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Friendzone questions.

 
Anonymous Coward
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11/16/2012 10:23 PM
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Friendzone questions.
How would girls react if a guy told a girl he doesn't want to be too friendly (texting a lot, chatting, phonecalls etc) to avoid being friendzoned by her? But he doesn't want her to forget him either.

I meant if the guys actually said it.

The guy can't actually make a move because he currently lives far away.
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11/16/2012 10:24 PM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
Hey kid, we all know you're talking about yourself.

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It's like asking a doctor about the clap... because your friend needs to know.
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11/16/2012 10:25 PM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
Write her letters and cards by mail. Thoughtful and very romantic. Give her something physical to keep remembering you.
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11/16/2012 10:26 PM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
Makes no sense to me. If said girl is available and the guy actually has feelings for her then being afraid of being friendzoned is just stupid. I'm biased though since my husband and I managed to meet despite being 900ish miles apart. Sounds more like he's putting her on hold incase he can't get something better. I don't know the whole situation though, so it could be far from the truth.
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11/16/2012 10:29 PM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
No reason to be afraid of being friendzoned.

The only thing to avoid is not knowing whether you are in the friendzone or not. Otherwise, give 'er a shot, and if you end up in the zone and can't get out, just drop the whole thing.
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11/16/2012 10:37 PM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
Makes no sense to me. If said girl is available and the guy actually has feelings for her then being afraid of being friendzoned is just stupid. I'm biased though since my husband and I managed to meet despite being 900ish miles apart. Sounds more like he's putting her on hold incase he can't get something better. I don't know the whole situation though, so it could be far from the truth.


Haha, well what if said girl wasn't available at the moment?

No, but seriously what would a girl think if a guy told her that? Girls imagine a guy you like saying this, how would you feel?

I've never heard it actually verbalized before.
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11/16/2012 10:52 PM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
If she's in a relationship with someone other than you, and yet still texting/calling you, there are only two explanations. Either you're already friendzoned (which may not be a totally bad thing), or she's sizing you up to replace her current. Either way, such an announcement would not go over well. If you're developing feelings for her, it is better to just tell her. Honesty is always, ALWAYS the best policy.
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11/16/2012 10:58 PM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
Being friendzoned isn't necessarily a bad thing. Telling her you don't want to be friendzoned is likely a bad decision.

IMO if you said to me what you said in the OP I'd view it as I'm not good enough to be your friend but I'm good enough to sleep with?!
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Re: Friendzone questions.
Being friendzoned isn't necessarily a bad thing. Telling her you don't want to be friendzoned is likely a bad decision.

IMO if you said to me what you said in the OP I'd view it as I'm not good enough to be your friend but I'm good enough to sleep with?!
 Quoting: Oldmotherhubbard


Wonderful point! "I don't want to be your friend, but call me if you ever want to hook up!" Oh my! Good way to never speak to a girl again.
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Re: Friendzone questions.
How would girls react if a guy told a girl he doesn't want to be too friendly (texting a lot, chatting, phonecalls etc) to avoid being friendzoned by her? But he doesn't want her to forget him either.

I meant if the guys actually said it.

The guy can't actually make a move because he currently lives far away.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23991183


Will you please take these kiddy questions to a teen forum and stop wasting our time!
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Re: Friendzone questions.
Being friendzoned isn't necessarily a bad thing. Telling her you don't want to be friendzoned is likely a bad decision.

IMO if you said to me what you said in the OP I'd view it as I'm not good enough to be your friend but I'm good enough to sleep with?!



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I take it as a bad thing, being friendzoned would mean that she doesn't see a guy as male or sexual any longer. It's like being viewed/ treated as a diminished male.

Anyway, i know in my case that i haven't been friendzoned yet, just think that i might be depending on what i do.

I'll probably just leave her be till she breaks up with the boyfriend/ comes back for holidays and then make my move.

There is that risk of being forgotten, although maybe that's not such a bad thing.

Damn females! With guys, if we're attracted to you, there really isn't any risk of being friendzoned by chatting too much ya know?
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11/16/2012 11:15 PM
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Will you please take these kiddy questions to a teen forum and stop wasting our time!


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why so serious?
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11/16/2012 11:18 PM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
If you said you didnt want to talk to me much i would take that as you were not interested.
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11/16/2012 11:45 PM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
Makes no sense to me. If said girl is available and the guy actually has feelings for her then being afraid of being friendzoned is just stupid. I'm biased though since my husband and I managed to meet despite being 900ish miles apart. Sounds more like he's putting her on hold incase he can't get something better. I don't know the whole situation though, so it could be far from the truth.


Haha, well what if said girl wasn't available at the moment?

No, but seriously what would a girl think if a guy told her that? Girls imagine a guy you like saying this, how would you feel?

I've never heard it actually verbalized before.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23991183


Then wait. Its not to say that you shouldn't live your life as well, but who knows what the future holds. There may come a time when there is an opportunity. Until then, friendzone isn't so bad. Like another poster said, it would make me think he isn't interested. Or I'd think I'm being played.

Last Edited by Guenwyfar on 11/16/2012 11:54 PM
Guenwyfar

"Karma is like a rubberband.. it can only stretch so far before it comes back and smacks you in the face."

"Women who seek to be equal with men lack ambition."

"Religion is like a penis, it's fine to have one and be proud of it, but when you take it out and wave it in my face, that's when we have a problem."
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Re: Friendzone questions.
If she's in a relationship with someone other than you, and yet still texting/calling you, there are only two explanations. Either you're already friendzoned (which may not be a totally bad thing), or she's sizing you up to replace her current. Either way, such an announcement would not go over well. If you're developing feelings for her, it is better to just tell her. Honesty is always, ALWAYS the best policy.
 Quoting: Meggarea


This. Well said. No matter the motives on either side honesty is the best policy.
Guenwyfar

"Karma is like a rubberband.. it can only stretch so far before it comes back and smacks you in the face."

"Women who seek to be equal with men lack ambition."

"Religion is like a penis, it's fine to have one and be proud of it, but when you take it out and wave it in my face, that's when we have a problem."
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11/17/2012 12:50 AM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
This. Well said. No matter the motives on either side honesty is the best policy.



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By saying that i don't want to be friendzoned i'm being totally honest.

Hmmm... not talking could mean no interest, true.

I think what i might do is to talk with her occasionally out of the blue sometimes and just disappear the other times.
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11/17/2012 09:08 AM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
Sounds like a solid plan to make yourself be forgotten. If you think that's best then I guess that's what you've got to do.
Guenwyfar

"Karma is like a rubberband.. it can only stretch so far before it comes back and smacks you in the face."

"Women who seek to be equal with men lack ambition."

"Religion is like a penis, it's fine to have one and be proud of it, but when you take it out and wave it in my face, that's when we have a problem."
DonHeau

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11/17/2012 09:09 AM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
What the fuck are you blabbering about?
We opened doors by thinking.
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11/17/2012 09:33 AM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
Let's get this straight: you want to remove her underpants and stick your cock deep in her pussy. So fucking be direct about it, you tit. How else is she going to know that you want to fornicate with her unless you make it clear?

When a dog wants a piece of ass, they sniff it first. You have to do the same... go right up to her tell her to bend over then sniff her ass, then if you approve, ask her to sniff yours.

And if she likes the smell of your ass?

tonight is your night bro.
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11/17/2012 09:43 AM
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Re: Friendzone questions.
For real, you really do have to be direct with a woman if you want to sex her / be her guy, whatever. You have to flirt with her and make it obvious from the start... be cheeky and take charge. Women are creeped the fuck out by fellas who silently lust over them while pretending to be their friend. I don't blame them. That's why you have to ignite sexual feelings in her by being flirtatious and telling her you think she's sexy, hot, etc. Just don't go into sleazy territory, i.e., telling her you want to bend her over and fuck her in the ass or eat her pussy till she screams. Keep it fun.
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11/17/2012 02:59 PM
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That could be interpreted as the guy wanting something more with her in the future. On the other hand,you might just want your cake and to eat it, too. Sounds like a game, and you're being indirect.

Last Edited by Zuzu's Petals on 11/17/2012 03:05 PM
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