It's a made up concept and I think it's bull. Why are so many buying into it?
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No one is saying it's not common when one person has romantic feelings for the other, when the other only sees the first as a friend. But the friendzone concept is based on a feeling of entitlement that the "rejected" person has.
Like, they think "if I like her/him and I'm a good person and treat her/him well and support her/him, then this person should hace the decency to love me/have sex with me, instead of going for the bad boys/bad girls" This is the supreme BS. You should not expect any "rewards" from being a decent person or a good friend, and, if you do, then you're not as decent as you think you are. No one in this world OWES you love or sex.
A lot of people have a hard time accepting this and that's why they come up with this friendzone concept to express their own frustrations and bitterness. Instead, just grow up, stop thinking Cinderella is real and accept you can't always have what you want.0