Do you dislike the term "friendzone"? (By Boster930 FemaleGold MedalBronze TrophySuper Star 6 years ago)

Votes by gender

Guys
72 votes
50%
50%
Girls
40 votes
67.5%
32.5%
Unknowns
191 votes
58.64%
41.36%

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55%
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Israel
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    6 years ago
    ico +3
    I have been in the friendzone for 9 years. I hate it
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    6 years ago
    ico +4
    guest from Illinois, United States
    give up dude...
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    6 years ago
    ico +4
    bigDylan MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarBronze Crown from North Carolina, United States
    theirs a difference between freindship and freind zoned being freind zoned is haveing the girl you like treat you like a brother or a "good freind" and that sucks
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    6 years ago
    ico +2
    lamnad MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Texas, United States
    I dislike both options. Friendship is great, but also can be a prison if one party wants to go to another level in the relationship. I have been on both sides of the friend zone and really, it not fun on either. I don't think it's about every one should find me attractive because I'm nice, it's trying to be the kind of person they say they want and them not even trying to see if you two could be something.
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    6 years ago
    ico +2
    Boster930 FemaleGold MedalBronze TrophySuper Star from Western Australia, Australia
    "trying to be the kind of person they say they want and them not even trying", having some basic qualities they admire (which would create the friendship in the first place) doesn't equate attraction. They might like certain aspects to someones personality and then dislike other things that of course they wouldn't say so due to being a friend, or they might just not find that person attractive, or they appreciate a friendship or the dynamics of a group to such an extent that they don't wont to risk ruining that bond.
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    6 years ago
    ico +1
    lamnad MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Texas, United States
    I understand that completely, I was just commenting on that both options were no where close to what I feel on this subject. I also understand that in many cases I have realized that the reason the girl I was pinning over didn't like me that way was that I was trying to be someone I was not and she, even if she did not know it, was probably picking that up.
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    6 years ago
    ico +5
    Damianne FemaleSilver MedalSuper Star from Virginia, United States
    No one owes anyone a relationship.
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    6 years ago
    ico +6
    Boster930 FemaleGold MedalBronze TrophySuper Star from Western Australia, Australia
    If you see the friendzone as a punishment you don't deserve to have that person as a friend in the first place.