The Friend Zone

The friend zone always gets this bad rep and well, it should. It’s is like that dreadful abyss where your thinking “soooooo where do we go from here”. Your staring the person in the face and all the while thinking a million thoughts either on how to A) get that person B) how much you really want that person C) how you get across that Nile River to the promise land!


That’s not the type of friend zone I’m talking about here. The friend zone I’m talking about actually is a pretty good thing. The place where they pick you up and even lift you over their heads like good ‘ol Charlie Brown. I don’t typically refer to it as such. I usually prefer the term “inner sanctums” as they are listed on my BBM list and various other times that I refer to them. This friend zone is one that no guy or girl dreads. There comes a point in time where no matter how strong of a person, no matter how wildly successful  and even as independent as you may like to view yourself you still need a friend or plenty to lift you up.

My friends have done that for me before but definitely as of recent they have done this. Really this post is a quick time out to say thank you to them. A simple e-form “bro hug” or a platonic hug to my lady friends. It’s also a reminder to you all the readers to appreciate your own friends and to sometimes make sure your hoisting a friend or two on your shoulders. So on that note: ODU keeping coaching its needed, Buff hang tough , 169 its our time to shine, 228 to infinity and beyond!

– Kwa

**I think what I’m going to start doing is letting you know what my topic is going to be for the next week(or 2 since I usually go every other) at the end of each post. Hmmm… sounds ambitious since I just thought of it, I’ll see if I can start  with the next and keep up. Till Then! Gotta Blast 3.8’s are no easy feat!

P.s.- Fellas if you wanna get out of that other friend zone. Impress them by doing something manly like opening a bottle of wine with out a Cork screw …She’ll dig it

Ladies…I dunno I’m sure Cosmo has yall covered -shrugs-

About the Author

Kwame Belle is a senior journalism major and arts management minor at SUNY Oswego. He is also a member of the Sigma Pi chapter of the National Communication Honor Society, Lambda Pi Eta.
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