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#271 - bounod (09/28/2013) [-]
******** . Those who are after sex couldn't care less if they get friendzoned. They will just move on and try to get some from someone else. Guys who chase girls just for sex are used to rejection. Those who want to be more than friends, meaning they want romantic relationship that includes physical closeness are (rightfully) pissed off about rejection of a potential spouse. This obviously does not mean that friends are obligated to give some. It just means that people have right to hurt their feelings when rejected by somebody who matters to them.

The red zone should be "guys who just like to **** hot girls, but get friendzoned". Then it would make some sense.
User avatar #250 - muzzleloader (09/26/2013) [-]
That's exactly how I see it.

I had a best friend for over a year, he was always there for me, and listened to me.
He knew I had serious issues with relationships, and while he did try to make moves on me, it was only when we were really drunk, and it was never really spoken about.
And he had apparently spoken to my sister about it multiple times, but knowing how I am with guys, she didn't talk to me about it until I had realized I had feelings for him; so when I did, she told me how he said he felt like I kept "friendzoning" him.
So I tried to change it.
But still, it was just drunk attempts.

Then when I just gave up and gave in when we had been drinking, and kissed him, he kissed back, all that. Then said we should talk about it when we were sober.

Then when we were finally sober, he said he felt like I was in his friend zone.


And now that he doesn't want in my pants, he doesn't talk to me at all. Which really ******* sucks, because it made me realize he was really the only friend I had that lives in town.


So I just kind of get really pissy when the whole friendzone thing is brought into place. I'd just like to think that there are guys who like me for who I am, and wouldn't just drop me as soon as they realized I didn't want to sleep with them.
#249 - notified (09/26/2013) [-]
It's the same ******* thing, though...
#254 to #249 - taintedangel (09/26/2013) [-]
No, it's not. One wanted a relationship, the other wanted a booty call.
User avatar #186 - Durp (09/26/2013) [-]
Hey fj. I've got a question for ya.

There's a guy that's always liked me. We've been..acquaintances I guess. I've told him before that I don't like him the way he does me, and that the only thing I'd want to peruse would be a friendship. Today he asked if we wanted to meet up for lunch. 'maybe it could be like a date'. I've told him straight up that. Wouldn't want to date him. It makes me feel bad, but i tout being forward would get through to him. What else can I do?
User avatar #253 to #186 - ludislavonac (09/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, as the others said, just be straight with the guy and tell him you're not interested in him in a romantic way. If he doesn't contact you later on he just wanted to get into your pants so he isn't worth your time, if not he's a cool guy
User avatar #251 to #186 - lawander **User deleted account** (09/26/2013) [-]
friendzone him
User avatar #248 to #186 - iceholder ONLINE (09/26/2013) [-]
Just be straightforward with him. Sounds like you already have been, though.
If he wants to meet up and hang out, fine. If he says "It could be like a date," tell him that you're not going if he's going to think of it as a date.

Either he'll get it after enough times and understand, or he'll turn out to be one of those overly-attached types that you need to drop hard.
User avatar #245 to #186 - VincentKing ONLINE (09/26/2013) [-]
Don't do the pity date with him. You have decided that you aren't interested in him already. I know a lot of the 'friendzoned' people down below me are saying for you to give him a chance, but in reality, its just a huge kick to the nuts. They are looking at it as "hey, she may like him in the end." However the way I can see it, you made up your mind, and you are a bit iffy about him already by how he acts. If you go on a pity date, he will only want to go out again, and it will get harder to say no because of the guilt. When you decide to then cut him loose or something, he will feel like **** , the girl he wanted dated him, and then vanished, he will spend years trying to talk to you again and trying to win you back, but it just wont work.

My advice would be to sit him down, and explain to him that you don't like him that way, and it would be best if he gave up on the thought of dating you as well. If he still persists in asking, that is when you cut him loose because he already knows how you feel about the situation.
User avatar #246 to #245 - Durp (09/26/2013) [-]
And now I'm clutching my head with all of these thoughs lol.

No ok that's a good idea. All right I'm ginna do that, thank you. I just want to make things easy and not painful for anyone.
User avatar #247 to #246 - VincentKing ONLINE (09/26/2013) [-]
You're welcome, and I do hope this helps you a lot. It hurts being friendzoned, but I know it is a lot easier in the long run.
User avatar #236 to #186 - thirdjess (09/26/2013) [-]
Ah all those people who suggest a pity date do not understand how this kinda **** works! I'd just try and cut him out, to be honest. Like once I saw an old highschool buddy while I was out so we went to get coffee, and as I got on the bus to get home he said 'How about a second date?'. I was like 'woah, this weren't no date.' So I just cut him off. I stopped talking to him, I stopped talking about him, eventually he just disappeared.
User avatar #216 to #186 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
Give him a chance?
User avatar #195 to #186 - dekyrptonian (09/26/2013) [-]
why not just try going out with him?
User avatar #194 to #186 - lolollo (09/26/2013) [-]
Why do you only see him as a friend?

What would be the difference exactly?
User avatar #218 to #194 - Durp (09/26/2013) [-]
To be completely honest with you, he's not even that great of a friend. I don't know him all too well; just from school. I'm not sure. The one thing that's holding me back is that he has a slightly..not obsessive, but something like that personality. Like he texts/calls multiple times in a short span. And he asked if he could get a picture of me to use as his background.

Don't get me wrong, it's flattering that a guy feels that way for me, but I don't know if I would get weirded out or not. If I go out with him, even just to see, what happens if things don't work? Will he feel twice as bad?
User avatar #252 to #218 - lolollo (09/26/2013) [-]
OK, so long as it isn't this **** about "Well I don't know just a feeling I guess LOL", or worse "OMG just because I won't have sex with him like OMG!"

To be honest, I'd friendzoned plenty of girls myself, for reasons similar to what you've stated. They have some personality flaw that is pretty bad, but not so bad that
i just want to cut off all ties. Hopefully when he learns his lesson the two of you can finally find each other as more than just friends.
User avatar #237 to #218 - settlwlvs (09/26/2013) [-]
It seems that boys like that turn out to be quite the amazing guys after they tone down a bit and ****** some. Honestly, if you could get one of his best friends to give him the 'creeper' chat and convince the guy that by being less clingy he becomes more attractive, I would give him a shot.

The obsessive natured ones are typically more prone to be generous and meet the needs of their girlfriend than the jocks or popular boys. On the other hand, they also have the chance of becoming jealous and controlling. With a little bit of polishing, he might make a decent mate.
User avatar #241 to #237 - Durp (09/26/2013) [-]
If I knew any of his friends, I'd see if they'd have anything to say about him. The main thing I don't want to a; falsely lead him on or b; end up hurting his feelings. If I can give him a chance without doing both of those then yeah I wouldn't mind. Like others have said, no use in just completely shunning him. Maybe once I get to know him a bit better he'll tone it down like you said.

Tldr; thanks everyone
User avatar #227 to #218 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
"And he asked if he could get a picture of me to use as his background."

Uhmm...
User avatar #229 to #227 - Durp (09/26/2013) [-]
Yeahhhh. So he's a little, um different.
User avatar #233 to #229 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
Hug him very tightly for a longish period of time. Maybe 30 seconds. And then let go, turn your back and leave, without saying a word. Never talk to him again, respond to texts, or anything afterwards.
User avatar #243 to #233 - settlwlvs (09/26/2013) [-]
that's evil.
User avatar #244 to #243 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
Or perhaps she should sleep with him once, and THEN ignore him forever?
#173 - elyiia (09/26/2013) [-]
Oh boy, another friendzone post. Let's get a little perspective here; the friendzone has existed ever since it became socially unacceptable to just rape any woman you could. It's even featured in Shakespear's works. The only difference is it's changed from being called unrequited love to the friendzone. To deny it's existance is a failing to understand humans.   
   
There is no problem with the friendzone itself, the issues are how the rejection is handled.
Oh boy, another friendzone post. Let's get a little perspective here; the friendzone has existed ever since it became socially unacceptable to just rape any woman you could. It's even featured in Shakespear's works. The only difference is it's changed from being called unrequited love to the friendzone. To deny it's existance is a failing to understand humans.

There is no problem with the friendzone itself, the issues are how the rejection is handled.
User avatar #239 to #173 - settlwlvs (09/26/2013) [-]
I've been legitimately friendzoned (true unrequited love) twice now. I would say I handled it pretty well in all honesty though; I didn't get upset or angry, nor did I change my feelings. I simply kept at it while also maintaining my best-friendship, and hoped for the best. Despite how rough it is on me, I don't let that get in the way of us enjoying each other's company.
User avatar #242 to #239 - elyiia (09/26/2013) [-]
See, assuming you didn't start bitching and going fedora mode that's a perfectly acceptable response, as is breaking the friendship. It's the other methods of dealing with it that aren't acceptable.
User avatar #179 to #173 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
I like friendzone posts (they are pretty rare).
They always start great discussions about women, and to losers like me, that's interesting to hear what other people think about various situations.
#163 - Nameloc (09/26/2013) [-]
I always made it clear that sex was not an intention of mine before and after dating a few girls.
One of them was decent, since she despised sex completely. (Too bad she was a total drama-queen bitch, up until I told her "I don't give a **** anymore. At all. Ever." Then she finally grew up.)
Another really wanted the D. (Never happened, either. She dumped me later on because I wouldn't fill that hole in her life.)
A few others followed the same as the last girl; They just want a guy who wants to **** them, and badly.

Which pisses me off, that I always come across the retarded/ ho-bag girls, instead of the girls who want an actual meaningful relationship.

TL;DR
I like my money. **** women. (Metaphorically and physically.)
I'll just take it slow and play the waiting game; Can't really force/ jump into a relationship.
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User avatar #146 - FightClub (09/26/2013) [-]
stupid meme face in the corner killed it

this isn't an official statistic, so don't act as if it's factual
#141 - bakinboy ONLINE (09/26/2013) [-]
anyone have the gif of that fat hispanic kid rejecting the friendzone like a boss?
anyone have the gif of that fat hispanic kid rejecting the friendzone like a boss?
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User avatar #175 to #138 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
This may sound mean, but may I ask, how much would you rate her out of 10? Then rate yourself. Then compare. Now you see why she rejected you. You gotta improve how you look to get at her level.

Also capitalize at the start of every sentence, and stop saying "as of late."
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User avatar #188 to #180 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
Exactly. My assumptions were that she's simply out of your league, and will go for the hot guys despite the ****** personality. Simply go for it, rather then telling her "I like you." Go for a kiss, show confidence. Confidence is what makes a girl think your 5 points higher. 5 points.. that's a 4/10 to a 9/10.
#155 to #138 - yuukoku (09/26/2013) [-]
I'll tell you what you do; you go and you take responsibility as her good friend who cares about her and go tell her that he's dangerous. Put your feelings on hold in order to save her from what you know isn't going to go well. Go tell her, face to face, that he's bad news and to just drop him. Don't make it about love or whatever, tell her that as a person that cares about her that you know she's making a huge mistake and you don't want to see her get hurt.
If what you're saying is true, then she needs to stay away from him and be with anybody else. You need to let her know this. She's obviously making the wrong decision even associating with someone like that.

Now, I'm going to take into account that you may be overreacting, so don't go calling the police or freaking out at her immediately. If you get him arrested for little to no reason or just go making false accusations, she'll never forgive you. Warn her at first. If anything ********** happens or you feel wrong about him in a dire way, you go and tell her again, but be more serious. If she refuses to listen, get your ass to a gym, because you might need to settle it the old-fashioned way.

Don't let your friends get hurt. I'm not saying to be creepy and follow her everywhere, but just make sure she's safe. You have an obligation to do that, even if she never returned your love.
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#170 to #158 - Nameloc (09/26/2013) [-]
Good luck;   
   
Best advice I can give you is this:   
   
Love is a waiting game. You'll find yourself waiting for long periods of time trying to catch the right fish. Just gotta avoid the "Cray Fish," and eventually the right catch will come along for you.   
   
(Incoming wall of text)   
   
My friend met his girlfriend via ChatRoulette; Neither of them were jerking off or anything nasty, they were both just bored. She, in Singapore. He, in Florida. Somehow something sparked and they really liked conversing with each other. They kept talking and eventually they added each other on Facebook. Even though, at this time, the guy was engaged, things turned for the worse when his fiance went a little overboard with him talking with this female abroad. They split up and shortly after the female he had encountered on ChatRoulette a while back started messaging him again. Now this is where things really started to kick off. They found themselves so enticed with each other that they had to meet. Two months ago he took a plane and set off for Singapore. He stayed for just under a month, and by the looks of it, it was the greatest month either had ever had.   
   
Now I'm just waiting to see when they'll move in together/ get engaged.
Good luck;

Best advice I can give you is this:

Love is a waiting game. You'll find yourself waiting for long periods of time trying to catch the right fish. Just gotta avoid the "Cray Fish," and eventually the right catch will come along for you.

(Incoming wall of text)

My friend met his girlfriend via ChatRoulette; Neither of them were jerking off or anything nasty, they were both just bored. She, in Singapore. He, in Florida. Somehow something sparked and they really liked conversing with each other. They kept talking and eventually they added each other on Facebook. Even though, at this time, the guy was engaged, things turned for the worse when his fiance went a little overboard with him talking with this female abroad. They split up and shortly after the female he had encountered on ChatRoulette a while back started messaging him again. Now this is where things really started to kick off. They found themselves so enticed with each other that they had to meet. Two months ago he took a plane and set off for Singapore. He stayed for just under a month, and by the looks of it, it was the greatest month either had ever had.

Now I'm just waiting to see when they'll move in together/ get engaged.
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User avatar #144 to #138 - bakinboy ONLINE (09/26/2013) [-]
why even stay friends with her. she doesnt feel the same way about you clearly and just being her friend is making you feel like **** .

go after some other girl
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User avatar #177 to #149 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
Why do you care this much about the girl who hurts you so much?
#222 to #177 - SlowpokeForever (09/26/2013) [-]
I'm not him, but sometimes, it's better to be lonely together than to be miserable alone..
User avatar #224 to #222 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
Miserable and lonely are very similar things.
#225 to #224 - SlowpokeForever (09/26/2013) [-]
Don't I know it.
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User avatar #192 to #181 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
But she's causing depression..
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User avatar #203 to #200 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
Then be happy? Relatively speaking, you're happier with her then without. So be glad about it.
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User avatar #207 to #206 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
What's the plan then?
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User avatar #214 to #210 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
Take a look at my old comment I wrote 20 minutes ago?
www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/4809422/And+the+truth+shall+set+you+free/188#188

Also, what has your previous plans been?
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User avatar #223 to #219 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
Just go for that kiss.....
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User avatar #228 to #226 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
It's easier then a lot of the **** you've been trying to pull off.

I'm sure it's easier then getting a black belt too

Go for it.
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User avatar #235 to #230 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
Think about it this way. If you don't do it, you'll continue to feel like **** .
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User avatar #240 to #238 - Leopard (09/26/2013) [-]
Try it and report back. You can't feel ******** then you feel now after you try it, even if it fails. Most likely you'll be relaxed that you've done it (if you failed). If you succeeded, then how you will feel is self explanatory.
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User avatar #157 to #149 - randomlyici (09/26/2013) [-]
I agree. She is using you as a complete crutch and you're letting her. If you're worried for her life then fine, you can stay friends with her but you need to lessen the amount of time you're together and you need to find another girl. She screams trouble and sounds like one of those people that enjoys being pitied on. Her problems are her own. Do not make them yours. You need a healthy relationship and honestly she sounds like she needs mental help. Life is too precious to waste it on miserable people and she is one hell of a miserable girl.
User avatar #151 to #149 - bakinboy ONLINE (09/26/2013) [-]
shes just using you as a crutch/ shoulder to cry on.
if you want to stay her friend, you should at least go out and try to meet other girls who will have the same feelings towards you.
because she certainly does not feel the same about you as you do to her and it is not going to change no matter how much you are there.
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#232 to #154 - holeinone (09/26/2013) [-]
There WILL be more chances for you to find other women. You just don't think so. The older you get the more women think having a nice guy once in a while wouldn't be so bad. Probably because they've put themselves in lots ****** relationships. If you still care about her make sure to tell her that you will always be great friends, but you need to find someone else to be with since she rejected you.

This will either coax her to give you a shot eventually or you'll need to find another girl. Don't forget that you should try to get to know girls and if you feel let down by trying to talk to them then you could always go to her to make yourself feel better and complain to her. being a crutch can work both ways.
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User avatar #142 to #138 - cpthitsugaya (09/26/2013) [-]
USUALLY, women go for guys that are a mess because they love long term projects, like turning them into good fellas. When they see someone like you, who already IS a good fella, there isn't much to change, and might start thinking that you deserve better.
That's just my opinion though
User avatar #168 to #142 - yuukoku (09/26/2013) [-]
I think you're right. I've heard this a lot before. It's the reason girls always just walk right around nice guys.
User avatar #190 to #168 - Katzie (09/26/2013) [-]
They don't "walk around nice guys". If you act like a friend, you're going to become a friend. You can't form a completely platonic friendship and then get pissed off when it doesn't magically become intimate.
User avatar #198 to #190 - yuukoku (09/26/2013) [-]
When it's at a friendship, I don't expect it to get intimate, but the fact that I tried in the first place just pisses me off.
User avatar #197 to #190 - yuukoku (09/26/2013) [-]
Trust me, I've tried from the get-go with some girls. It just isn't meant to be some times. I don't know if they didn't get the message or whatever, but almost every girl I've flirted with either thinks I'm just being really friendly or pretends to go along and then turns around and ******* finds someone else. At first I chocked it up to bad luck, but after like seven times, there has to be something wrong. I'm a nice guy and that's never helped me with girls.
User avatar #208 to #197 - Katzie (09/26/2013) [-]
You could be annoying, you could be unnattractive, you could be bad at flirting, you could be boring, you could have difficulty relating to the girls, you could be clingy, you could be jealous, etc etc. There's more to a relationship than being "nice"
User avatar #212 to #208 - yuukoku (09/26/2013) [-]
Huh. Maybe I'm annoying? I don't think unattractive, boring, clingy, or jealousy are any big problems, but maybe you have a couple points here. Anyway, I've sort of given up on trying anymore. Too much stress and it doesn't benefit me, so, **** it. Thanks, though.
#136 - anonymous (09/26/2013) [-]
i'm in love with someone, but idk if she is a trap. trapzoned ???:c
User avatar #128 - pikininja (09/26/2013) [-]
I remember rejecting an underclassmen that asked me out; he was a was total sweetheart, but kind of creepy. The next day he had a long-ass Facebook status about friend-zoning and how girls are so cruel. Now all his friends hate me and make a point to stare me down whenever I pass by.
The best part is that I was with my boyfriend when he asked me out.
#126 - mudkipftw ONLINE (09/26/2013) [-]
#116 - chaserking (09/26/2013) [-]
I'm sorry?


I'm an adult.
#114 to #113 - Toshiro (09/26/2013) [-]
Yeah man, bitches all want the Chum!
User avatar #112 - Warzonebeta (09/26/2013) [-]
Im in the yellow...im flat out in love with the girl and im just so scared to ask at this point its actually physically painful....
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User avatar #140 to #112 - cantfindausername (09/26/2013) [-]
"It's better to have love and lost than never to have loved at all."
Or, "Go Balls to the Wall."
Carpe the **** out of the diem.
User avatar #129 to #112 - holycrapimacupcake (09/26/2013) [-]
Go for it bro, it'll only hurt if you don't try. I mean the worst she can do is say no, that is literally the worst case scenario, and if she does, hey, her ******* loss.
User avatar #121 to #112 - emokoneko (09/26/2013) [-]
You'll never know if you don't go for it, and you'll always wonder. Take it slow, though. Otherwise she'll think you're in the red.
User avatar #111 - seniorawesomesauce (09/26/2013) [-]
and then there's me, who doesnt have any friends.


Joke's on you, no friends means no friendzone.
User avatar #174 to #111 - azelot (09/26/2013) [-]
fovereralonezone we are two in it now
#182 to #174 - tonyredgrave (09/26/2013) [-]
**tonyredgrave rolled a random image posted in comment #4 at Toddler gets Black Cock ** Make that three
User avatar #187 to #182 - azelot (09/26/2013) [-]
please dont make it a sausage party ...
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**tonyredgrave rolled a random image posted in comment #233 at Forgot to login ** Too late
#110 - dflash (09/26/2013) [-]
Oh **** , here goes another friendzone post. I might as well give as much advice as possible to those in need (let's be real, some of you can use this). And this is from someone who was a *********** in HS.

1. The friendzone doesn't exist
2. If you like a girl, lrn hw 2 make advances. If she shuts them down, stop making yourself look bad and move on with your life. If she doesn't, then repeat that step until relationship forms
3. Be yourself, if you have to go out of your character to impress a girl it's not gonna last, bro.
4. Grow the **** up and don't go for only looks(Believe it or not, girls have these things called "personalities". Maybe you've heard of them or maybe you didn't level up in life enough to get one of your own.)
5. And for the record, you can't "love her" if she never had any feelings for you in the first place. Love is a two-way road, bro.

I'm sure I missed a couple things, but I'm sure I got the most important... I'd actually like to discuss this with some FJ'ers too
User avatar #148 to #110 - mourningspawn (09/26/2013) [-]
As a female, I'm pretty certain the friendzone does exist. (as far as i know) Its just because we don't see you in that way. My best friend is a guy, and we just have a common sense of humor and hatred of people and drama and like for good music. We also dont have a bunch of friends and have been friends for about 4-5 years As far as ive ever noticed, he doesnt seem to seek a deeper relationship with me either but I do still feel bad that he's in the friendzone if he does like me more than a friend.

If he does like me, and was to bring it up I would just tell him im sorry that i dont see him in that way and id rather us keep the good relationship we have now and not ruin it. So what im saying is, unless the girl you like is a **** , if you bring it up she's not going to see you differently and it shouldnt make things too weird for long and the worst shes going to do is tell you she doesnt feel the same, but you have to understand her feelings towards you. if you get mad, nobody wins
User avatar #150 to #148 - mourningspawn (09/26/2013) [-]
But now that i think about it, neither of us know how to talk to the opposite sex in order to make advances. And i'm practically an asexual symbol, anyone i talk to seems to know I have no interest in anyone therefore nobody has an interest in me. We are kind of the rare boy-girl pair that would work as friends. I dunno, that's just my contrabution
User avatar #122 to #110 - makeakilling (09/26/2013) [-]
Well said, dude, well said.

I gotta ask though: what does "irn hw" mean?
User avatar #123 to #122 - dflash (09/26/2013) [-]
"lrn hw 2" = Learn how to
User avatar #124 to #123 - makeakilling (09/26/2013) [-]
Thank you, good sir. Makes sense now
User avatar #120 to #110 - charliechronic (09/26/2013) [-]
best advice I've ever seen, ever.
my thoughts exactly.
you sir, are a good man.
User avatar #104 - avatarsarefornoobs (09/26/2013) [-]
i would venture to say its closer to 50 50
friendzone is not complete ******** . but sometimes it is. you are trying to put something in a pie chart that cant easily be quantified...
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