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does describing someone as 'charming' mean they're friendzoned?

Like is it a more polite way of saying they're not attractive? A girl I like told one of my friends she thought I was "really charming" after a few weeks of us texting and talking. I am worried it just means she simply sees me as a friend.
Reply 1
crystal ball says don't know not enough context its probably not conclusive stop overthinking
Reply 2
my mrs tells me I'm 'charming' all the time

unfortunately I think it is sarcasm
Reply 3
Trust your instincts if you feel you’re friendzoned you usually are
Original post by Anonymous
Like is it a more polite way of saying they're not attractive? A girl I like told one of my friends she thought I was "really charming" after a few weeks of us texting and talking. I am worried it just means she simply sees me as a friend.


:lol: The paranoia in this one is strong.

It literally means the opposite... no really, I'm not joking, look it up for yourself below:-

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/charming

If someone says "you've got a face for radio"... then THAT's a polite way of saying someone's ugly (I'll leave it to you to work it out :wink:)
I don’t think Prince Charming was friendzoned by the princess.
Original post by Sorcerer of Old
I don’t think Prince Charming was friendzoned by the princess.


Doesn't matter if he was... "Ridicule is nothing to be scared of" :wink:
Original post by Old Skool Freak
Doesn't matter if he was... "Ridicule is nothing to be scared of" :wink:

Easy to say that…most folk are petrified of ridicule .
Original post by Sorcerer of Old
Easy to say that…most folk are petrified of ridicule .


...But most folk don't have this guys moves or charisma :tongue:


(edited 10 months ago)

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