4 Steps To Escape The “Friend Zone”

4 Steps To Escape The “Friend Zone”

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Today, I want to share with you a good answer to one of the
most common questions that ever hits my inbox and that is — how do I get out of the friendzone? And what I have to say is that this is a question, quite frankly, that I have no experience with; I’ve never been in the
friendzone and I will never be in the friendzone. That is a total lie; I’ve been in the friendzone more often that I would like to admit. In fact, a lot of my young adult life was spent pining over girls that I had a crush on and never really knowing how or when to show that interest in them so I have complete empathy and understanding of this position and I have actually had the experience of getting out of the friendzone in my life so just know that while the advice I’m going to give to you is going to be direct and it might sound a little bit harsh at times, it comes from a place of wanting to motivate you to do better and to
do the best things that I did rather than stay stuck there. And the last piece that I’ll say — before we get into the advice is that I am
going to use the gender of a guy who is interested in a girl that he likes. Now, this can come in all different configurations but quite frankly, 99% of the messages that I get are this and this is what I have familiarity with. If you are different, if you’re a guy who likes a guy or a girl likes a guy or whatever sort of configuration, this advice still
applies to you; I’m just going to speak in that way. So the first thing is a mindset thing and oftentimes, guys talk about the friendzone as if it were a place that they got put in by a girl that they like. They say, “She friendzoned me. She put me in the friend zone,” and quite frankly this is a denial of responsibility. You put yourself in the friend zone when you didn’t
make your honest interest in this person clear. Now, there is good news to this which is that if you want to get out of the friendzone, it’s not something that she needs to
allow you to do — it is something that you can do. Now, you might get out of there one way or another and it might not be the perfect way that you would like to get out of the friendzone but you do not have to stay stuck there so just know that the friendzone is a place where you wind up and when you prefer hiding your true feelings rather than being honest about them and risking quote-unquote rejection and we want to move past that. The second piece is this — the most common way in my life, and in the life of my friends and clients, and of people that I’ve seen — people actually do wind up dating a girl that they were very close friends with — is that they actually step back. And they take some time to focus not on how-do-I-get-her-to-like me but they focus on themselves for a period of weeks or even months. And in my life, what this looked like was, in college there were plenty of girls that I had crushes on, nothing ever happened, I was kind of friendly with them and I went abroad and I spent a full year abroad in Spain and Costa Rica. I studied Spanish, learn to speak Spanish, learn to dance, dated a Costa Rican girl and really transformed the way that I behaved and felt about myself. So that when I came back it was a common refrain that, “Charlie, there’s something different about you,” and that resulted in me actually having relationships, some of them were fairly short-lived, with people that had previously friendzoned me or I felt like they had friendzoned me so just know that this is a very common way and if you want to go this longer route and you feel like, “I don’t need to necessarily do it tomorrow or this week,” which is advice I’m gonna give you in later steps, you can focus on yourself and
quite frankly, I recommend you do this anyway — find genuine interest of yours. Pursue them and you will find that women and men, whoever we’re talking about here, become more attracted to you for it. So third step — let’s assume that you do not want to do the multi-month thing where you focus on yourself; you’re gonna do that but you
want a faster track to find out if you can get out of this. The third step is going to be to steady your nerves because we’re gonna do something that requires courage
and what I mean by doing that is there’s two steps. The first thing is to imagine the worst-case scenario
of revealing your feelings — of going for it. And what you might picture is that you sit down you tell her, “Hey, I’ve liked you for a long time. How do you feel?” and she bursts out in laughter, she ridicules you, she makes fun of you, “How could you ever be so stupid as to think,” that she says, “I have no interest to you,” when she walks out laughing, right? That is about as worst-case as I can imagine. In fact, that is kind of comic book villain worst case scenario for revealing to a friend that you have a crush on them. That’s, quite frankly, not a bad likely scenario but it’s the worst case and what you can realize about that scenario is that — one — you’re not dating them which is the position that you’re in right now and all that you would be dealing with is another person kind of mean to you. In fact, there’s nothing shameful in having a crush and being rejected. There’s something more shameful and being rude and mean about that but it is the case all the time with the most successful people in the world that they have chased what they wanted and not gotten it. And that is a stepping stone to success in life and quite frankly, something to be proud of even though it hurts in the moment so just to realize the worst case scenario that isn’t that bad is totally survivable. And the second thing is to make really clear what you are costing yourself by not going for it. The first thing is that — I don’t think a lot of people
realize this — they’re trying to minimize the risk. They want to create a scenario where she kind of comes after them and where they can deny the fact that they were interested so that
they don’t risk outright rejection; they could always play it off. And what you don’t realize is by minimizing the risk, you minimize the chances that she’s interested in you because, men and women alike, we are attracted to people who go for the things that they want while knowing that they might not get them because what that signals to all of us and what we are all attracted to is people with high self-esteem which brings me to the next point in here which is that the longer you spend not going for it, the more you’re signaling to yourself that you’re not worthy of pursuing the things that you want, that you can’t handle someone else saying no to you, that you would rather say no to yourself first rather than give them the opportunity to
do that and that’s going to decrease your self-esteem. On the other hand, if you do pursue it, you go for
it no matter what happens, you’re telling yourself, “I have faith in you to handle what the world throws at you. I believe that your wants are worth pursuing. I believe that you
can be honest about the way that you feel in this world,” and that will raise your self-esteem so no matter the outcome, if you come and do that with this mindset you’re going to feel better about it afterwards and I have to tell you I have gotten emails from guys who have done this kind of thing, told the girl that they like them, it didn’t go well and they email me with so many exclamation points about how incredibly amazing they feel on the inside just for doing it which brings me to the third point — no matter how it turns out — say, that you guys wound up dating or that it’s not the case — the third piece is that there’s oftentimes women in your life that, you are just not realizing, could be a great potential match for you because you’re
so stuck on this one person and this was the case for me. Back in high school, I spent probably the better part of my junior to senior year focusing on one girl and we wound up at the end of this huge press kissing I think one time and then nothing came of it. In the meantime, there was another girl who was in one of my classes who was very smart, very pretty, made an effort to hang out with my friends, was constantly being bright and cheery and positive when the class was boring and I was so obsessed with this one girl and it didn’t even occur to me to try to see what could be there and it was only in
retrospect looking back years later that I was like, “Oh, my god…” I don’t wanna say her name but
she liked me — that could have been a thing and she was cool in all these ways; I just was incapable of seeing it. When you’re so focused on this one thing and you’re not going for it, not only are you blocking yourself for getting that thing but there’s this whole world of other people and other opportunities that are out there that you could open your mind to and I don’t just mean people to date; I mean other ways that you could improve yourself;
other things you could be doing that are exciting. You’ve got all your focus on thinking this can
make you happy and you miss the world for it. So what I hope you realize is that in terms of studying your nerves, you have so much more to lose by not revealing how you feel than you do by going out and risking one person saying that they don’t want to date you which brings me to the final piece which is if you want to do with this today, tomorrow, or this week, I fully encourage it and that is to reveal your feelings. Now, I am not suggesting that you reveal your feelings and then ask this person to be your girlfriend because quite frankly, a lot of guys spend a lot of time fantasizing about what this relationship could be and they spent so much time thinking about in their head they think they’re on a playing field to be ready to date that person. You don’t know if that’s the case; you’ve really not had any sort of romantic relationship with them so what I recommend
is not saying, “Do you want to be my girlfriend?” it’s just letting them know that you are interested in finding out if they feel the same way so for that, if you’re looking for something to say, what I recommend is find a time when you’re alone with this person when you could sit down maybe towards the end of an evening or the end of a hangout together and just say something like, “Hey. I know this is kind of out of the blue but there’s something that I wanted to get off my chest and tell you. I like you. I have liked you for a long time as more than a friend and I have no idea if you feel the same way but I just had to tell you because because life is short and because I would really regret it if I wasn’t honest about this,” and then you can sit and just let them respond. They might be shocked, they might come back and
say I like you too… any number of things might happen. If they do give you an indication and they say, “I feel the same way,” or “I’m
surprised but I don’t know. Maybe there’s something there; I’d be I’m open to it,” a very simple way to bridge the gap from you’re-friends
to now you’re-something-else is to say, “Okay. Well, this has been a long time coming then,” and lean it to kiss her. Now, you do not have to make out and it doesn’t have to be an intense 30-second French kiss but kiss her on the lips and what that does is that breaks this pattern of okay-we’re-friends to there’s-something-else-that-is-quite-frankly-that-
happened-and-we’re-in-a-different-phase-of-our-relationship-right-now. At that point, you can set up a time to hang out, maybe go on an official date… whatever it is but you were out of the friend zone and of course if she does say, “I’m not interested,” a lot of guys say, “It’s okay. So what happens?” and quite frankly, what do you want to happen? Do you still want to be her friend? If you do in that case, go, “Okay. Well, I’m really happy that I said this. We can still be friends and still hang out but at least now I feel like I’ve been honest with you and I can move on in other
areas of my life and we can still hang out like we have.” You don’t need to check in, “Is it all cool? Is everything okay?” Quite frankly, a lot of people think it’s awkward to go for what they want and not get it and what I mean by going for what they want, that can be a job,
it can be a person that they would like to date… whatever it is, that is the way of life; you’re going to desire
things in your life and it’s not going to work out. You don’t need to feel guilty or awkward about it or make sure that everybody else is okay with the fact that you’ve revealed something that
you would like to happen in reality and it didn’t come true; that is just part of life so I hope that this here in the friend zone has inspired you to go out and find a way out of it, it is completely in your control one way or another let us know in the comments and I’m really curious if you do go do this because I hope that no matter what happens, you will feel that self-esteem raise and maybe there will even come a relationship out of it. So if you enjoyed this video, make sure to subscribe to our Channel. I apologize for not having had more breakdowns on my end; I’m going to get back to those but I’ve been working really, really hard on a new course on emotional mastery and I’m super excited for it; I think
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100 thoughts on “4 Steps To Escape The “Friend Zone”

  • BROWN22 SUGAR Post author

    I’m not even in the friend zone. I don’t really interact with girls

    Sigh

  • Arygua Post author

    I realized all this yesterday. Been trying to find answers to questions for 3 years. I've done the find yourself thing and I'm a different person now but it still didn't answer my questions until it felt like I hit rock bottom. That I had to change something, tired of feeling like I was getting screwed at every turn. A metaphor I came up with is that Life is War. You got to fight for what you want. Not fight in the traditional sense but you got to work for it and not give up at the slightest barrier. In my case a girl seems interested in me but spends time with another guy sometimes. I could give up and add another point to getting screwed, or I could fight this battle. Let her know I'm interested and try to hang out every so often. The other guy leaves the state in three weeks. If I have to wait till then to get a real chance, that's better than not taking the shot at all.

    Life is War and history is written by the victor.

  • TheOneIn Blue Post author

    Daaaaaaaamn your mouth is long I don't mean to offend by this you have a nice smile

  • D4RK_STD Post author

    … Um I've never been in the friend zone so yay? I mean yeah I got the girl but like it wasn't THE girl sooo

  • LE Harvard Post author

    God damn it,i need a how to friendzone someone.

  • kolmnurk Post author

    this is the best video about friendzone. thank god there's a person in youtube who knows what he's saying. instant fan 🙂 watched a lot of your other videos now – we think alike!

  • Dalton Woods Post author

    I have a girlfriend. Why am I here

  • DarkEther DE Post author

    Im going with the girl I like to the lake on Friday, Im going to try step 4 there. Thanks for the advcie on the steps I need to take in telling her how I feel 😁

  • Yangzi Li Post author

    This is great! I 100% agree with you

  • XGene Cooper Post author

    My worst case scenario:
    I tell him how I feel and he tells me he already has a girlfriend. Later he tells his girlfriend that I liked him and she goes frickin crazy and kills my dog.

  • Lidija Cullen Post author

    OK, he's never getting out of the friend zone.

  • -Its Kirbo- Post author

    I preemptively saw this a few weeks back. Im back and Im Taking notes. The girl I am pursuing is so confusing.

  • C eeZar Post author

    Date a hotter chick than her. Simple

  • TheKickedOut.Kid Post author

    I bought this girl a dress, took her out for dinner and I night out on the town… We are "bestfriends" and she doesn't feel the same way I do clearly. But she flirts alot, holds my hand and tells alot of people we are together. ☠️ What do I even do

  • Jordan Burton Post author

    You had me until you said, –lean over and kiss her. That's toooo corny, maybe it work on white girls idk, most girls I know would laugh they asses off over that.

  • Raven Black Post author

    My worst case scenario ends up with me being rejectes by my family and friends and losing the slightest chance of a relationship + the ongoing friendship… Yeah, I guess it's better to stay on that zone…

  • Glitched_ Post author

    I don’t think being friendzoned is that bad, honestly I only wanted to send my crush memes occasionally and I guess it works in the friendzone

  • Logan Twist Post author

    I need a Costa Rican girl ASAP

  • Trey Fontenet Post author

    I had a crush in middle who sat in front me in class. She over heard some people making fun of me for having a crush on her. The next day she literally turns around and says "Do you want to be my boyfriend?" I panicked and said "pfft No we're just friends". She cursed me out and never spoke to me again.

  • Wabbir Quacks Post author

    She said in like a brother

  • Jennifer Boehm Post author

    80% of men will spend way more time in the friend zone than out of it. Get used to it, gentlemen.

  • Mean Old Lady Post author

    If you aren't masculine, forget it.
    If you walk around hiding behind your bangs or long hair, you look like an insecure, game-addicted, chronic masturbator.
    Girls/women are sick & tired of man-children & they use you accordingly.

  • Phillip Lavrador Post author

    You have a great smile my man(:

  • Injo Post author

    Truly the only really good way to get out of the friend zone reliably is to never get there in the first place. Make your intentions known from the start.

  • led plays Post author

    5th step is to screw her forever and look for a better woman and NEVER COME BACK!

  • NMT Night Owl Post author

    There is no such thing as the friendzone filthy Frank says so

  • NMT Night Owl Post author

    My 17 year-old friend got out of the friendzone with us crush 1 year ago
    She is 9

  • ohhh oh kkaebsong Post author

    This still wouldn't get me out but I'll still watch it 😀

  • Shawn Stewart Post author

    Well I’m not in the friend zone anymore but she went to school somewhere else so the distance is stopping it. Damn it 😂

  • Anto The Gamer Post author

    U killed me at 3:51

  • Jaxon4Jaxon Post author

    hey Charlie I was wondering if you could give me a hand, so I’m going into my first year of high school and at my old middle school there’s been this girl. She’s something so special but now we’re going to different high schools and I was never able to make a move on her. There just something about her that makes me crazy for her and we had one moment were we rlly felt more than just friends. I’m so close to her and I’ve been so scared to tell her how I’ve felt about her because I don’t wanna jeopardize our relationship. How would I be able to approach her? Much love and keep up the amazing work

  • Malky24 Post author

    Accidentally drop one of your Magnum condoms as you walk past her.

  • Anurvi Post author

    1 like I'll tell them

  • The Solitary Bangali Post author

    I confessed my feelings, honestly, she laughed. She told me we had better remain as friends as we have been.

  • Robin Leslie Post author

    It's easier to escape from an Isis camp than from the friend zone.

  • Oh yeah yeah Post author

    What if she started dating another guy, but youre still falling for her?

  • InZane Post author

    8:42 is the best way

  • TheVanIIshed Post author

    Reminds me of Tim Ferriss Fear Setting, I like it!

  • AWESOM-O Post author

    Thank you so much for the more sutle approach. I told her I linked her more than just a friend. We have been staying in bed for the last 4 days. I think both was struggling to get out of the "friend zone". Again thank you!

  • Carol M. Post author

    I had a crush on a guy for 15 years, lost contact with him during that time, found him again, confessed my feelings for him making sure he knew that he was not obligated to reciprocate, we became good friends… and that's all. He friend zoned me because he was done with relationships and I still want a long term relationship. We both respect each other's decisions, but it took me a couple of years to kill the crush I had on him. It was BAD! I borderline worshipped him; it didn't bother me when he was out of work, had health problems and suffered from depression and PTSD… he's a charming sweetheart with a smile that can make a woman weak. 😂
    I survived rejection and friend zoning. ✊🏻😆

  • Huiya Yuan Post author

    Any other girls here in the zone too or do I have to go to the bathroom alone now

  • Dr._Kompot Post author

    Just no clip out

  • SMOL Lunger Post author

    “Some people move on, but not us”

  • ItsYoBoi10 10 Post author

    Naw kid… showed all my love and affection, she showed love and affection

    Me:(shows love)
    Her:(shows love)
    Me(inhales)
    Her:i don't like you like that.

  • Cavet Cavet Post author

    Step 1.) Be attractive

  • Caleb Boeckermann Post author

    Hey guys, I GOT OUT OF THE FRIEND ZONE!!!

    For like 1 day and then to go right back in

  • April Labron Post author

    I'm actually in the friends zone she "doesn't want to ruin our friendship":((

  • vrodigy Post author

    Girls: omg i need a good guy whos a bf material

    Bf materials: Hi

    Girls: youre such a good friend

  • Spoczek Loczek Post author

    Nobody: to be honest
    me: QUITE FRANKLYYY

  • phoenix2consulting Post author

    Awe! I love that you help guys with this. This is just adorable.

  • I Am Kyu! Post author

    The friendzone for me was giving her 3 paragraphs why I was really into her and she said I'm so sweet and a great friend.

  • Jarrett Justin Post author

    The girl I really like and have liked for the past 4 years, recently referred to me as “her little brother” I can’t explain the feeling of sibling-zoned.

  • LightingArc Post author

    Thanks for this!! This is literally what my problem has been and what I needed!

  • Becca Post author

    Quite frankly

  • TS64 Post author

    I told the girl I like that I liked her and we talked about it. She had feelings for me too, but she basically said she's not really ready for a relationship and she doesn't want to take a risk at ruining our friendship because it means too much to her. So I'm a little bit hurt, but we've become such good friends now that I don't really care that much. So yes I've been "friendzoned," but I'm okay with it because we both know how each other feels and we still have a good friendship. Who knows it could work out in the future? Even if not, then I'm glad I've at least made a new friend

  • Soggy Wombat Post author

    100% right about putting yourself in the friend zone. I was in the friend zone for a year…never tried to make a move and acted like her friend…it was totally my own fault. Went away travelling for a couple months, met some girls travelling and it increased my confidence. The night I got back home, I didn't tell her I'd come back, I drove to her place, she opened the door and I kissed her. And what do you know, after that she was my girlfriend.

  • awhat206 Post author

    Here's my story- started talking to a girl for like 3 months. We hung out all the time and went on many dates. One day she said that she says she doesnt feel the chemistry anymore, and it was after a week of not seeing each other, so how did the chemistry just stop. I'm still confused

  • elbones1982 Post author

    Why do some people have such a punchable face??!

  • rippen lips tv Post author

    How about the family zone

  • zSkandal Post author

    Thanks bro you saved my soul today !

  • zSkandal Post author

    Thanks bro you saved my soul today !

  • zSkandal Post author

    Thanks bro you saved my soul today !

  • Meep Meep Post author

    He took me to prom as friends while I had a boyfriend, I realized I liked him the whole time but it just never really hit me until then and I immediately broke up with the guy I was with only to find out he got a girlfriend 💔

  • MineMaster Post author

    There was a girl I had like for YEARS and I never told her I liked her, when I finally did she said “I’m a nice friend” AAAAAHHG! i need help, thx for the vid🤞

  • Alyssa Nicole Post author

    My god don’t kiss her immediately after you bring it up! Wait to see what she does first

  • gghjhf tg Post author

    I am friend zoned with a bad friend he is so rude

  • Jesse Reyes Post author

    That last step got me like😀😨🙃😃

  • Mosab Alkhteb Post author

    How to escape the friend zone? move on. You are missing a lot of chances already, not to mention your self-respect.

  • David Piel Post author

    Step one. Find someone else.

  • andrea mayer Post author

    🗣THERES NO SUCH THING AS A FRIEND ZONE🗣

  • Jay Barker Post author

    Here's how you deal with being 'Friend-zoned"………I met a woman the 'right age' for me in My favorite dance bar, (She's 65, I'm 72). We seemed to get along till she decided to 'Friend-Zone" me.
    I told her: "OK FRIEND. You want to go out sometime, Give me a call and we'll go out ….BUT don't expect me to dance with you IN HERE!!!! This is MY HUNTING GROUND, and I'm serious about it….You come in here for "Sport", I DON'T….So don't expect me to dance with you and then have to explain to everyone that 'We're JUst Friends'……"
    Every time I see her now, I shake her hand and LOUDLY say "Hello, FRIEND"……Haven't seen HER in a while, I wonder if she got the hint…LOL

  • T1Oracle Post author

    Be thankful you have a friend and stop trying to get naked with someone who doesn't want that.

    This guy probably keeps roofies in his pocket.

  • Jorge Rubalcaba Post author

    It's a game of chicken but in this case keep in mind that you won't die if you lose…YOU WON'T DIE…let that sink in

  • Bryce Upton Post author

    you a beta lmaooo

  • Νικολας Φρεντσελ Post author

    At 9.20 and then on i felt a huge relief. Thanks

  • ɐɯɯoɯ oʎ sᴉ ɐɯɐqoʎ Post author

    No u

  • Cute and Fluffy Pikachu Post author

    I’m about to be freindzoned he hasn’t said he’s not interested or his with someone he always puts 3 kisses on every messages he always messages with a good morning text he always wants to know how I am he’s asked to meet up BUT I’m choosing the location and only meeting up for two hours because he’s meeting his cusion
    I bet I enter the friendzone by the end of the everning BUT the problem is also I haven’t told him how I feel as I’m terrified to be rejected.
    I definitely think he’s not interested 😭🥺😭🥺😭🥺😭

  • ._Blur_. Post author

    I am close to a relationship because of you😁 thank you

  • (((Only_ZuuL))) Post author

    what to do if you're seeing a girl and you are anticipating a friendzoning?
    how do you prevent her from executing such devastation?

  • Jimmy Bo Post author

    She is my best friend

  • MysticCrazy TV Post author

    I been friends with my crush for 3 years and I'm still scared cause I'm in the "Best Friend zone" I want to tell her but I'm to scared

  • RandomCuber Post author

    I don’t even is in her friendzone…

  • Flynn Post author

    The friendzone doesn't exist 🙄

  • Gary Murgatroyd Post author

    Hitch!

  • Doblin Goblin Post author

    Bruh right after this video i told my crush that i liked her, because ive been friendzoned many times. Hope she likes me back

  • Jovaniac Post author

    People always told how they suddenly get into the "Friend zone"…
    But I came from the "Loved zone" to the "Friend zone"… I still dunno what did i do wrong.
    Sorry but i just wanna share
    Feels sad man…

  • Pegyson [insert ass joke here] Post author

    How to escape friend zone?
    Just murder her family (but don't touch the dog) and boom, you escaped friendzone, but you are now stuck in enemyzone

  • Kɪɴɢ Cʜᴇᴇᴛᴀʜ RBLX Post author

    I can't ever seem to get a girl alone.
    She's always by her friends and I would hate to ask a girl out near her friends cause they would humiliate me and tell more people about it if the girl says "no".

  • Gr8scott22 Post author

    I told this girl how I feel, she didn’t know what to say. Yet months after that we walked together at graduation, and texted frequently. Then I ask her out, and she keeps dodging the question. Wtf I’m so confused.

  • Luke Huizenga Post author

    Nice try, I skipped ahead and just got denied.

  • Michael Angst Post author

    Being in the ''friend zone'' for awhile, is kind of required for a good relationship imo. The women who haven't given it up to me quickly,have always ended up being much better people than the ones with no value and give it up right away… Hooking up quickly with women who have little to no value is just as simple as going to night clubs, buying drinks, letting them know your networth and showing them your expensive car… Most of the time it's that easy.. don't underestimate how easy whores are today when they see money potential…

  • Pumpkin Face Post author

    Step 1 to Escape The Friend Zone: Live in Spain and Costa Rica to find ones self (void if poor).

  • Pumpkin Face Post author

    Title edit: 4 Steps To Softening the Rejection Blow When Trying To Escape The Friend Zone.
    To simplify there is a reason you're in the friend zone. If there wasn't any initial attraction, hints, signs, ANYTHING since the first time you met then nothing will ever come of it. If she does eventually try to date you its only out of pity and feels like shes doing a "friend" a favor which never lasts. Move on fellas don't waste your time.

  • War Is Wrong Post author

    At 9:30 he's wrong. Don't say that

  • RXL Post author

    Make a move, if they reject, move on and stop hanging out with them.

  • Asher Richards Post author

    recon its a mistake to say anything, simply make a physical move

  • Joe Bloggs Post author

    This is how to get out of the friend zone. Stop being a ball balled purple pilled simp!

  • Water Sheep Post author

    I was honest with ma feeling… It was a big mistake

  • Dusky Racer Post author

    Moral of the story: learn Spanish.

  • Wasabi 1 Post author

    Using the method to think about the worst case scenario actually helped me a lot maybe not In getting out of the friend zone ( cuse I haven’t been in one) but other things there is with women.

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