Poor David, an accountant from Leyton has found himself deeply intrenched in the dreaded “friendzone” with BFF Kirsty.
Determined to claw his way out, David talks us through his situation and how he found himself there in the first place.
“Look, Kirsty’s made it clear dozens of times that she wants to be “just friends” – but it’s all about determination” proclaims David who has been friends with Dawn for 4 years since first meeting at University. “I remember the first day we met – it was “fish and chip Friday” at the canteen and we both ordered the same thing – fish and chips. If that’s not a sign, then I don’t know what is” David tells us with that glimmer of hope in his eye.
We ask David what his plan is to hopefully get Kirsty to see their relationship as more than something platonic.
“Well, I’ve done the whole flowers, chocolates and lingerie thing – that was an awkward Christmas at her parents house and none of those seemed to work, so I’m going to be a little more creative this time” professes David as we start to worry about his plan as it seems pretty clear that Kirsty’s not even the slightest bit interested.
“A playlist of songs from previous moments….. Ummmmm….. Fish and chips for dinner as a reminder of the first time we met. I might even wear a tight top to show her what she’s missing out on. She always hugs me and tells me that she wishes she could find a guy just like me, so it’s only a matter of time before she realises I’ve been under her nose the whole time.”
Well, we can only wish you the best of luck with that, David.
Don’t forget, this is satire and totally written to laugh at ourselves and the kinds of colourful personalities we deal with when dating. It’s not written to offend anyone. If you did laugh and can relate – don’t forget to share it on Facebook and Twitter using the share buttons. Thanks for reading as always, Jordi.