• 00:32

    Unspoken Words: "The Friend Zone"

    in Culture

    In this half Hour segment of Unspoken Words, Robert discusses the dreaded "Friend Zone". Millennials have heard this phrase used to describe a state of being where a male inadvertently becomes a 'platonic friend' of an attractive female who he was trying to intitate a romantic relationship. Females have been rumored to arrive in the Friend Zone, but reports are unsubstanciated. I think its time though to breakedown what the friend zone really is, where it comes from and how this state of being represents huge differences in the way men and women think

  • 01:31

    The Friend Zone

    in Romance

    Ahhh the dreaded friend zone... defined by urban dictionary as "what you attain after you fail to impress a woman you're attracted to."
    Men and women alike loathe being placed into the friend zone, and look at it as being "good, but not good enough."
    In this episode we're going to discuss the friend zone in detail...
    What is the friend zone?
    Why do we put people in it? How can you get out of it?
    Are those in the "friend zone" potentially good relationship candidates?

  • 00:01

    The Friend Zone

    in Romance

    Today's topic can be touchy to many but here it is, plain and simple: "The Friend-Zone"

    What is the "Friend-Zone"? 

    + The "Friend-Zone" is a made up concept to rationalize, you guessed it, REJECTION. 

    What do you mean its a made up concept?

    + I mean, its all a cover up! Simply kinder words for rejection, or the denial of rejection.

    Well what if I have known this person for a while (or what feels to be a while)?

    + If you have known someone for a while and things didn't click by now, they are probably not going to, MOVE ON!

    That was harsh!

    + Alright here's the deal; there's a person you have known for a certain amount of time (many years or a few days), and you feel close but when you bring up being in a relationship and immediately shut you down. Yet you still spend time (and money) with that person, you've been "Friend-Zoned" (rejected), in one of the worst ways. This person keeps you guessing as to whether you will have a chance or not, and THEY KNOW IT, so in all reality when you think this person is someone you can confide in, they aren't. They have been using you this whole time.

    Wow, that was deep, so each time a person says "I'm stuck in the Friend-Zone", they are really just trying to cope with the rejection ?What if the rejection isn't clear?

    + Personally I know a lot of men with this problem, though I am sure women experience this as well, when people say they have been friend zoned they are just scorned with the uncertain rejection that has no closure. They can't get over it, and then obsess. This is creepy, desperate and just plain embarrassing. Nobody wants to be with someone who is desperate- because then that person isn't actually special. They will just be filling space and wasting time. 

  • 02:01

    [REPEAT] The Dreaded FRIEND ZONE

    in Romance

    This Sunday's Topic

    Time and time again, we wonder why we choose the worst mates! What's even more perplexing is why we end up in the DREADED FRIEND ZONE! Join us in an all new radio show with our hosts to hear their perspectives on the FZ and why it exists. Call in at 646-200-0246 to tell us your FZ experience or listen along via telephone or online at settingthetoneradio.com.


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    With thousands of listeners, we aim to discuss just about any and everything under the sun. Our hosts are full of laughter and comedy but we also hit the tough controversial topics. Most importantly, you can always call 646-200-0246 and state your thoughts and opinions.

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  • 01:01

    The Friend Zone

    in Culture

    The friend zone. We've all heard of it and most of us have experienced it. Because of this, it is true that males and females can indeed be friends. The question is though, if that line is crossed, what happens to that friendship? Call in this Monday on our new day and time @ 7pm EST to comment on the HOT TOPIC ~ "CAN A PLATONIC FRIENDSHIP EVER BE THE SAME AFTER HAVING SEX?" Call 760.283.4647 to comment and hit the #1 key to comment! You can also watch us LIVE on uStream @ www.eblockradio.com and DON'T FORGET TO DOWNLOAD THE "E-BLOCK RADIO" MOBILE APP FROM GOOGLE PLAY RIGHT NOW!!

  • 01:28

    The Friend Zone!!!!!!!

    in Current Events

    Are you in the friend zone?
    Is it possible to get out of the friend zone?
    If so, how?

  • 00:30


    in Entertainment

    Are you in the friend zone and you want to get out? In love with your best friend? Call in and lets talk about it!



  • 02:01

    STT Radio presents: The Dreaded FRIEND ZONE

    in Romance

    Time and time again, we wonder why we choose the worst mates! What's even more perplexing is why we end up in the DREADED FRIEND ZONE! Join us in an all new radio show with our hosts to hear their perspectives on the FZ and why it exists. Call in at 646-200-0246 to tell us your FZ experience or listen along via telephone or online at settingthetoneradio.com.

  • 02:41

    "How to Avoid Being Placed in the Friend Zone"

    in Radio


    Did you miss last year's all time classic special on “How to Avoid Being Put into the Friend Zone” where we discussed the effect ‘entertainers’ like Beyonce are having on impressionable young black women, why men target women for sex, what men look for in a wife vs a booty call, Scandal and why it’s so popular in the black community, what black men can do to protect our young women, how God says you should deal with being cheated on, and MANY other issues? If so, tune into "The BEST of The Dedan Tolbert Show" tonight at 9:00pm EST by calling 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... "Real Radio that Matters".

  • 01:04

    Stop Dating in "The Friend Zone"

    in Relationships

    Host Tiffany Williams-Jallow and award-winning speaker, author and featured relationship expert for TV-One reality show,  Love Addiction, Hasani Pettiford, give hope to hopeless men and women who have spent years dating in "the friend zone" advice on how to finally get the committed romantic relationship they have been desperately longing for. Learn how you got into the friend zone, how to tell if your friend likes you, how to get your friend to notice you and want to date you romantically, why being friends with benefits almost always backfires, how to get out of the dreaded friend zone permanently and much more!  Miss the last episode of Relationship360 with "The Rules" bestselling co-author Ellen Fein? Listen on demand by clicking here.  

  • 02:04

    The Friend Zone: Friends Stealing Friends

    in Lifestyle

    A friend thief (or plural, thieves) are people who hang out with you in order to meet your friends. They want your friends to be their friends. They might do this because they lack friends themselves, or because they feel your social circle can benefit them in some way.  A friend thief will Try and schedule time alone with your friends behind your back; No longer be interested in you once they successfully become friends with your friend – and it doesn’t end there.

    Have you or one of your friends become jealous of a new friend entering the “Friend Zone”?  It may sound ridiculous, but it happens more often than you think. 

    Can someone actually “steal” a friend? 

    We also have a special treat for Independent Artists!  Marlon Singleton, Promotion and Marketing Specialist for the hottest names in the music industry.  Marlon has developed campaigns and promotions for Mary J. Blige, Black Eyed Peas, Lady Gaga, 50 Cent, Eminem, and many more.  He’s going to be here to give Indie Artists the inside scoop on getting closer to your dream.

    On this episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio, we’re going to discuss “Friends Stealing Friends”.

    Please join us on Wednesday, August 6, 2014

    9:00pm PDT/ 11:00pm CDT/ 12 Midnight EDT

    We invite you to share your “Friends Stealing Friends” experience by calling (646)200-3148.  Or listen from your computer or from the HTTR app, and join the chatroom.    

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