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(KATU)   6'3", overweight ginger pushes cute friend out of the way of a drunk driver, gets hit instead."He's going to be my best friend for the rest of my life." Welcome to the friendzone, buddy   (katu.com) divider line 211
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2014-05-21 09:16:27 PM  
1) Given the pelvic and spinal injuries, proper rewarding is just not going to happen for a while.

2) I could see this going further.
 
2014-05-21 09:16:49 PM  
fark.

"your"
 
2014-05-21 09:19:57 PM  

SPLAMM: [img.fark.net image 210x268]Corey will nail her before Fatty Mc "Friendzone" ever does.


It appears he already tried.

BA DA DAP BA DA DAP
SUPERMAN!

i1.ytimg.com
 
2014-05-21 09:22:03 PM  

Nina9: She's 17, he's 15. In high school, that's light years apart.


She can can be almost 18 and turn 18 in a month, then give the ginger a BJ while he's still 15. Then we can read about the rape charges against the pedophile here on fark.
 
2014-05-21 09:25:27 PM  
www.carbonicenergy.com

/I've seen similar stories before.
 
2014-05-21 09:29:47 PM  

fozziewazzi: The Homer Tax: But, seriously, the "friendzone" is not a thing. If she wasn't going to fark you, she wasn't going to fark you. Wether or not you are now friends didn't change that, it's likely a decision she made a long time ago.

There is a friendzone, and here's why there's a friendzone for men but not one for women...for women, a guy being physically attractive is not the end all..if you're smart, funny, articulate, confident, ambitious, groomed well, dress well, know interesting people, have been to interesting places, have an interesting job, be sensitive and macho at the right times....you can still get laid and otherwise look like a toad.  So if you play your game right and yes, lie if you have to, you can stay out of the friendzone of a girl you just met.  But the longer you linger in the friendzone the more likely you're going to stay there, so the window is short.

Women don't get into the friendzone because for men it's simple ...what does she look like?  She can be dumb as a box of rocks, bore you to death, dress like a homeless person and be unemployed, but if she looks like Scarlett Johannsen she's never going to be in any guy's friendzone.


That puts men at a disadvantage. You need to stop thinking with your dick and start making better long term decisions and strategies.

Think of it this way...women don't think with "their dick" (read that as "not controlled by sex drive").

Is there an advantage to thinking with the dick?
 
2014-05-21 09:31:38 PM  

skinink: I'll just say aw, that was brave of him. Hopefully good things happen to him down the road.

Superboy saves his Lois Lane.


Too soon.
 
2014-05-21 09:34:24 PM  

Witness99: fozziewazzi: The Homer Tax: But, seriously, the "friendzone" is not a thing. If she wasn't going to fark you, she wasn't going to fark you. Wether or not you are now friends didn't change that, it's likely a decision she made a long time ago.

There is a friendzone, and here's why there's a friendzone for men but not one for women...for women, a guy being physically attractive is not the end all..if you're smart, funny, articulate, confident, ambitious, groomed well, dress well, know interesting people, have been to interesting places, have an interesting job, be sensitive and macho at the right times....you can still get laid and otherwise look like a toad.  So if you play your game right and yes, lie if you have to, you can stay out of the friendzone of a girl you just met.  But the longer you linger in the friendzone the more likely you're going to stay there, so the window is short.

Women don't get into the friendzone because for men it's simple ...what does she look like?  She can be dumb as a box of rocks, bore you to death, dress like a homeless person and be unemployed, but if she looks like Scarlett Johannsen she's never going to be in any guy's friendzone.

That puts men at a disadvantage. You need to stop thinking with your dick and start making better long term decisions and strategies.

Think of it this way...women don't think with "their dick" (read that as "not controlled by sex drive").

Is there an advantage to thinking with the dick?


Women think with their emotions all the time.

Every straight man and most lesbians have been punched in the middle of the night for something their lover dreamed they did.

"Thinking with your dick." isn't a disadvantage, just a different emotion.
 
2014-05-21 09:38:01 PM  

Witness99: fozziewazzi: The Homer Tax: But, seriously, the "friendzone" is not a thing. If she wasn't going to fark you, she wasn't going to fark you. Wether or not you are now friends didn't change that, it's likely a decision she made a long time ago.

There is a friendzone, and here's why there's a friendzone for men but not one for women...for women, a guy being physically attractive is not the end all..if you're smart, funny, articulate, confident, ambitious, groomed well, dress well, know interesting people, have been to interesting places, have an interesting job, be sensitive and macho at the right times....you can still get laid and otherwise look like a toad.  So if you play your game right and yes, lie if you have to, you can stay out of the friendzone of a girl you just met.  But the longer you linger in the friendzone the more likely you're going to stay there, so the window is short.

Women don't get into the friendzone because for men it's simple ...what does she look like?  She can be dumb as a box of rocks, bore you to death, dress like a homeless person and be unemployed, but if she looks like Scarlett Johannsen she's never going to be in any guy's friendzone.

That puts men at a disadvantage. You need to stop thinking with your dick and start making better long term decisions and strategies.

Think of it this way...women don't think with "their dick" (read that as "not controlled by sex drive").

Is there an advantage to thinking with the dick?


Men are hard-wired to think with their dicks.  It's not going to change.
 
2014-05-21 09:38:10 PM  

Witness99: Is there an advantage to thinking with the dick?


Sure.  The species survives.
 
2014-05-21 09:41:38 PM  

Witness99: Is there an advantage to thinking with the dick?


It ensured your ancestor's DNA would multiply inside a hominid vagina while a less sexually-minded competitor's withered in his primate ballsack.

Men cannot completely ignore a million years of evolutionary lessons.
 
2014-05-21 09:46:06 PM  

Killer Cars: FedExPope: In and of itself, sex is not the goal. At least, this is how I see these kinds of situations. And I take umbrage at the insinuation (not necessarily by you) that I'm only friends with a girl because I'm trying to sleep with her.

Anyone who assumes your friendship with a girl is due to the ulterior motive of you wanting to bang her is an asshole.

That said, there are a LOT of toothless, self-hating guys out there who play the long waiting game just hoping, and the inherent irony is that pursuing a friendship with someone out of that "hope" of something more is equally disrespectful to the other person, since they aren't really valued as a friend but as a possible trophy. I admittedly used to do that sh*t sometimes when I was younger, and what snapped me out of doing it was just as much the realization it's not really fair to *her* to carry a certain charade as it wasn't fair to me to even put myself in such a stupid situation. I have some female friends that, hypothetically, would I...? Sure, but it's not what I want out of the relationship.


So why are they toothless?
 
2014-05-21 09:51:03 PM  

Killer Cars: fozziewazzi: There is a friendzone, and here's why there's a friendzone for men but not one for women...for women, a guy being physically attractive is not the end all..if you're smart, funny, articulate, confident, ambitious, groomed well, dress well, know interesting people, have been to interesting places, have an interesting job, be sensitive and macho at the right times....you can still get laid and otherwise look like a toad. So if you play your game right and yes, lie if you have to, you can stay out of the friendzone of a girl you just met. But the longer you linger in the friendzone the more likely you're going to stay there, so the window is short.

The problem I have with the term "friendzone" itself is that it seems to be used 90% of the time merely as victimization and self-pity. Yeah, it can suck pretty hard to find out a girl you really like just isn't that into you, but you could at least try to go about your life accepting her decision without stewing over it in such a way that paints her in a negative light as well for not "appreciating" you.


Yeah that wasn't the original meaning.  It used to be you put the moves on some chick you were into, you hoped you had game, but if she wasn't impressed oh well, you mucked it up, friendzone, you move on.  Kids these days, some girl isn't interested in you and it's her fault you're in the friendzone?  No, it''s yours, suck it up buttercup.  Your presentation is lousy.  Comb you hair, wear some deodorant, get rid of that dingy tshirt, put together a coherent sentence or two, talk about something other than your FF league, do a little traveling so you have something interesting to share...
 
2014-05-21 09:52:40 PM  

jedihirsch: ChadM89: Witness99: Serious question: Does any man REALLY want a female friend? I know it happens, I've had male friends (mostly gay) but I really don't have any close straight male friends. Acquaintances, plenty. Good friends I call to cry with while eating ice cream and waiting for hair color to take effect, none.

My mom told me that there is no such thing as a platonic relationship between men and women of similar age and attractiveness. So, why do guys try to befriend women (if not for sex)? To parrot some guys response earlier in the thread...I have enough friends, and friends don't Fark. So, why does anyone bother getting in the friend zone?

No guy willingly enters the friend zone. The friend zone is hell. Every single guy who is in the friend zone wishes he was not.

I have entered the "friend zone" willingly many times. I have made friends with chicks I never had an interest in banging numerous times (and its not like they weren't attractive, and I'm straight). Its nice having female friends to give you advice when dealing with other women. In fact they give excellent advice, and some of it is pretty sneaky (and good) stuff. You will have not better groups of wingmen than female friends, they really go the extra mile for you, and other women trust other women, so it works better. Also one of them knows way more about sports than any other guy I know and I still can't beat her at FPS games (she's more of like a little sister). Try having female friends you made by trying to be their friend and not trying to bang them, its pretty nice and you might enjoy their company as a friend


I wasn't talking about being friends with women. I was talking about The Friend Zone.

Two different things.
 
2014-05-21 10:00:33 PM  
Somebody better call Kenny Loggins... because this kid got hit on the highway to the friend zone.
 
2014-05-21 10:00:58 PM  

CruJones: Not just DUI, but DUII


Driving Under The Influence Intoxicated
 
2014-05-21 10:02:05 PM  

farkingismybusiness: Bless his soul.... oh wait.


Oh, you.
 
2014-05-21 10:04:45 PM  

NoahFenze: farkingismybusiness: Bless his soul.... oh wait.

Oh, you.


i.imgur.com
 
2014-05-21 10:29:18 PM  
www.xclusivetouch.co.uk

He should have jumped out of the way and saved himself 5 years of his heart being ripped out of his farking chest.
 
2014-05-21 10:36:38 PM  

Witness99: fozziewazzi: The Homer Tax: But, seriously, the "friendzone" is not a thing. If she wasn't going to fark you, she wasn't going to fark you. Wether or not you are now friends didn't change that, it's likely a decision she made a long time ago.

There is a friendzone, and here's why there's a friendzone for men but not one for women...for women, a guy being physically attractive is not the end all..if you're smart, funny, articulate, confident, ambitious, groomed well, dress well, know interesting people, have been to interesting places, have an interesting job, be sensitive and macho at the right times....you can still get laid and otherwise look like a toad.  So if you play your game right and yes, lie if you have to, you can stay out of the friendzone of a girl you just met.  But the longer you linger in the friendzone the more likely you're going to stay there, so the window is short.

Women don't get into the friendzone because for men it's simple ...what does she look like?  She can be dumb as a box of rocks, bore you to death, dress like a homeless person and be unemployed, but if she looks like Scarlett Johannsen she's never going to be in any guy's friendzone.

That puts men at a disadvantage. You need to stop thinking with your dick and start making better long term decisions and strategies.

Think of it this way...women don't think with "their dick" (read that as "not controlled by sex drive").

Is there an advantage to thinking with the dick?


On the contrary, women do think with their sex drive.  Why do you think many keep dating assholes no matter how assholish the guy is?  It's the tingles.
 
2014-05-21 11:06:17 PM  
All right, all you guys who think women don't end up in the friendzone (mind you I don't define it as 'deserving' a sexual relationship, just friends).

I've known this one guy for at least fifteen years, and quietly had a thing for him most of that time (never seemed like it could become anything, back then). Both of us moved away from our home city and got married years ago. We've both recently moved back, in the meantime he's gotten divorced. We reconnected in March, and what started out as me biatching about DH, really brought home to me how shiatty my marriage has been for years. Started seriously considering leaving. My friend was very supportive through all this.

Unfortunately I've also developed a bit of an anxiety disorder, and due in part to that I foolishly told my friend about the torch I've carried all these years.

Not only did he immediately tell me there was 'nothing there' on his end, he pretty much cut off all contact for the last month. I tried to reach out to him multiple times to at least restore our friendship, and a couple of days ago (after a group hangout) he finally told me he wasn't happy leaving things as barely speaking and avoiding each other. It was honestly a relief.

So, wise Farkers, tell me, what the hell is that all about?
 
2014-05-21 11:14:10 PM  

ladyfortuna: All right, all you guys who think women don't end up in the friendzone (mind you I don't define it as 'deserving' a sexual relationship, just friends).

I've known this one guy for at least fifteen years, and quietly had a thing for him most of that time (never seemed like it could become anything, back then). Both of us moved away from our home city and got married years ago. We've both recently moved back, in the meantime he's gotten divorced. We reconnected in March, and what started out as me biatching about DH, really brought home to me how shiatty my marriage has been for years. Started seriously considering leaving. My friend was very supportive through all this.

Unfortunately I've also developed a bit of an anxiety disorder, and due in part to that I foolishly told my friend about the torch I've carried all these years.

Not only did he immediately tell me there was 'nothing there' on his end, he pretty much cut off all contact for the last month. I tried to reach out to him multiple times to at least restore our friendship, and a couple of days ago (after a group hangout) he finally told me he wasn't happy leaving things as barely speaking and avoiding each other. It was honestly a relief.

So, wise Farkers, tell me, what the hell is that all about?


He's not attracted to you.
 
2014-05-21 11:23:40 PM  

Witness99: fozziewazzi: The Homer Tax: But, seriously, the "friendzone" is not a thing. If she wasn't going to fark you, she wasn't going to fark you. Wether or not you are now friends didn't change that, it's likely a decision she made a long time ago.

There is a friendzone, and here's why there's a friendzone for men but not one for women...for women, a guy being physically attractive is not the end all..if you're smart, funny, articulate, confident, ambitious, groomed well, dress well, know interesting people, have been to interesting places, have an interesting job, be sensitive and macho at the right times....you can still get laid and otherwise look like a toad.  So if you play your game right and yes, lie if you have to, you can stay out of the friendzone of a girl you just met.  But the longer you linger in the friendzone the more likely you're going to stay there, so the window is short.

Women don't get into the friendzone because for men it's simple ...what does she look like?  She can be dumb as a box of rocks, bore you to death, dress like a homeless person and be unemployed, but if she looks like Scarlett Johannsen she's never going to be in any guy's friendzone.

That puts men at a disadvantage. You need to stop thinking with your dick and start making better long term decisions and strategies.

Think of it this way...women don't think with "their dick" (read that as "not controlled by sex drive").

Is there an advantage to thinking with the dick?


Women do think with their "dicks." Perhaps more so than men. Men are initially driven by sexual desire, but can later decide that a relationship is advantageous. Women (and especially attractive women) will turn down great guys for sexier men who make for worse mates.

I never had much success with attractive women. Then I started working out. After that failed, I started being a jerk. Works like a charm.
 
2014-05-21 11:24:16 PM  

ladyfortuna: All right, all you guys who think women don't end up in the friendzone (mind you I don't define it as 'deserving' a sexual relationship, just friends).

I've known this one guy for at least fifteen years, and quietly had a thing for him most of that time (never seemed like it could become anything, back then). Both of us moved away from our home city and got married years ago. We've both recently moved back, in the meantime he's gotten divorced. We reconnected in March, and what started out as me biatching about DH, really brought home to me how shiatty my marriage has been for years. Started seriously considering leaving. My friend was very supportive through all this.

Unfortunately I've also developed a bit of an anxiety disorder, and due in part to that I foolishly told my friend about the torch I've carried all these years.

Not only did he immediately tell me there was 'nothing there' on his end, he pretty much cut off all contact for the last month. I tried to reach out to him multiple times to at least restore our friendship, and a couple of days ago (after a group hangout) he finally told me he wasn't happy leaving things as barely speaking and avoiding each other. It was honestly a relief.

So, wise Farkers, tell me, what the hell is that all about?


grab his balls and offer a great BJ.  If he says no then you have your answer...
 
2014-05-21 11:28:55 PM  
It's okay to be in the friend zone, if it's the sexy time friend zone.  My wife and I are sexy time friends.

Lord Farkwad: Nina9: She's 17, he's 15. In high school, that's light years apart.

She can can be almost 18 and turn 18 in a month, then give the ginger a BJ while he's still 15. Then we can read about the rape charges against the pedophile here on fark.


Depending on the state.  SC, it would be okay if before she turns 18, but then she'll have to wait for him to turn 18 as well after her next birthday like you stated.  However in MI, it wouldn't be legal till he turns 16, then they can go at it from then on.

My in-laws started dating when she was 17 and he was 15.
 
2014-05-21 11:36:48 PM  

Representative of the unwashed masses: ladyfortuna: All right, all you guys who think women don't end up in the friendzone (mind you I don't define it as 'deserving' a sexual relationship, just friends).

I've known this one guy for at least fifteen years, and quietly had a thing for him most of that time (never seemed like it could become anything, back then). Both of us moved away from our home city and got married years ago. We've both recently moved back, in the meantime he's gotten divorced. We reconnected in March, and what started out as me biatching about DH, really brought home to me how shiatty my marriage has been for years. Started seriously considering leaving. My friend was very supportive through all this.

Unfortunately I've also developed a bit of an anxiety disorder, and due in part to that I foolishly told my friend about the torch I've carried all these years.

Not only did he immediately tell me there was 'nothing there' on his end, he pretty much cut off all contact for the last month. I tried to reach out to him multiple times to at least restore our friendship, and a couple of days ago (after a group hangout) he finally told me he wasn't happy leaving things as barely speaking and avoiding each other. It was honestly a relief.

So, wise Farkers, tell me, what the hell is that all about?

grab his balls and offer a great BJ.  If he says no then you have your answer...


Oh R-mass! You always know just how to make girl swoon, lulz
 
2014-05-22 12:06:57 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2014-05-22 12:09:19 AM  
All my lovers have been and ended still as friends. Ignore the apes who think otherwise, not only do your past friend/lovers seek you out for more later in life, they damn well make sure you have a reputation 2nd to none. If you can be real and connect with people meaningfully you will never suffer for lovers. If you are shallow or too timid to put yourself in a vulnerable position, then your experiences will likly reinforce this mythological friendzone. A confident gentlemen does not have to deny his sexual attraction to his female friends, in fact honesty coupled with tact and discretion will not only find you lovers, but lifelong friends that will jump at the chance of renewing the sexual relationship when the time is right for both of you.
 
2014-05-22 12:19:24 AM  
This kid's a hero. He took a f••king car for this chick. Broke his pelvis. In my book, he's as surely a hero as an infantryman who runs into gunfire to save another. Yeah, he's chubby. But he's got the right stuff.
 
2014-05-22 12:24:13 AM  

ladyfortuna: All right, all you guys who think women don't end up in the friendzone (mind you I don't define it as 'deserving' a sexual relationship, just friends).

I've known this one guy for at least fifteen years, and quietly had a thing for him most of that time (never seemed like it could become anything, back then). Both of us moved away from our home city and got married years ago. We've both recently moved back, in the meantime he's gotten divorced. We reconnected in March, and what started out as me biatching about DH, really brought home to me how shiatty my marriage has been for years. Started seriously considering leaving. My friend was very supportive through all this.

Unfortunately I've also developed a bit of an anxiety disorder, and due in part to that I foolishly told my friend about the torch I've carried all these years.

Not only did he immediately tell me there was 'nothing there' on his end, he pretty much cut off all contact for the last month. I tried to reach out to him multiple times to at least restore our friendship, and a couple of days ago (after a group hangout) he finally told me he wasn't happy leaving things as barely speaking and avoiding each other. It was honestly a relief.

So, wise Farkers, tell me, what the hell is that all about?


i.imgur.com
 
2014-05-22 01:03:15 AM  

Greylight: . If you can be real and connect with people meaningfully you will never suffer for lovers. A confident gentlemen does not have to deny his sexual attraction to his female friends, in fact honesty coupled with tact and discretion will not only find you lovers, but lifelong friends that will jump at the chance of renewing the sexual relationship when the time is right for both of you.


I've always thought that was the way to go about things... sadly it hasn't worked out for me. Perhaps because of the double standard for females.

Or perhaps my dating pool was just too young and stupid at the time?
 
2014-05-22 01:25:21 AM  

eas81: Pretty sure he will not be overweight after this. still wont cover up the road rash look though...


...or the ginger.
 
2014-05-22 01:34:06 AM  

Killer Cars: fozziewazzi: There is a friendzone, and here's why there's a friendzone for men but not one for women...for women, a guy being physically attractive is not the end all..if you're smart, funny, articulate, confident, ambitious, groomed well, dress well, know interesting people, have been to interesting places, have an interesting job, be sensitive and macho at the right times....you can still get laid and otherwise look like a toad. So if you play your game right and yes, lie if you have to, you can stay out of the friendzone of a girl you just met. But the longer you linger in the friendzone the more likely you're going to stay there, so the window is short.

The problem I have with the term "friendzone" itself is that it seems to be used 90% of the time merely as victimization and self-pity. Yeah, it can suck pretty hard to find out a girl you really like just isn't that into you, but you could at least try to go about your life accepting her decision without stewing over it in such a way that paints her in a negative light as well for not "appreciating" you.


That's because a metric shiat ton of people are pushing that straw man. If you pay attention they all have one thing in common: They demand that men never feel anything not pre-approved by the female in question, and if he does then they construct this elaborate straw man to beat him over the head with.

It's a catch-22. If a man tries to pursue a relationship with someone he just met then he's a misogynist pig who sees women only as sex objects. If he tries to start a friendship first and see if it grows to a relationship... he's still a misogynist pig only now he's also a liar and was never a "real friend". No matter what he does he's going to get painted as a sexist for it.

Men are allowed to have their own emotions. They're allowed to feel emotional pain over romantic rejection and they're allowed to leave a situation that continues to rub salt in that wound. They're even allowed to be something other than a hypermasculine extrovert. Women are not entitled to force men to completely abandon all emotional agency and exist solely for their benefit and use as a "friend".

What's particularly hilarious in all of this is how hypocritical it is coming mostly from people who claim to be fighting oppressive gender roles, and yet they're often bashing people for doing nothing more than taking on what's traditionally the passive female role of waiting for the other party to initiate.
 
2014-05-22 01:51:04 AM  

HalfOffOffer: [content9.flixster.com image 360x248]

Blow.


First thing I thought too. Great minds and whatnot...
 
2014-05-22 01:56:52 AM  

jedihirsch: ChadM89: Witness99: Serious question: Does any man REALLY want a female friend? I know it happens, I've had male friends (mostly gay) but I really don't have any close straight male friends. Acquaintances, plenty. Good friends I call to cry with while eating ice cream and waiting for hair color to take effect, none.

My mom told me that there is no such thing as a platonic relationship between men and women of similar age and attractiveness. So, why do guys try to befriend women (if not for sex)? To parrot some guys response earlier in the thread...I have enough friends, and friends don't Fark. So, why does anyone bother getting in the friend zone?

No guy willingly enters the friend zone. The friend zone is hell. Every single guy who is in the friend zone wishes he was not.

I have entered the "friend zone" willingly many times. I have made friends with chicks I never had an interest in banging numerous times (and its not like they weren't attractive, and I'm straight). Its nice having female friends to give you advice when dealing with other women. In fact they give excellent advice, and some of it is pretty sneaky (and good) stuff. You will have not better groups of wingmen than female friends, they really go the extra mile for you, and other women trust other women, so it works better. Also one of them knows way more about sports than any other guy I know and I still can't beat her at FPS games (she's more of like a little sister). Try having female friends you made by trying to be their friend and not trying to bang them, its pretty nice and you might enjoy their company as a friend


Cut. Print. Gay.

/NTTAWWT
 
2014-05-22 02:01:37 AM  
The right thing is rarely the rewarding thing.

But in this prisoner's dilemma we call life, doing the right thing is the only thing that gets us past grunting savages having rape for dinner.
 
2014-05-22 02:49:13 AM  

The Homer Tax: So do people think that the freindzone is an actual thing? Or is it just a joke? I think it's a funny joke...

But, seriously, the "friendzone" is not a thing. If she wasn't going to fark you, she wasn't going to fark you. Wether or not you are now friends didn't change that, it's likely a decision she made a long time ago.

If you want to be freinds with her because you share similar interests and like hanging out, then be freinds. If you want to be freinds with her because you think it will lead to Farking, you're an idiot. The only thing that leads to is morose, self-loathing filled fap sessions.


Totally not a bookmark...
 
2014-05-22 05:04:32 AM  
How's the truck?
 
2014-05-22 05:31:12 AM  
What I love about these stories is knowing that when he gets out of the hospital (or perhaps before, right now) he'll be reading these threads where we talk about him, and all of this girl's friends will be talking about how the internet thinks she should be giving it up, etc.
 
2014-05-22 05:32:11 AM  
He's either gay, or not physically attracted to you. Men aren't that complicated.
 
2014-05-22 05:32:33 AM  

insertsnarkyusername: And he's still not going to get laid.


I dunno. Look where her eyes are right before you play the video. I think she might want his 2 1/2 inches and 45 seconds of wienery fury.
 
2014-05-22 05:56:27 AM  
She needs to watch:

welivefilm.com

Then look at his broken up ass. Get the picture? AKA, after all that, she best be forking over the twat to that noble/stupid young man. Or at least have the decency to sit on his face.Then again, she'll probably end up dating something like:

p.gr-assets.com

"Oh, honey, I want you to meet my best friend! He got hit by a truck for me!"
"That's nice. We're making it a threesome then?"
"Oh no, he's just a friend. We'd never have sex"
*Friend whimpers "have fun. Loves you lots!"
"That's nice. Come on, T-Dagger, we gotta pick up some rubbers"
*Friend cries his eyes out as he stares towards the ceiling
 
2014-05-22 06:01:37 AM  

SPLAMM: [img.fark.net image 210x268]Corey will nail her before Fatty Mc "Friendzone" ever does.


He looks like a cross between Al Bundy and the singer for Godsmack.
 
2014-05-22 07:22:39 AM  

ThePastafarian: Witness99: Serious question: Does any man REALLY want a female friend? I know it happens, I've had male friends (mostly gay) but I really don't have any close straight male friends. Acquaintances, plenty. Good friends I call to cry with while eating ice cream and waiting for hair color to take effect, none.

My mom told me that there is no such thing as a platonic relationship between men and women of similar age and attractiveness. So, why do guys try to befriend women (if not for sex)? To parrot some guys response earlier in the thread...I have enough friends, and friends don't Fark. So, why does anyone bother getting in the friend zone?

I do.  My best friend is a woman.  It's so damn platonic I think of her as my adopted younger sister.  She makes me laugh and think and has been there for me in rough times and vice versa.  And I know she doesn't harbor romantic feelings for me either.


This!
Three of my best friends are woman. We look out for each other and always have each others back through thick and thin. Strictly platonic, No romantic feelings at all.
It can be done there are no "rules" that dictate people of the opposite sex can't be friends.
We have been close friends for many years!

/One is my ex-wife!
//All three are a pain in the ass!
///Always trying to hook me up with their crazy friends!
 
2014-05-22 08:17:12 AM  
Well, he got friendzoned, however, she still owes him big.

Hopefully she has a relatively sane friend that owes her huge favors that she can hook him up with.
 
2014-05-22 08:51:19 AM  

gilgigamesh: At that age, girls are only impressed by bad boys.

If he had pushed her into the path of the truck, she'd never stop banging him.


Having been rejected by a 21 year old because she wanted someone that "[she] could be afraid of", I'm going to go with a big 'ol

This.
 
2014-05-22 09:01:51 AM  

Benni K Rok: Well, he got friendzoned, however, she still owes him big.

Hopefully she has a relatively sane friend that owes her huge favors that she can hook him up with.


Even if they don't date, etc.  Having your life saved tends to burn an image into your brain.
 
2014-05-22 09:05:21 AM  
I could just say 'Clackamas County' all day.

Clackamas Clackamas Clackamas.
 
2014-05-22 09:13:49 AM  

Watubi: Fuggin Bizzy: WTF is this shiat? She owes him her pussy!

What an entitled biatch.

So, then if some dude saved your life you'd let him have his way with your ass?


Um, I'm a hetero guy but since I would no longer exist without his effort I'll go with yeah.

///Self medicated rohypnol
 
2014-05-22 09:15:50 AM  

FedExPope: In and of itself, sex is not the goal. At least, this is how I see these kinds of situations. And I take umbrage at the insinuation (not necessarily by you) that I'm only friends with a girl because I'm trying to sleep with her. So many people tell me (against my own instincts) that I can't start out in a friendship that I hope blossoms into a relationship, that I must go for the relationship straight away. It can't work both ways. If I am supposed to start getting to know someone in a friendly way, how can I deal with the situation where feelings develop that aren't mutual? There has to be recourse that doesn't result in being labeled a shallow, sex-obsessed loser.


The people who insist that you're a loser who is only disappointed that you didn't get sex from her are the ones who are really only interested in the sex. They're projecting and unable to fathom the idea that someone could even want a close, personal, intimate, emotional relationship with another person more than sex.

To me, the "friendzone" is when one person wants an emotionally intimate relationship and the other person does not and rejects them, but still wants them to be around for the non intimate relationship. It's basically unrequited love (or infatuation, it depends) where the unrequiter still keeps the person around the the unrequitee stays around.

It is NOT about being "owed" anything in return for anything else. People who think that they are owed something like that are assholes, regardless of other circumstances.

It's entirely possible, and happens every damn day, that someone might actually becomes friends with someone of an opposite gender with no other intentions beyond a simple friendship. People who think with their crotch are just unable to accept this as a possibility.

It's also entirely possible, and happens every day, that one person can, after being friends, develop romantic feelings for said friend. And then it's entirely possible for the friend to not want the same thing, and thus an awkward situation happens. One person has an emotional desire that the other does not.

In the past, I've made my intentions clear and then walked after after the rejection. I couldn't stand to slowly torture myself by being around someone who I desired but I knew that nothing is going to happen. Others do stay.

But the loud asshats will tell you that you're a dick because you just want sex and now you're not getting it and that's why your bitter. The people who say that she doesn't owe you anything because you gave her friendship first are the people who only become "friends" with someone in the hopes of getting sex out of it. They're projecting, hard.

Personally, I prefer to get to know someone first and let love naturally grow out of it. Others would rather try for the physical relationship right away and go into it with that as their primary intention. The latter seems completely unable to comprehend the former or even acknowledge that the former is possible.
 
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