c,:. www.facebook.com/Billyhatesclowns. Mite I llr If t J HAS Ell TODAY. By her best friend I believe she is making a reference how couples will tell each other that they are the best of friends, it does not mean a guy in the friendz c : www facebook com/Billyhatesclowns Mite I llr If t J HAS Ell TODAY By her best friend believe she is making a reference how couples will tell each other that they are the of friends it does not mean guy in friendz
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - mitchthehugeman
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We must found how he escaped the friend zone that many of us are currently trapped in
User avatar #8 to #1 - krizzah
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He manned the **** up.
User avatar #6 to #1 - defeats
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He proposed...
User avatar #2 to #1 - tarnis
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He wasn't a bitch.
#12 - HeavenlyDirt
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By her best friend I believe she is making a reference how couples will tell each other that they are the best of friends, it does not mean a guy in the friendzone proposed and she accepted.
By the way friendzone posts always ******* annoy me because the guy always chooses to stay in that ****** up relationship from the get go.
Great, I think I just rustled my own jimmies
User avatar #60 to #12 - daentraya
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I'm also a bit confused, as i thought being friends and knowing each other and hanging out is the normal way to become something more than friends, and all their whining makes me wonder if they actually think that just because they're nice to someone means that they'll instantly get pussy.. Theres no logic in it, and illogical things doesnt work well with my mind
#80 to #12 - imnotkickthecat
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#52 - Forfunaccount
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Simply because she said it's her "best friend" doesn't necessarily mean that they weren't dating in the first place.
My girlfriend is easily my best friend, and we still refer to each other as such.
#100 to #52 - tomanydiscos
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What's a girlfriend?
#27 - Jameshaich
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> be at party
> Hitting on girl
> "oh you're a great friend"
> Go home, furiously fap in rage
> Meet her at another party next month
> We kiss for a while
> No friendzone for me
> fast forward to now
> Not spoke to her in 3 weeks
mfw I don't have the balls to call her.
User avatar #59 to #27 - crazyeyedbioll
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call her bro, get laid for all the beta fags here who cant!
#63 to #59 - Jameshaich
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The pressure.
Oh god, my arms are weak, palms spaghetti.
I'm staring at my phone. What the **** do I say?
User avatar #64 to #63 - crazyeyedbioll
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hey, remember me? been thinking about you a bit, want to see me again? something like that, be calm and cool. I one night standed my ex with the same line, just gotta know how to talk
#65 to #64 - Jameshaich
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Oh ****, oh ****, I'm going for it!
Oh ****, oh ****, I'm going for it!
User avatar #71 to #65 - ganjalfthegreen
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Tell us how it went
#76 to #71 - Jameshaich
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I'm talking to her right now, going pretty good.
We're just talking about the party and what not.
I'm gonna ask her if she wants to go see a movie with me in the town if the conversation goes well.
User avatar #77 to #76 - ganjalfthegreen
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For ***** sake get off the computer and concentrate on the phone call
#83 to #77 - Jameshaich
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I neglected to mention that we went to about 4 parties before and were really friendly and conversing like ****. But we never met between them.
So it's more than a one time kiss thing.
I asked her if she'd like to get together and maybe see a movie or what not after a few minuts of random conversing about things we both likes, she said That it sounds great and that if i phone her tomorrow we'll discuss it further!

Oh man!

User avatar #84 to #83 - ganjalfthegreen
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gratz bro
#85 to #84 - Jameshaich
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Thanks man!
Thank you internet for the courage to do it!
User avatar #61 to #27 - thepandaking
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you should A) do what richardastley suggests, or B) just call her. but you should not C) forget about it and leave the opportunity behind to regret it.
User avatar #34 to #27 - irobin
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Oh my god call her or kill yourself now.....
#33 to #27 - apocalypseboyz
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CALL. HER. NOW.
#36 to #27 - richardastley
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Call her and be like "Hey, sup? That's cool. Hey, guess what? I can ride a ************* two-wheeler." Then shop your face into the badass picture at the side.

You'll be gettin' it in no time! You're welcome.
#37 to #36 - Jameshaich
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Oh ****, you got me.
#14 - jdonaldson
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User avatar #19 to #14 - beatmasterz
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My eyes are opened.
#79 to #14 - kontraband
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User avatar #40 - obliquezombie
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Assuming they weren't dating before, and she called him her best friend.

Do you guys really believe you just propose to someone out of the blue?
#45 to #40 - anon id: caa58e05
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My teacher's best friend proposed to her, she had known for ages he liked her but didn't want him, back. He proposed, she got pissed but decided after a while to give him a chance, they are now happily married with 2 children.

It's risky but your spouse should be a good friend to you anyway so sometimes it's worth it.
#56 - garymotherfinoak
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An american hero to all betas.
User avatar #18 - wiredguy
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I hate to burst you guys' bubble, but I honestly think if you want to marry someone you should be able to refer to them as your best friend, or you may not be happy together.

Anyone who is "in the friendzone" as I understand it, is most likely being purposefully manipulated by the girl and needs to push her out of their life

Oh and inb4 Turk and JD reference.
Carla was just really ******* accepting of their bromance and Turk was lucky to have that.
#21 to #18 - anon id: ecf2aa20
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Or they man also could have been just a little bitch that didn't bother to ask the girl out, waits for her to make the move, and states that she only dates douchbags in their free time instead of asking her out. Effectively putting them in the friendzone themselves.

Let's not blame the girl for everything.
User avatar #22 to #21 - wiredguy
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I said "anyone who is" in the friendzone.
If that's the case, they aren't, they're in the ******** zone.

I see your point though.
#23 to #22 - taintedangel
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You're both right.  But try telling her how you felt and being put in the brother-zone.  Especially when she's the only one for you.   
   
At least a dude has a chance to escape the friend-zone.
You're both right. But try telling her how you felt and being put in the brother-zone. Especially when she's the only one for you.

At least a dude has a chance to escape the friend-zone.
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User avatar #26 to #23 - wiredguy
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I think your view of it is still twisted, but that's just my opinion, and hey what do I know?
User avatar #28 to #26 - taintedangel
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Twisted? How is it twisted? Would you kindly explain, please?
User avatar #93 to #28 - wiredguy
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That the friend zone is something to be escaped, or something that even can be escaped.
User avatar #109 to #93 - taintedangel
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It can be escaped. Most people claiming to be in the 'friend-zone' are just people who didn't man up and say how they felt.

If you did and she said something along the lines of 'you're just a friend', you can then pretty much say 'i don't need more friends' and not make contact for a few months. If you don't puss out and keep going for a few months and if she finally says something along the lines of 'i miss you' then you can talk to her and see if you can have a relationship.

But I'm not sure, I never got that far before, nor do I claim to know all about relationships. :/
User avatar #135 to #109 - wiredguy
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Neither do I mate, it's a biig cloud of grey unpredictability.
As sweet as your idea is, I don't think it would work often, and if it requires that kind of extreme effort to make a girl date you, the relationship probably won't be worth it...
User avatar #138 to #135 - taintedangel
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I guess the only way i can think of that would have a greater chance of working is to become more attractive to her. But that's sometimes hard/impossible.
User avatar #143 to #138 - wiredguy
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Indeed.

So, do you have a girl with whom you believe yourself to reside in the friendzone?
User avatar #144 to #143 - taintedangel
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Nah man, I got worse told a friend how I felt and she told me I was like a brother to her.
'Brother-zoned', if you will.
User avatar #145 to #144 - wiredguy
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I can't empathise at all, but it sounds rough.
I hope you'll be well.
User avatar #147 to #145 - taintedangel
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I hope so too, it hurt like a ************ and still does. She's the only one for me, man. But I can see why she'd see me as a brother, we have known each other since we were 6 years old and are best friends.
User avatar #148 to #147 - wiredguy
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Ah yes, the situation is very common.
She may still come to see you in a new light.

But don't go changing yourself for her or something, the relationship would be bad and you'd only alienate her.
User avatar #149 to #148 - taintedangel
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I always have the hope she does come around to seeing me in that light (and a few friends of mine do too).

And i don't change myself for anyone, I also don't try to change anyone either.
User avatar #32 to #18 - Icedangel
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Uhm.. Wrong. Being stuck in the friend zone, more often then not, is not a manipulation. Some girls do it, but the bulk of it isn't.

I unintentionally friendzoned a guy once. I just started talking to him one day in between class breaks cause I was bored. Our interests didn't match up which would have made a long turn relationship near impossible but really overall I just wasn't attracted to him. There was nothing I disliked, but nothing I really liked either. He was pleasant to talk to.

Anyways, about a few months in he starts acting a bit weird. Then all of a sudden 'Heh, you know some people think we are in a relationship cause we talk all the time, isn't that weird?' After that it got kinda weird since he kept attempting to hit on me in indirect ways so I ended the friendship cause it wasn't really fair to him. But I never had any alternative motives. I just seen a guy who was sorta lonely and enjoyed talking to him.

Fact is that girls think girls and guys can be 'just friends'. Some people they just don't feel a 'spark' for. It's not an exact translation over but it's sorta like how some guys think some girls are really hot and others are just meh. You could dress the meh girl up, give her some makeup, but at the end of the day she's still meh.
User avatar #38 to #32 - wiredguy
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Oh I know what you mean, perfectly.

I do realise that comment sounded somewhat misogynistic, I didn't intend to say that all women are heartless manipulators.
It's just the context it is given in on internet jokes usually has that explanation.

What I can't stand, is when we get a case like yours, and guys try to pass it off as what I talked about originally.
I heard something once... "Girls aren't just magical vending machines that take kindness coins and dispense sex".
Or something to that effect.
"The friendzone" is really just an irritating concept, no matter how you look at it...
User avatar #43 to #38 - Icedangel
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Not just to guys, either. I grew up with all male friends so to me guys can be 'just friends'. But since everyone is running around fearing 'the friendzone' you can never get male friends anymore.

I mean. ****. I just wanna play some ******* Xbox, not marry you. Tired of hearing bitches complain about their asses or boyfriends or whatever.
User avatar #73 to #43 - wiredguy
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Maybe you should try dating girls.

Kidding, kidding.
#62 to #32 - anon id: 386146ec
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i like you ^^ you have explained it so nicely. i know this guy that always goes in for touchy hugs that make me a bit uncomfy. i kinda need to break it to him that it bothers me .. he stopped for a while after i said i was dating someone;

(which i am not officially, but me and this other guy are really close. we have so much in common and he is so much fun but we are not together. i asked him if he would be my platonic valentine and he said yes ^_^)

but today this guy gave me the hugs-of-too-much-contact again. he's nice, but it's just like how you say it. just a meh sorta feeling. not interested in him romantically or physically, just enjoy his company and talking to him.

guess i just gotta be kind yet firm and mature and let him know i don't want those sorta hugs. hmmmm. life.
User avatar #69 to #62 - wiredguy
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It sucks being a guy...
It's very difficult to have that with a girl.

Hell, I'm gay, and I still find myself acting slightly weird around girls.
#88 to #69 - anon id: 386146ec
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it's chemicals bro. we chicks secrete this freaky deaky perfume **** that trips up all the males in the vicinity.

lol nah. heh, i act weird around girls too. i'm more comfortable with guys, but specific guys. not into sports or rap, so that rules out half the guys on campus xD not much i can talk about with them, ya know ._.

though there is this other guy in my art class that talks to me a lot and i swear he is even more adhd than me xD not interested in him either, nice to talk to though. he's going into business. he's kinda cute. but there is still the guy i like....

i was actually drawing a valentines gift for the guy i like while talking to this new guy. felt a bit awkward. i had a stupid grin on my face and felt all lovey-dovey. i'm twitterpated ._.

User avatar #91 to #88 - wiredguy
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Pheromones.
Strippers earn thee times as many tips during the peak of their ovule cycle.
Interesting, hm?

I think having common interests is an important factor in any relationship at all, hah.

Yees you mentioned, your platonic Valentine.
That's sweet.
I wish the best for the both of you.

Ah, that is quite awkward.
And hah, it sounds so.
That isn't a bad thing.
User avatar #150 to #91 - sefercil
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i feel like a child xD thank you for talking with me ^^ and yes, it's me with the platonic valentine. i just couldn't figure out my damn password *cough* :1
I reset it like half of my other passwords today. ugh. memory sucks, man.

I just feel anxious because he doesn't seem to want to be with me seriously, but....****. I love him so much though. I don't want to give up.
he's pretty physical, but so am i. trust me, girls DEFINITELY think about sex a lot. sometimes as much as guys .
. but it's all natural....

i'm just afraid he won't want me in any other way besides physically and as a friend. i'm scared. i'm really scared. he said he's into cute girls. i'm not necessarily the cute type, more so like a soft vixen. the **** am i saying.

(lol ********...eheh....a little late, but why not?)
User avatar #152 to #150 - sefercil
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I wish these text boxes wouldn't take my "^_^" faces so seriously....
i'm not trying to be that dramatic :1
User avatar #154 to #152 - wiredguy
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The italics operators.
I saw what you meant by where the italics began and ended, don't worry about it.

You could try replacing the underscore with a hyphen, full stop, or perhaps a tilde:
>~<
T~T
T-T
^-^
So on.
User avatar #155 to #154 - sefercil
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why have i not thought of this...hehe thanks.

must go to art club meeting now. thanks again :D
User avatar #156 to #155 - wiredguy
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Alrighty, have a good day.
User avatar #153 to #150 - wiredguy
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(Forgive me, I hit ctrl+enter...)

Hello again anon.

Ah, I know the feeling.
Well you're here now.
Why do you feel like a child though?

I don't know, you may be able to make it work, who knows.
You won't, until you try.
If you think he's worth it then you'll feel more beat up over never trying than if you were to be turned down.

And haha, I can imagine. Everyone's different, women probably think about sex just as much as men, they're just more intelligent and reserved about it.

I think that's normal, and it's good, it shows you care enough for him to worry about consequences.
And I wouldn't worry about that, if you want more than a physical relationship, you aren't going to want to use looks to get to him. And besides, I used to be into "cute girls", now look at me. People's tastes change constantly.

And, late? ********?
Hah, I'm not sure I follow.
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User avatar #75 - astrozombies **User deleted account**
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i dont get it, one guy that gets with his best friend is all of a sudden a hero. Why?
User avatar #78 to #75 - rebby
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cuz of the "friend zone" ********
User avatar #113 to #78 - RageMuffin
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Even though theres no real thing as the "friend zone"
User avatar #115 to #113 - rebby
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yeah
thats why i put quotes around it
#25 - mitchimusk
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I don't and never will understand the friendzone...ask her out before she puts you in it. If she says no, then the friendzone doesn't sound half bad. It only exists because of a bunch of guy with low self-esteem