poor bastard. monkey see monkey do.. What she really meant is: "He's the perfect guy except for one thing, he isn't hot enough" =D poor bastard monkey see do What she really meant is: "He's the perfect guy except for one thing he isn't hot enough" =D
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#13 - galahads
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(04/26/2012) [-]
What she really meant is: "He's the perfect guy except for one thing, he isn't hot enough" =D
#83 - JustForTheLulz
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(04/26/2012) [-]
I feel like I'm the last person who should be giving relationship advice as I've realized I'll never be in one myself, but nevertheless I feel like commenting.

I believe that what many of us experience and refer to as "The Friendzone" is actually extremely mislabeled, and should instead be called the "Nice-guys/girls-who-I-don't-want-to-date-but-also-don't-want-to-hurt-their-feel ings Zone." Because this site has mostly male users, it seems like women are the only ones who put people in this zone, when in reality both sexes do it constantly, and as much as it hurts to be the person who's shoved into this zone, it always feels more merciful an option than simply saying "No" as the person being asked to escalate the relationship.

Basically what I'm saying is this:

Nice guys - It may not be that the girl you're crazy about is too stupid to see that her perfect partner is right in front of her. The bittersweet reality may simply be that she doesn't want to date you, but cares enough about you as a person to try and protect your feelings at least a little bit. This certainly doesn't mean there's something drastically wrong with you, or her for that matter. She just sees you as maybe a friendly classmate, as you probably do to many, many girls you come in contact with daily.

One last thing; never "settle". Now I don't mean wait for the perfect girl, because she most likely doesn't exist. What I mean is, don't fall in love with being in love. If a girl you're really not attracted to asks you out, don't force the relationship just for the sake of being in a relationship. If you're not attracted to them, it will probably hurt less to be honest about it rather than have them find out the relationship you two got into was completely fake after you inevitably break up. Of course, there's always the option to get to know the person if you're not sure how you feel, which I totally support.

#117 to #83 - anon
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(04/26/2012) [-]
What a fine comment, sir.
#123 to #83 - CptSoapMacTavish
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#85 to #83 - MaidenMacabre **User deleted account**
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#128 to #85 - anon
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(04/26/2012) [-]
They are only awesome friends because they want in their panties.
#103 to #83 - staccato
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(04/26/2012) [-]
Jesus ******* christ I'm glad someone said it.
Here's a model with a moustache.
#109 to #83 - madjack
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(04/26/2012) [-]
Now, I agree with what you're saying, but i define the "friend-zone" As: when a girl you are dear friends with, and you want to start a relationship, but SHE starts dating someone else because SHE wants to. Just being friends with a girl and not making a move is not the friend zone. Here's a gif for your very nice comment.
Now, I agree with what you're saying, but i define the "friend-zone" As: when a girl you are dear friends with, and you want to start a relationship, but SHE starts dating someone else because SHE wants to. Just being friends with a girl and not making a move is not the friend zone. Here's a gif for your very nice comment.
#126 to #109 - johnnyfurious
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(04/26/2012) [-]
the more I watch the more I laugh xD
#141 to #109 - anon
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(04/26/2012) [-]
A
#88 to #83 - kapitanokliosov ONLINE
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#84 to #83 - JustForTheLulz
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(04/26/2012) [-]
Girls - All of the above applies to you as well. You should be just as free to date who you're actually attracted to as guys are. All that we ask is that maybe you'll let us down gently.
#93 - twerlyir
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(04/26/2012) [-]
Friendzone? That would be nice.
#22 - rottengrits **User deleted account**
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#36 to #22 - anon
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(04/26/2012) [-]
The fun part:   
The asshole tokens work way better in those girls, to make sex fall out.   
Kindness tokens just gets you friendship.   
That's what I don't get: Girls want guys to be nice and all that... but only if they are douches and if they are in a relationship with them.   
If the guys are already nice, there is no need to bait them with sex to become a better person... or something like that.   
   
Being nice doesn't make people fall in love with you. Being attractive does.   
No matter if this is about being a douche, physically fit or having the same interests as someone.   
Just don't try the kindness-facebook-token version. This never works.   
Get her used to you touching her (little games, like carrying her around, when you want to), see if you share interests and go out with her/get her drunk.    
If then nothing happens, it never will   
   
TLDR:   
Stop the kindness tokens, they ******* suck. Get attractive/fun/asshole tokens instead. and get a ******* physical relationship to her...
The fun part:
The asshole tokens work way better in those girls, to make sex fall out.
Kindness tokens just gets you friendship.
That's what I don't get: Girls want guys to be nice and all that... but only if they are douches and if they are in a relationship with them.
If the guys are already nice, there is no need to bait them with sex to become a better person... or something like that.

Being nice doesn't make people fall in love with you. Being attractive does.
No matter if this is about being a douche, physically fit or having the same interests as someone.
Just don't try the kindness-facebook-token version. This never works.
Get her used to you touching her (little games, like carrying her around, when you want to), see if you share interests and go out with her/get her drunk.
If then nothing happens, it never will

TLDR:
Stop the kindness tokens, they ******* suck. Get attractive/fun/asshole tokens instead. and get a ******* physical relationship to her...
#37 to #36 - reedstoess
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(04/26/2012) [-]
People around here throw the douchebag term out way too much. I'm just saying
#40 to #36 - xxyzx
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(04/26/2012) [-]
maybe those girls are just sluts?
#96 to #36 - funchy
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#42 to #22 - anon
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While it is true that expecting sex from a girl in exchange for kindness is both stupid and childish, wanting to be loved back by someone you love is not unreasonable. Not every guy is into a girl just for potential fact, but rather that they enjoy her very essence in her life. The way her smile can light up your whole day. How a small compliment from her can leave you feeling happy and warm throughout the night. While the friend zone for some is indeed a superficial excuse for not "getting any" in return for kindness, for others it's a crushing situation that leaves you feeling broken and alone.

tldr; not every guy is into a girl just for sex, friend zone's a bitch
#81 to #42 - alakazaam
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I think it's a bit unreasonable. Sure it would be nice to have the person you love like you back in the same way, but expecting them to be in love, which is a huge deal to most people, is too much to ask. Expecting them to be committed to you and feel a strong emotion for you and to want a future with you is a lot to ask. Wanting it isn't so bad but when people complain about being in the friendzone it's like they're complaining that they aren't getting that love. It's silly to think that someone should love you just because you do. It's unreasonable and the only way I can think of it being excusable is because you're in love with that person. However, that doesn't mean you should complain about it when you realize the other person doesn't like you like that.

tldr; Love is a lot to ask for and is unreasonable to expect out of someone you're not with romantically.
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#28 to #22 - sopsop
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(04/26/2012) [-]
Read this, internet.
Read this, internet.
#34 to #22 - noodlelover
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(04/26/2012) [-]
ik seriously it seems like FJ is full of butthurt kids that get rejected in school by probs one of the more popular girls and they call it the friend zone
#90 - angelasian
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(04/26/2012) [-]
I first read that as "He isn't my boyfriend- but I love his lungs" 0_o
#136 to #90 - thefunnyside
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(04/26/2012) [-]
If Jack the ripper was a girl, I bet he'd say that.
#92 to #90 - pokemonstheshiz
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(04/26/2012) [-]
That's some kinky ****
#105 to #92 - antagonizer
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Sis?!?
#27 - Daemmerung
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(04/26/2012) [-]
Dear friendzoned fellows,
I know it is dire, but listen to me. It happens.

Now, I know, you're probably going, "Oh, great, another asshole who feels like giving advice. I bet he's never even had a real relationship." Well, if you thought that, you are correct, I am the KING of being friendzoned. So, listen up: Just because you are friendzoned doesn't mean you're not good enough. It could be a bunch of things, including:
-She is pining away for someone else
-She feels you know too much about her
-She just doesn't feel that kind of chemistry between you two
-She's a lesbian
-She's shallow, and you don't live up to her expectations
-She just feels too comfortable around you, and, doesn't want that to change.
-She likes you, but, doesn't convey it that well.

If there's one thing I can tell you to take away from this, it's this: It's not that you're not good enough, it's just that she doesn't feel that way about you, bro. So, what can we do about this, Tyler (Your name is now Tyler, by the way, internet.)? Well, there's honestly only a few options here:
-Continue to pine over her. Let your unrequited affection fuel your actions, become a stalker, end things in a murder-suicide, you Shakespeare-fan, you!
-Force yourself to get over your feelings, find another, better girl (I assure you, they exist. Somewhere.), but, continue being friends with this one, because, "alpha as ****" or not, going "I only was your friend because I wanted some" is all kinds of douchebag.
-Be alpha as ****, and go "I only was your friend because I wanted some."
-Admit your feelings for her. Maybe she has them too, but, thinks it's an unrequited situation, and therefore pretends they don't exist (Worst-Case Scenario: She stops being your friend, which means she was a bitch anyways.). What've you got to lose, Tyler?

Anywho, Tyler, I wish you the best of luck in your romantic endeavors!

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tl;dr Oh, look, Daem's being a faggot without being OP! :D
#30 to #27 - anon
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(04/26/2012) [-]
no it's cozz you try too hard dude.
#31 to #30 - Daemmerung
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(04/26/2012) [-]
That can happen, too, but, I ran out of text, so, I cut that one out. :P
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#33 to #27 - DANKNOFAM
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penis
#35 to #33 - Daemmerung
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(04/26/2012) [-]
I concur, Tyler. I concur.
#108 - simbles
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#131 - jokervsbat
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related
#137 to #131 - vixenmacabre
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(04/26/2012) [-]
wish i could thumb moar
#1 - anon
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(04/25/2012) [-]
what if it is her brother?
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#57 - jplok
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(04/26/2012) [-]
Just walk around with a raging boner always. Works every time.