You’ve fallen in love with the girl or guy of your dreams. You can’t get them out of your head. Your mind is consumed with thoughts of them. When you look into the future, they’re there with you. Heck, you might even be sitting across from them right now. But here’s the catch: They see you as nothing more than a friend. You’ve unfortunately and unwillingly been categorized and thrust into the dreaded friend zone.
- Years ago I was called friend by a girl I was absolutely in love with, and getting her to see me romantically, was like getting a Democrat and a Republican to agree... meaning it didn't happen. I was told by someone the other day to not be afraid of the friend zone, that it is now what women prefer, I this true? Because I don't think men do?
- The FRIEND ZONE is not escapableVote A
- The FRIEND ZONE is escapableVote B
- It depends and I like to share why..Vote C
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You can get out of the friend-zone, you just have to have the balls to do it. I recently escaped the friendzone of a girl i'd been dating, by merely pulling her to one side and saying "I like you, and i have a great time everytime i see you, but i'm just not interested in being 'just friends'. If you change your mind, give me a call, because i'd love to get together and hang out." After which i wished her good night, and walked away.
Of course the situation is different to you being friends with someone for 10 years, because then you're throwing away a 10 year friendship because the other party isn't interested in you the same way. But that is a choice you must make. The girl i mentioned above, i'd only known for 3 months, so i wasn't throwing away a deep friendship. I just wasn't willing to settle for less and being strung along like a dog hoping things might change.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over expecting different results each time.1