Last week my friend and I were heading to the mall and as we were pulling out of our sub out of the corner of my eye it looked like this elderly couple were loading a corgi strapped down onto a board into their car. It was weird, especially considering in the .2 seconds I was looking the dog seemed totally normal and not foaming at the mouth/half dead or anything.
This morning as I was pulling into my sub after a night out I saw the dog again. Still strapped down, its legs gingerly tucked underneath, panting and ears perked, this woman was pushing him down the sidewalk. He was strapped onto a device I imagine people use to push maybe luggage or something, there was a handle for her to hold with two hands and the dog just sat there.
Maybe his legs don’t work? She was walking the dog without actually walking him.
I know so many girls who automatically write off any guy who complains about being “friend-zoned” as an entitled douche. But is that really fair? I mean, sure, no one owes you sex. You should be nice just because you are nice and you enjoy being nice, not because Hey Maybe It’ll Pay Off Wink Wink. But at the same time, how many of us have ever had feelings for someone who didn’t reciprocate? Or just didn’t see you “that way”? It still stings, doesn’t it? Would it be fair for the uninterested party to turn around and be like DEAL WITH IT BITCH I DON’T OWE YOU ANYTHING!? I don’t think the term “friend zoned” necessarily means WAHHHH I WAS NICE TO YOU AND FOR NOTHING, I think it can also encompass this sort of rejection.
I guess there really is no real way to know where someone’s coming from.
I just, I don’t know. People need to be nicer in general. To everyone. Even if they wrong you.