By jealousgirl - United Kingdom
  Today, after having to spend over an hour yesterday giving the man I'm in love with advice on how to impress his date yesterday evening, I got to spend another hour listening to how great their sex was last night. FML
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  crandel  |  11

If she really loved him and was a good friend, she wouldn't be complaining that he's happy. In reality, she's just too wimpy to tell him how she feels.

  SpartanMerc  |  18

Could just tell him that you can't give him fair advice because of your feelings for him. It's called grow up and use that backbone. Be direct and honest, if he doesn't like you back, at least you know, and at least he'll respect your honesty, and your feelings. I honestly don't understand why people can't just be grown ups about this sort of thing.

  TheOneAndOnly5  |  12

The friendzone doesn't exist. From what I gather, the op hasn't said anything to this friend, so how can he know anything. This friendzone is a position she placed herself in by not saying anything

  CaptMacLeod  |  45

Yet it does. When your crush sees you as such a good friend that they will share all the intimate details of their relationship(s) with you. You're the first person they call when they've had a fight. You hear about every romantic thing their SO does for them. And because you're not a douchebag, you don't take advantage of it.

I was into a girl who did this even though she knew how I felt. She wouldn't go out with me because she didn't want to risk losing her best friend.

There is no friendzone that you do not walk into voluntarily. But once there, it is difficult to ever leave it. And we're still friends.

  MrConcise  |  34

Oh jesus, are we really doing this "woman up instead of man up because gender equality" stuff now? It's just a saying, I don't think any feminists would be offended if you told OP to man up.

  Dave_Davington  |  33

Check your privilege, 17, and stop tone policing me, you oppressive, experience-erasing dudebro!

But in all seriousness, "woman up", just makes more logical sense when the OP is a woman. I can assure you, I'm not exactly a fan of Tumblr feminism.

  MrConcise  |  34

Those are all terms Tumblr has started using recently? I haven't been keeping up with their nonsense. Thank you for enlightening me, those all sound hysterical. Off to Google for me!

  countryrose92  |  23

Hey, I've been here done this with my ex, he asked me advice about a girl he was talking to and how he could change to get her to like him better, had to hear about the awesome sex the next day. He knows I still love him he also knows that living on opposite sides of the country means we can't do anything about it. I feel bad for the op cuz I know how it feels

By  davincidasecond  |  24

If you haven't expressed by now how you feel, you're pretty much just putting yourself through this. I get being a good friend, but if you feel that way for him, it shouldn't be bottled up.

By  Jflowers9296  |  14

You should just tell him how you feel honestly. Maybe he will respond back with mutual feelings or maybe not. If you're too nervous it might ruin the friendship then just stay friends but don't talk about him and other woman for a while. Anything is better than torturing yourself by listening to how he goes on dating and the after date sex.