deal. So because of that we connected. Shortly after that I started college. She asked me to her prom (she's a year under me) and I said yes.
Blah blah blah
The day after her prom i took a small step and called her Babe. She retracted from this and put me in the friend-zone. which is not bad.
She stopped talking to me for a little bit. I knew she was afraid of something, not sure what, she never let anyone in to her world. She was rather scared. So i took it slow.
Several months passed and I was house sitting a house for my neighbors down the road. I invited her over. We had a lot of fun and did some other things.
the next morning again she panicked and pushed herself away from me.
Again. Two months later, i talked to her again. This time she was at college as well, but her college is an hour and a half away from me. I do enjoy going to other colleges and having a good time so i mentioned coming down and partying. She mentioned she had been talking to a guy.
I loved her, but i was ok, since she was happy. But then.... she called me a whore. I don't have the greatest past with women, but by no means am I a whore. And to be called a whore by someone you love... truly hurts.
So I told her how i felt and... I told i won't speak to her again. She seemed ok with it.
Several months later, i received a 6 page text saying how much she missed me.
we dated 2 weeks later.
Moral: I tried to get her for 3 years.. and succeeded.. TRY YOU NEVER KNOW
#96 - envinite (03/24/2013) [-]
OR maybe, you are just ugly and act like **** , OP
#57 - snakefire (03/24/2013) [-]
Although I've never been given a shot by girls I'm nice to, I still have seen it happen to plenty of other people.
User avatar #53 - reginleif ONLINE (03/24/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I may not get many women, but you won't hear me complaining about the friend zone. Because I ask, and if i get a "no" I move the **** on....

It's simple, if you are giving boyfriend level attention to someone who isn't your girlfriend.... then there's really no incentive to upgrade.

That's like a girl asking you to be her boyfriend, while your actively ******* her.
#37 - allennis (03/24/2013) [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #28 - smokedmeatlog (03/24/2013) [-]
Guys keep themselves in the friendzone by expecting the girl to change. Because you are so nice and comforting, they see you as a friend and not someone who they want to **** . If the guy realizes hes not getting anywhere and doesnt try to do anything to change it or even leave, than he is inadvertently preventing himself from moving on, thus he stays where he is.

Solution? Use those 2 dangling things in between your legs and stop being a pushover.
#121 - bitchplzzz (03/24/2013) [-]
I have no experience in this
>tfw got spaghetti talking to girls
User avatar #43 - discardedslinky (03/24/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Guys, as a female, I'm telling you that if you aren't forward with girls they won't get it. Ask them out, be a man. Girls like confidence.
User avatar #46 to #43 - curtkobain (03/24/2013) [-]
Why can't girls be forward about it? One minute you think they like you' the next minute you're not so sure.
User avatar #35 - chickenmonkey (03/24/2013) [-]
******** , my ex is with a nice guy
#34 - methead (03/24/2013) [-]
its much cheaper to just pay for a prostitute

-common sense
#22 - hudis ONLINE (03/24/2013) [+] (4 replies)
*******		 stop it already. The friendzone exists more in your head than in reality.
******* stop it already. The friendzone exists more in your head than in reality.
User avatar #108 - Coolinbny (03/24/2013) [-]
To not get into it too far... I'm sure there have been probably several girls in most our of lives that have been really nice to us and have liked us, sometimes at points where it seems no one else does. Does this mean that, all of a sudden, you are going to like them because they're nice to you? No. Because that's insane and goes beyond desperate if you were to do so.

If you're attracted to people that are nice to you, then go ahead, have a field day with it! But, as with most people, it takes a little more than niceness to make someone like you, such as personality, looks, etc... It sounds nice on paper that girls will go out with you if you're nice, but instincts drive women, and even men, to pick and choose people based on way different factors that just "niceness."
#88 - anonymous (03/24/2013) [+] (2 replies)
As a girl, I never thought I'd understand why other girls go after jerks, but after my "nice guy" boyfriend dumped me, I found that going after someone you know is going to screw you over is a lot less painful than being surprised by it.
User avatar #87 - harrypottergirl (03/24/2013) [-]
most people remain in the friend-zone because they won't pluck up the courage and say something.
User avatar #86 - iliekcereal (03/24/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I don't feel like I deserve to date her, I just really want to
I don't think she'd be great in bed, I think she'd be great for the rest of my life
I don't think she should date me because I'm a nice guy, I want her to date me because I think she's perfect
I don't want to have sex with her, I just want her to love me the same way I love her. Is that too much?

Not all guys who love their best friend want her for the same reasons
#55 - ishotthedeputy (03/24/2013) [-]
>Implying every single woman has turned down a nice guy

I'm sure there are plenty of women for you to meet after you graduate middle school, OP
User avatar #7 - shonapope (03/23/2013) [-]
you know not all girls are like this. It's the same as not all guys are cheating douchebags.
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