Meaning: A person who is invited to events just so that you can leave them and hang out with your boyfriend or girlfriend or your crush. In short, a person who you practically zaleelofy for your selfish needs.
Example: Ahmed totally third wheel’ed me yesterday and made a chu**ya out of me because he was too busy impressing Sara.
Remember how you thought you would find your perfect soul-mate in your university life and just like your friends, you would have someone to go out for movies and dinners and other romantic shit? Guess all of that was just a mere fantasy, thanks to you being the ultimate third wheel to your couple friends.
1. Your Committed Best Friend Will Bring Their Boyfriend/ Girlfriend TO EVERY FRIGGIN’ PLAN!
You just wanted to enjoy the new movie, but nah. They just HAD to bring their “better half” and ruin it.
2. Going Out Means You’ll Always End Up Sitting Quietly And Eating Alone
We get it. You’re in love. Good for you, but please don’t ignore our existence.
3. If Any Sad Thing Happens, You Will Have No One To Comfort You While They Will Comfort Each Other
While they look cute caring about each other, you feel sad about how alone you are. Worst.feeling.ever.
4. They Use You To Take Permission From Their Strict Parents
College students can relate to how strict parents always kept a check on where you are going and with who. To meet your boyfriend or girlfriend, you always had to use your friend. Once the coast was clear, you could go out with your friend, call your lover there and enjoy. Your friend? That poor third wheel.
5. Sitting With Them Makes You Realize How There Is No “Special Someone” For You
Yep, the cute, mushy mushy things they do to each while you are busy third-wheeling, makes you feel so alone deep inside. And bored too, no offense.
6. They Make You Feel Unwanted
First, they steal your friend. Then, they take you out and leave you alone (or with strangers). And finally, they try to get rid of you. Amusing..
7. They Try To Hook You Up With Someone
When they FINALLY notice how they leave you alone all the time, they start pawing you off with someone. Now I don’t know if that is out of courtesy or they just want to get rid of us poor souls.
8. The Only Time They Come To You Is When They Have A Fight With Each Other
They will come to you when they are in a fight and tell you how they hate someone who took your place. How ironic.
Being the third wheel is worse than being “friend-zoned”. You have no idea what you should do when you are literally an extra.
Stay strong, third-wheelers!