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… I do think it’s a pity that the word [friendzone] went this way. In its apparent first appearance, in (appropriately enough!) Friends, Joey diagnoses Ross as in Rachel’s “friendzone” — but neither of them cast this as Rachel’s fault or a choice she has made. Joey explicitly says “she has no idea what you’re thinking.” The problem is not her, it’s that Ross has waited too long to declare his feelings and now Rachel will 1) find it hard to shift the way she thinks about him and 2) will be reluctant to jeopardise the friendship.It’s a noun, not a verb, and it’s a place you wander into, not a place you are put. I wish it had stayed that way.
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