Contrary to popular belief, women get friendzoned all the time. In fact, many girls I know end up friendzoning boys that fall in love with them because they started out having crushes on said boys, or being interested in them. Then after so long of a guy not making a move, she tries to make it over-obvious that they are just friends (to avoid embarrassment or awkwardness), and, eventually, only sees him that way.
Product: Boy is unhappy because all he wants is for her to see him as something more. Girl: Pushes away her dissapointment and denies her origional attractions, then stays friends with him.
Hello Fellow Tumbleirs,
I am trying to document the ominous “friendzone”, I have personal experience with the place. I would love to hear any questions, stories, reasons for friendzoning, comments, opinions, ect. about the subject! I’m giving advise to those who ask, and also stories! I just made this blog, and plan to dedicate it to helping those stuck in the friendzone to escape! Or at least prevent it in the future.
Feel free to ask me anything!
One of the first issues might be that she doesn’t know you like her. I know it may seem hard to believe, but when a girl says that she “sees you as a friend,” almost 90% of the time she means it. So when you keep trying to get her alone or on a sort-of date, by saying things like, “Hey! Let’s go watch a movie!” and you guys are already friends, she isn’t going to see a problem (or how you take it) when she invites other people. So if you want her to go out with you, the first step is to let her know that you want to hang out with her only. One way to do this would be to ask her to han, but don’t specify what you will be doing. Say it’s a surprise or something, then take her somewhere you guys can be alone. Examples: Picnic, lake, a walk, movie at home, movie theatre in another town, ice skating, cook dinner at home together, make a mini fire in back yard and make smores, etc. These are all great, private places where you guys are less likely to run in to all 42 of her best friends.