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    RE: The Friendzone

    On a, potentially, ligher note... the guy I'm with now was originally in the friend zone. But, it wasn't my fault to be honest. One of my friends kept barging into the room saying "Have you said yes yet?" every five minutes, which not only got me so peeved that I came close to punching them in the face, I felt pressured into answering. I was pretty quiet and shy to begin with, but, that made me say nothing. The guy I'm with now told me he was glad I didn't say yes that time. Because he said that the relationship might not have worked as it does now. ^-^

    I got friend zoned once. By a guitarist back when I was a music student. Now I look back and laugh thinking "What the hell did I see in that guy?"
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    I was friendzoned by a guy since he couldn't make up his damn mind on whether he wanted to stay with the girl he was having problems with, give me a try or just stay single. He ended up dumping the girl and we started going out...for about a week before he emailed me saying he was a mess and he needed time to figure things out. However, if I was patient, he might take a second chance with me, but in the meantime, we could still be friends.

    HA HA HA...NO

    Sorry, but once you become an ex, I pretty much cut you out and treat you as if you are a stranger and I tend to see strangers as scenery to be ignored unless there are circumstances. I should have told him to just stay single, but I really liked him and I was still naive even in my early 20s. I've ignored him since and stay pretty much to myself now. Less drama and more me time

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    I don`t really believe in the Friendzone. There is no such thing. If you are really good friends with a girl/dude, and he has any kind of attraction towards you, he or she will definitely make a move sooner or later. And if he or she doesn`t do that, it just means that they weren`t attracted to you in the first place.

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    I have never been in the friend zone nor put anyone else in it for that matter.

    I agree with girls dating assholes because they are assholes too. I recently read the Shadow by Robert Bly and it talks about this exactly. It does not have to be about being an asshole but about any sort of strong characteristic that girls will tend to pick in all of their partners. It is that they feel these same characteristics but have not come to terms with them. The bad thing is that if they do come to terms with it later in life, that part of them is angry and primitive because it has been forgotten for so long and seeks revenge for lost time.

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    I've been /and/ put people in the friendzone. Sometimes intentionally, sometimes not. I'm sort of derpy and don't understand what people say sometimes, so I say things in response that sound like I'm friendzoning them without meaning to. On the other hand, I apparently lead people to believe I like them because I randomly say really flirty stuff that I don't mean to sound flirty...

    But when multiple people like you, you sorta have to friendzone at least one. Thus, I had to friendzone a few people. I've been friendzoned by people I liked too, but...I never minded. If someone is happy, that's what matters in my head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyoko Mogami View Post
    I have never been in the friend zone nor put anyone else in it for that matter.

    I agree with girls dating assholes because they are assholes too. I recently read the Shadow by Robert Bly and it talks about this exactly. It does not have to be about being an asshole but about any sort of strong characteristic that girls will tend to pick in all of their partners. It is that they feel these same characteristics but have not come to terms with them. The bad thing is that if they do come to terms with it later in life, that part of them is angry and primitive because it has been forgotten for so long and seeks revenge for lost time.
    I have never really been put in the friend zone nor have I done that to any woman I know. I am usually always in the exception to the rule zone for some reason. I think it is due to my charismatic and genuine persona which seems to make them fall for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaronOfStuff View Post
    I think I've been exceptionally lucky as far as having relationships goes. I can't say I ever 'tried' to get into one, and instead just found myself with someone for a while on several occasions (it just happens). Although they might have just been stupid. Probably both. Who knows? Who cares?

    This also means that I've been incredibly fortunate in not having some uncontrollable need to be in a relationship. I can't lose, it would seem.

    I generally stay away from offering advice on these things though. Not because I'm bad at it (although I almost certainly am), but because I'm just too blunt and say things that people don't want to hear, which invariably results in all sorts of awkward situations.
    It is better to tell the truth and be rejected than to lie and be accepted only to later slip up and be called a fraud. It totally discounts your character and just makes you another hypocrite. The compulsive need to be in a relationship is a very deadly thing which fortunately I have not fallen victim to. Usually when I get into relationships with women they always act so insecure around me. They don't want me talking to their friends(that kind of stuff). I do not like to toot my own horn but I was blessed with good looks and a charming, unique, genuine persona which probably makes them even more suspicious of me. I get comments all the time from women(even the ones im dating at the time) like " Who is that girl?are you sleeping with her?" 'You look like a player"(I am not like that per say). So I decided to just have casual sex until I find someone who trusts me and doesn't assume things which are not true.

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