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By Anonymous / Monday 25 July 2016 21:28 / United States - Spokane
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By  danm_1  |  28

It's okay to start out as friends. Perhaps she's just not ready for the whole relationship as yet or perhaps you never made it clear enough to her what your feelings are. Be her friend, get to know each other more then see what happens after. If she still only wants to be friends, then yeah it sucks for you, but respect her wishes and try and move. If it's not her, then you will eventually find someone who can reciprocate your feelings. Now I'm going to try and get that Toy Story song out my head. All the best, OP

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By  danm_1  |  28

It's okay to start out as friends. Perhaps she's just not ready for the whole relationship as yet or perhaps you never made it clear enough to her what your feelings are. Be her friend, get to know each other more then see what happens after. If she still only wants to be friends, then yeah it sucks for you, but respect her wishes and try and move. If it's not her, then you will eventually find someone who can reciprocate your feelings. Now I'm going to try and get that Toy Story song out my head. All the best, OP

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I agree with everything you said. I was completely oblivious to my boyfriends feelings for me and always said how great a friend he was and posted on social media about my "best friend" all the time. Everyone thought he was "friendzoned" like crazy. One day he just grabbed my hand and was like "I /like/ you" and I was like "oh, why didn't you say that? The feeling is mutual." And here we are almost a year later. All hope is not gone OP, and even if you can never date her she seems like a really nice girl with an awesome sense of humor. You're lucky to have a friend like that.

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  soullyfe  |  29

12: My assumption is that some people are probably wondering why she didn't say anything first rather than waiting until the guy said something since she also liked him in return.

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  annalily5  |  28

If he doesn't legitimately value her as a friend, than I really hope he doesn't do that. It's one thing if he hopes something more will come, but honestly would be ok with being her friend too, but it's really sucky to pretend to be someone's friend only to disappear on them the moment you realize you're not getting in the person's pants.

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  ThatOneChick856  |  35

I agree with 26. If the OP is actually interested in being her friend and is okay with that, then he should be okay with being like "it's okay, no harm done" and progressing the normal friendship. If he's not interested in anything outside of a romantic relationship, he should make his feelings very obvious (by outrightly asking her out, it sounds like he just thinks he was rejected because she called him a friend) and then moving on if she's not interested.

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