7 Funny GIFs That Tear Apart This Whole ‘Friendzone’ Thing

Posted: February 22, 2018

For the modern age where we just can’t accept a “NO” and being relegated to the friend zone can be the ‘worst’ thing a woman can do to a man…

Gone are the days when someone would be rejected for a romantic relationship and would distance themselves from the one who doesn’t feel that way, (think Devdas!) because they knew that the other person doesn’t owe them shit.

Welcome to a place in time where the one who refuses has wronged you and owes you a “yes”.

Here are some fun facts for those interested to explore the latest phenomenon, friend zone, which, unfortunately, does not really exist:

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Friend zone v/s ‘unrequited’ love

The friend zone is not the new equivalent of ‘unrequited love’. Unrequited love is “my unilateral crush is my problem”. Friend zone is “my unilateral crush is your problem”.

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Guys, no!

Let’s just stop calling Anjali from Kuchh Kuchh Hota Hai a woman who got ‘friend-zoned’. Why? Because she didn’t complain about it.

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Err… what ‘good’ guys?

Most of these ‘good guys’ are not even in the friend zone. They are in the “oh no not this guy again” zone.

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Oh, just sod off, why don’t you?!

When he says you ‘friend-zoned’ him and his friends bully you into “trying it with him,” tell him he is out of the friend zone. Tell him he just entered the ‘enemy-zone’.

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Sob, SOB!

Think getting ‘friend-zoned’ is bad? Imagine realising that your close friend only wanted to screw you all this time.

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Yeah, right!

Be a ‘slut’ when you say yes. Be the one who ‘friend-zones’ when you say no.

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Say what?

Do women request men to stay in a zone called ‘friend’? No. They do that to themselves.

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Painting by William Hogarth from public domain

Header image source: YouTube 

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