Lucky?. . Never been friendzoned Can' t talk to girls Fred Flintstone
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - cancerbats
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User avatar #34 to #3 - omenaaa
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Friendzoned by Penny, Bernadette and Amy.
#26 to #3 - norwegiandude
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It's okay, take this!
#13 - medopu
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Reminded me of this comic.

And of my life ofcourse
#11 - BraindeadBuddha
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User avatar #15 - Mexicandude
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How to get rid of friend-zone:
1) Ask girl out
If it works, good. If it she friend-zones you proceed to step 2
2) Tell her, you want to be more than friends and you don't think that being only friends will work.
3) Stop talking to her and get friendly with other girls. Focus on girls either less attractive or more attractive than her. This is situation wise because girls are complex when it comes to understanding their rationale. She can get jealous over you getting friendly with more attractive girls, consequently she can also get infuriated that you are dating someone "lesser" than her. Point is, avoid contact with her , and if she initiates conversations know when to be vague. Don't immediately jump at her at the first sign, these creatures enjoy messing with your mind, so mess with their minds, be vague.
4) Date another girl, dating another girl is a win-win situation because (I'm going to sound like a dick here but it's true) you might get to fall in love with this girl, or the other girl will PLEAD you to go to her. Either way you get to have sex.
Lastly, watch what you say around girls and gay people because they are talking-rumor machines.
#16 to #15 - anon id: 5cb0e56d
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How does one go on about asking a girl out?
User avatar #17 to #16 - Mexicandude
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It is not really complicated, first you need to love yourself and be comfortable with yourself. Girls like confident guys. Once you have confidence you just find the best way to ask a girl out. The way you do it is up to you. Be spontaneous, asking her out with presents usually works, but for some other girls you have to ask her to "hang out" with you and she will gradually grow on to you. It's all a matter of taking action, I mean what do you have to lose? Pride? Shame? Time? There is nothing to lose just ask her out. Just don't give up, it's neither easy nor complicated. Just keep trying. Oh, and don't be a creep.
#20 to #17 - ichbinlecher
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For reference, one of the best ones I have heard of was a friend of mine who brough food to class every day. One day a girl he had been flirting with asked him for some fries, he said "in exchange for a date?" And she said yes. He was just messing around, attempting to embarrass her, but was pleasantly surprised. I have also seen "you wanna go on a date this Friday" work beautifully. As the Mexican dude said, be yourself.
User avatar #39 to #15 - hawaiianhappysauce
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These steps backfire:

1) Ask girl out could lead to ultimate humiliation. Like you said, they are talking rumor machines and may take advantage of this. Happened to me once, stopped asking, never happened again.
2) Same as number 1.
3) Well after step 1 you may already a laughing stock at the school and no one will have interest in you, but lets assume nothing happens. You might end up pissing off the girl you are interested in, I know it sounds contradictory because she rejected you in the first place, but like you said before, women are complex.
4) If you date another girl for the wrong reasons you might end up hurting the girl you used to get to her, women don't find it attractive to cheat, yet for some reason they find ways to justify their cheating, they must have been confused...
#18 to #15 - ichbinlecher
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And then there is the route when women are meant for more than achieving orgasm. It's much the same, but without trying to manipulate - you simply cut the first girl out of the "possible" category and ask the second girl out - the goal being the second girl, not the first. Then you don't even have to avoid girl1, simply live on happily without a care.

And you ask a girl out by either having balls, or saying it in a way that could be a joke. The first requires bravery, the second allows you accept if she says yes and laugh with them if she says no. Main point is to be you, and not care about what other people think of you (ie. you won't care about rejection, much less fear it).
User avatar #19 to #18 - Mexicandude
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Yeah, you can write thousands of books about dating women, but the only things that matter is finding true love. Someone that shares your interests and supports your goals. It's a long and hard quest, but finding the one girl you truly love is the best reward in life.
#7 - tmgrskat
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**tmgrskat rolled a random image posted in comment #2156975 at MLP Friendly Board **
"Never been friendzoned..."
"Never had friends to be"
#21 - anon id: 81d9f9d7
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The friendzone. Easy trap to fall into.
>Be me - average looking guy
>friends all want to bang a 9/10
>friends give her all the attention she could ever want
>Like all her status' on FB and other beta **** to creepy levels
>I don't bother to give her any attention
>Comes onto me frequently
>MFW my friends being suck ups highlighted the attention she wasn't getting from me.
>Women love a challenge and hate rejection.

Unlike many who have tried, I have avoided the friendzone and I'm going to be balls deep in her tonight
User avatar #52 to #21 - itsmewaffle
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>mfw has mfw on post
>mfw i have no face
>mfw this is total ********
#38 to #21 - turretbuddy
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Lie.


Proof: on FJ as anon

Good enough proof.
User avatar #27 to #21 - thisismyhandle
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doubt.jpg
User avatar #40 to #27 - dawdawdwa
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********.wav
User avatar #41 - hawaiianhappysauce
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I'm a guy and I friendzoned a girl. Now I'm foreveralone.jpg.
User avatar #44 to #41 - cyannat
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Then don't complain, it's your own fault.
User avatar #45 to #44 - hawaiianhappysauce
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I'm not, lol I know.
User avatar #47 to #45 - cyannat
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Then don't say you're forever alone. That guy would kill to have a friend at all
User avatar #48 to #47 - hawaiianhappysauce
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Ok ok, I'm sorry...
User avatar #54 - dramallama
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>Be me, looking pretty average
>Slightly above average looking girl, thin as hell though compliments my hair, called me cute, put her head on my shoulder, thought she was flirting
>She always maintains eye contact
>Fall in love with her
>Start dressing nicely, planning on asking her out
>Today walk past and see her pinning her ex against the wall
>My hopes and dreams have been shattered
#58 to #54 - gcaboose
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Grow a beard and win her back as a man or act like a french start smoking alot drinking wine and whisper in her ear "omlette du fromage"
#59 to #58 - dramallama
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that actually made my day, thanks
that actually made my day, thanks
User avatar #8 - PedoBearFTW
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I don't get why guys complain about getting friendzoned like it's the end of the world. I've been friendzoned twice this year already, and yeah it sucks, but big ******* deal you just move on.
#22 to #8 - ichbinlecher
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don't know who thumbed you down, but I put it back to zero. Seriously, if you are friendzoned, deal with it. Now you have a friend (apparently forever alone people don't count friends as company). Find the next girl, ask her. But remember, part of moving on is not trying to earn her love - it is literally just closing that avenue and moving on.
User avatar #25 to #22 - PedoBearFTW
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Exactly. The first time I got friendzoned, it was a guy who i've liked for a while, almost a year. Everyone says we're perfect for eachother, blah blah blah, I had a mutual friend talk to him and he said he doesn't "like me like that". Of course it hurt, but what are you gonna do. We're still great friends, and I don't care that it didn't lead anywhere, to be honest.
User avatar #1 - dolandickbutt
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I dont know what the big deal with friendzoning was, like i've been friendzoned and i was sad but it wasnt that bad.
#2 to #1 - gaminggenus
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#23 to #2 - ichbinlecher
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gay? Really? I figure it is the mature thing to do.
User avatar #4 to #1 - neededllama
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If I realize I'm friendzoned, I move on. Besides, I don't really like relationships all that much, so I don't care.
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