Holy crap, this OP post just reeks of teenaged angst, teardrops on your guitar and pure bullshit. Just because someone doesn't return your feelings, doesn't mean you should sit there, complain about them being your one true mate and generally being an all around entitled asshole. Sheesh. You make it sound like everyone who has had someone tell them "I see you more as a friend/sibling" after telling them your feelings about them should be an emotional wreck and is now being abused because they know your feelings and don't return them.
Dude, that's just creepy if you continue to pine after them, throwing yourself over puddles for them because you like them as more than a friend. That just shows that you're willing to become a doormat to gain any sort of affection from them beyond what you already get, which in turns shows them that you don't think yourself worthy of the effort to stay friends with them. Like you're some pauper glancing up at a castle from the village, wishing you could be on equal with the nobles.
People here are entitled (oh damn I shouldn't use that word, just saw that thread on it) to say their opinion. Some people come on very strong about there say in this, leaving others sometimes very sad. Don't worry, it's the natural way of life for people to get sad, she has great friends and watchers who can comfort her. In the meantime, I feel bad for you, who is getting some hate too...
GalacticGoatFeatured By OwnerJan 22, 2013Hobbyist General Artist
2) is incredibly true. Seriously only teenagers and people that haven't age about teenagehood would make that argument. People should only get into relationship if they want to and if they're in the right position to be in one, not try to force one as a status symbol. If you go out with someone on the basis you "don't want to be a loser" then I pity your mate you obvious don't care much about considering you're essentially using them as a ego boost rather then treating them as a human being.
Start to feel for your fellow friendzoned human beings. Because we are humans too. We have EXPERIENCE and you should not tell us as if you know more about our experience than we do, because YOU DON'T.
You think we don't have experience? Some of us are much older than you and have, at some point, felt attracted to someone who didn't feel the same way. Moreover, some of us have also been on the receiving end of those attractions. And honestly, you think that just because you like someone and be nice to them, you're entitled to have them like you back and jump into bed with you? Sorry, honey, but it doesn't work that way. You can't help who you fall in love with, and you can't help who you don't fall in love with.
Let me tell you a story or two. Once upon a time, there was this girl. She had a boy tell her he liked her, and wanted to be her boyfriend. She and said boy had been friends for a while and she enjoyed his company. She didn't, however, see him as anything more than a friend, but afraid of ruining their friendship by rejecting him, she agreed. And throughout the entire relationship, she still saw them as friends, instead of lovers. Eventually things didn't work out and she broke up with him. Tried to stay friends. Didn't work out either. Every single conversation wouldn't end well and eventually they broke off their friendship.
Now here's another girl. She taught a guy how to debate, and not long after that they became friends. Now, she started to develop feelings for him, but the boy in question was in love with someone else. She knew this for a fact, of course. He talks about the girl he likes all the time. So she decided to just stay friends with him. If you love someone, let them go, or something like that. And why not? After all, they chat almost every night, more often than he talks to the girl he likes (who incidentally likes him back). And while it does hurt knowing someone you like doesn't like you in the same way, she felt it was better to remain friends. After all, if you love someone, you'd want them to be happy.
Think I made this up? I know these two girls personally. So quit whining about the friendzone and be lucky that you're not being treated the way the first girl treated her ex.