Sure enough, she doesn’t disagree when you tell her about it later. Sometimes, she gets confused about what day it is and you effectively lay out her entire schedule, because today is Wednesday and you know precisely where she’s supposed to be and when. But after a full day of gymming together, grocery shopping together, and eating dinner together, people (maybe like your boyfriend? ” Don’t worry, they’re just jealous of your uncanny compatibility. You know everyone’s name and age before you even meet, and you all talk like you’ve known each other for ages. Sunday rolls around and you’re sincerely disappointed that your hiatus has to come to an end. You re-watch the classics (The OC), but you also check out the new ones, and you have almost identical opinions about all the shows you watch. From the simple things like hair ties and nail polish, to the kind of weird things like socks and deodorant.
Her parents send you gifts and texts like you’re one of the crew, and it’s pretty dope. Again, everyone around you (AKA your boyfriend and your mom) are like, This brings us to Number 9. It gets weirder, but I think that’s enough disclosure for this article.
It's also safe to assume that he's lied and said he's hungry even though he just ate dinner.
He also low-key missed his grandma's funeral so that he could make your birthday party, and ended up having to Facetime into the wake while you were on the dance floor making out with a rando.
You can answer questions about her as if you were in her brain.
If your guy friend is always available, he's def bailing on other plans just so he can reply "nm what are you up to" when you ask him what he's doing.The friend zone (a term which we object to on principle but will use for convenience sake here) can be a chill place when you and your guy friend have both agreed that's where you'd like to be, but as literally every sad Reddit commenter has taught us, a lot of guys are only in the friend zone because they don't know how to get out if it.For these guys, being in the friend zone is like when you go to a party where and there's no more alcohol left, just sober people playing Apples to Apples—you want to GTFO as quickly as possible.Do you wait, or do you just slip into her train of thought for a sec? If she says she’s at the library, which has six floors and several different sections, you know exactly where she’s sitting right down to the cubicle.You know exactly what she would say and how she would say it. If she’s grabbing lunch on campus, you know which coffee shop she’s at and what she ordered. Pick up things from the grocery store or throw in a load of laundry. It’s just easier to do everything together because it saves time, money, and energy. Bonus points if you actually feel like you’re a part of it. You could spend an entire weekend just doing stuff with just the two of you – studying, binge-watching a Netflix show, and eating all meals together. This is crucial to the best friendship code of conduct, and you wouldn’t miss your nightly Netflix stint for the world. Your friends think it’s pretty weird when they come over, because there are essentially no boundaries.Where, when, and what to eat for dinner is the most common topic of conversation, rather than planning your next date, or (God forbid) sexting. Bedtime and bathroom routines are strictly functional, sexy. Flossing, clipping your toenails, digging for gold, you name it. Jane Greer, New York-based relationship expert and author of chill — every single night. "They come home and end up watching TV or just eating dinner rather than making time to connect sexually," says Greer. "Rather than responding to sexual overtures, couples in this predicament just ignore them," says Greer.