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#24, Bravo! In a world filled with passive-aggressive spineless jellyfish, it's refreshing to see good, old-fashioned aggressive-aggressive behavior! Sorry, but I need to focus on my career right now. See what I did there?

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World leaders are expected to soon declare a state of emergency. There is currently a global epidemic where people lose their ability to understand and take jokes. #42: Feel for the people who are so austere that they think everything is said in a literal sense. Silvinomiae was joking...obviously.

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I'm not talking about it being his demeanor to those he meets walking down the street. Take his comment "I routinely reject everyone I meet on my path, even before we get introduced. This way, I am sure they understand the depth of my loyalty and the nature of the possible future interaction." Is that really someone you want to be introduced to? In either a formal or informal setting?

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Sigh. #48, my comment was clearly too clumsy to be able to penetrate the mental filter of a good amount of people. However, I did assume that the notion of someone rejecting EVERYONE even BEFORE any introduction was so stupid, that it was giggle-worthy. Obviously I have to practice on my communication skills aimed at masses.

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It was not clumsy, Silvinomiae. Some people just require extensive stimuli to understand a joke; namely a jack-hammer to drill through their dense skulls, and a megaphone to make sure they actually hear what you're saying.

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By going for it I meant getting with her, though friendzone might be looking on the bright side here. I feel your pain though OP. There was a girl I really liked back in high school who was talking to me about the kind of guy she's into. I took it as my cue and after a bit of flirting, told her I knew the perfect guy for her that was also really into her, in complete reference to me. She asked me who my friend was that liked her...ugh

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I have had a very similar situation! Just being straight up about it has worked the best for me, I think quite a few people beat around the bush a bit and it backfires >.< It's happened to me a few times and I've learnt my lesson! :3

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I understand that this is a joke, but how did she friendzone him? It doesn't sound like they were friends at all to begin, and it also doesn't sound like she offered to be friends with him either. Im pretty sure one or both of those are necessary to call it a friendzone. Are people just taking being put in the friendzone as any kind of rejection? That's totally silly. Is no one allowed to have preferences anymore?

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#10- I have that EXACT same situation. A girl that I really like likes a different guy. Knowing this, instead of repeatedly trying and failing, I'm just trying to become a friend with benefits.

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81, the word you're looking for is implies. Equivalence is a bidirectional relationship (sorry, I'm a mathematician so it's a pet peeve, kinda like grammar nazis).

Either this girl is so into herself she thinks every guy is interested in her. Or she picked up something based on the tone of your voice or your body language which gave her the impression you were interested in her.

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