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By dundundadumb - / Thursday 6 August 2009 21:25 / United States
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Feel sad for the guy. I know how it feel when a girl rejects you. Especially when the girl is you friend. Sucks. Not an FML for the girl this is an FML for the guy.

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Sounds like an engageing conversation, hope you weren't married to the idea of being "just friends" But enough of my horrible puns, this isn't a fyl because you can see the future ;)

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...#207 is the best troll on this entire site. Subtle, edgy, and just enough bitchiness to bring on the rage without just being voted down. I applaud you, madame, for being an incredible troll. Well done.

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@247: how the fuck is 207 being a troll? tha'ts EXACTLY what is was thinking as i read all the pathetic comments... you have to be seriously deluded to propose out of the blue to a platonic friend. like, MAJOR issues. THAT is why i feel sorry for him. and there's no way in hell she could've anticipated that.

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Ok, let's say, hypothetically, that 207 is not a troll. Why is it that just because OP says platonic friends, they're platonic friends? It seems that, whenever there's a disagreement in the status of a relationship, the girl is always right. Why is that? What if the 'platonic' friend had taken her out on a hundred dates, but OP just thought he was being friendly? Or worse, what if she was mooching? Maybe he's one to save any sexual advances for after marriage? Perhaps they're

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Hmm... maybe we side with the OP in this one because if the "platonic friend" ever felt the need to be more than just a friend, maybe he should have, I don't know, brought it up with the OP at some point before the proposal? Even if they had been on "a hundred dates," I would at least expect someone to MENTION romantic feelings, (and maybe even make sure the other person in the relationship feels the same way!), before popping the question, wouldn't you? The guy here is ob

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It’s not always girls that are right, but in any relationship, the person who has the most power is always the person who cares the least. Think about it, if one person decides they want to break up, it really makes little difference how much the other person wants to stay in the relationship, because even though it takes two people to make a relationship, it only takes one to break it. In the same way, it doesn’t matter if you’re head-over-heals, crazy in love with someone, if they don’t fe

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for all you people saying it's his fault because they were only platonic friends how do you know they were? assuming the story is real, how do you know the op didn't exaggerate the facts in her favor? for all we know, they couldve been going out for a while but the op decided to say there were platonic so more people would say "f your life"

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how could you say this about someone? right now i have 5 mentally handicapped friends and this doesn't mean that they do things spontaneously. and plus it is common to be in a one-way relationship without knowing it. and i'm not trying to copy anyone, but they are PLATONIC friends. get a dictionary and look up the definition. and no, it does not me they study Plato's theories together.

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It's entirely possible for this to happen, say, guy asks girl who he already knew a little to "hang out" not to "*go* out", she thinks because they're already friends it's a friendly thing to do, they go to a movie or something and he does something relatively romantic but may or may not be interpreted (say, gives her his jacket) as such, this goes on, at some point they hold hands or something *for a reason*, she thinks that the reason was the reasoning and he thinks holding

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Although I understand that they weren't dating, I fell the need to inform you that there are still people in this world who get engaged to one another without ever having sex with eachother...

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I can't even imagine how weird it would be to have to say you were joking...especially if OP has a boyfriend (probably doesn't anymore because of this...) but at least you have a backup,OP?

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