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A love story where u give everything and all u gave result in 0%, what is ur vie

  1. profile image60
    peter565posted 23 months ago

    A love story where u give everything and all u gave result in 0%, what is ur view?

    In media its always a guy stuck in the friend zone giving to a girl he like, while she date somebody else. In reality, it frequently work both way around, although girls less likely experience it, because a lot of time, the guy eventually ask the girl that keep giving out and they got married. But guys that keep giving to a girl, most of the time, she still ended up with somebody else (only in Hollywood love story, she will eventually end up with u) but sometime, girls also experience giving and giving and the guy still chose somebody else. So...

  2. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 23 months ago

    Hollywood "love stories" are always about one or both people overcoming obstacles in order to find true love.
    There would be no reason to sit through two hours of a movie if when boy meets girl everything goes smoothly.
    A large part of the "romantic charm" in these movies is the personal sacrifice, risk taking, and the uncertainty of will things work out for the lead characters. Lastly most people pay money to see "happy endings" or at the very least a "hopeful ending".
    In reality it's true everyone experiences rejection and not everyone you find attractive or desirable feels the same way about you. On the other hand we also reject interested parties ourselves.
    That's the circle of life!
    Most people in the "friend zone" either never let their feelings be known because they were cowards fearing rejection or they had a "secret agenda" by pretending to be someone's friend with the hope to convert it into more. A fast rejection saves everyone time! smile
    Time is the most valuable commodity on earth because no knows how much of it they have. Therefore it's a waste of time to hang around in anyone's "friend zone". 
    Remember there are more than 7 Billion people on this planet!
    Odds are there is more than a few people who would love and appreciate each and everyone of us. We just need to move on!

  3. LoisRyan13903 profile image82
    LoisRyan13903posted 23 months ago

    Make it like a dystopian future and I would read it

 
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