The concept of the "friendzone" really makes my blood boil. Friendship is something to be cherished and treasured for a life time. I know what it's like to be attracted to a friend who wanted nothing more than a platonic relationship with me. You know what I didn't do? I didn't throw a big pity party about "poor wittle me how could this person just want a friendship with me boooo hooo". You know what I did do? I got over it and I respected the other persons wishes to just remain friends and we are still great friends today.
Trust me, you're not being cruel. You're doing the right thing for you. The friendzone is a pathetic concept anyway. You're a person and your decisions about who you do and don't want to be with should be respected.
Going to have to say no. I've had a few crushes over the years, but never really got hung up over any body. If there was nothing between us, then I moved on. I really hate to say it, but I probably have friendzoned a few poor girls back in high school, because I was under the silly notion that no one could actually be attracted to me, so I was just oblivious to all romance at that point in my life. Well, that, and I was related to A LOT of people I went to high school with, so I kind of avoided romance so I didn't end up dating a cousin or something like that. Family reunions would have been awkward.
I practically live in the friend-zone. Most every girl I've had an interest in in the last few years has had no interest in a relationship with me beyond friendship. I can't say I'm too upset over it; if someone has no romantic feelings for me, then there's no since trying to make them. I'll admit, though, it always disheartening when you realize a deeper relationship isn't going to happen. But hey, all you can do is dust yourself off and keep hope that the right one will come along.
I've been there...and then like a few years ago I friend zoned a great friend of mine......but now he's my boyfriend! but its the great because he's also my best friend, so its a great relationship, almost a year already. So it turned out for the better, gives hope for people that are friend zoned, and this is coming from someone who /friend zoned/ someone ^^ ;;
I've been there once. It was emotional hell- a gibbering, spastic series of kaleidoscopic colors that turned on emotions and turned them off a split second late. You find yourself reeling throughout the folds of time and space, never to be found until you stop screaming and bawling into your pillow.
To those who say they never knew a girl to be friend-zoned....I have. And it hurts more than I thought it would. That despite being the best guy they know, they wouldn't even bother to give a fuck about dating you. Claiming they "don't want to lose the friendship they have." Well, the last one who said that to me lost the friendship either way. Nevertheless, I've had a gf that I can't even consider as such due to...well I rather not speak of the bitch. But any girl I liked that I was friends with, was nothing but. A friend. I hate being friend-zoned and single....and the fact that I've had no sex for 2 years and counting doesn't help much either. I'm gonna go and....oh f*ck it who cares at this point...... #lonelinessneverhurtsomuch
Is when, for example, you like someone, that is your friends, and you both get along very well. But that person, can only see you as a friend. A best friend, someone that person can trust a lot, not as :something else" . That is in resume.
I once friendzoned myself. >just finished getting my medical assistant certification and about to quit my fastfood job >talking about relationships with intelligent, hot and single female friend I've been crushing on for years >She leans across the table: "I'm really looking for a guy who's trying to better himself" >me: "As you should. I'm sure you'll find the right guy sometime." >later that night, screaming into pillow
I agree with Veggie here (actually). Why the partial censorship? It's not like anybody can't tell what you're trying to say. Anybody who reads this is going to automatically read the word since their brain can tell what it is. Do you curse or not?
You said "f**k". Why? Are you afraid of cursing? Personally, I think it's better to do that than to say the whole word. Problem is, everyone can still tell what you're saying. was just being condescending to you, which I wouldn't do.