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#50 - JustForTheLulz (07/19/2013) [-]
The fact is that the friendzone doesn't exist.    
   
Any situation that a person would refer to as being 'friendzoned' isn't an actual friendship, because either:    
   
1) Person A likes Person B. Person B does not feel the same way, but person A hangs around anyway, potentially being overly nice to Person B. Person A has ulterior motives; they don't really want to be just friends, they want to be more than that, and a real friendship doesn't have that element.    
   
2) Person A likes Person B. Person B knows and is using Person A for the attention. This is clearly not an actual friendship.    
   
3) Person A likes Person B. Person B legitimately has no idea, because Person A has failed to make their feelings clearly known. Again, Person A has ulterior motives, making the situation a crush, not a friendship.    
   
Finally, if a girl has told you that she only likes you as a friend, you can't blame the "friendzone." You can't say, "Oh man! If I wasn't her friend she'd totally date me!" because that isn't how it works. Your mindset needs to be, "Well, for one reason or another she doesn't like me in a romantic way, but she likes me as a person, so I can either work to get over my feelings and become her friend, or I can try to move on to someone else."    
   
There's no such thing as the friendzone guys. The person isn't not dating you because you're their friend, you're their friend because they aren't interested in dating you.
The fact is that the friendzone doesn't exist.

Any situation that a person would refer to as being 'friendzoned' isn't an actual friendship, because either:

1) Person A likes Person B. Person B does not feel the same way, but person A hangs around anyway, potentially being overly nice to Person B. Person A has ulterior motives; they don't really want to be just friends, they want to be more than that, and a real friendship doesn't have that element.

2) Person A likes Person B. Person B knows and is using Person A for the attention. This is clearly not an actual friendship.

3) Person A likes Person B. Person B legitimately has no idea, because Person A has failed to make their feelings clearly known. Again, Person A has ulterior motives, making the situation a crush, not a friendship.

Finally, if a girl has told you that she only likes you as a friend, you can't blame the "friendzone." You can't say, "Oh man! If I wasn't her friend she'd totally date me!" because that isn't how it works. Your mindset needs to be, "Well, for one reason or another she doesn't like me in a romantic way, but she likes me as a person, so I can either work to get over my feelings and become her friend, or I can try to move on to someone else."

There's no such thing as the friendzone guys. The person isn't not dating you because you're their friend, you're their friend because they aren't interested in dating you.
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