I totally agree with this, I try and go through and correct confessions if they’re wrong whenever I can but the last few confessions I’ve had I’ve struggled to understand what is being said and what they’re actually talking about, however I still post every confession to show I’m not skipping any. You make a very valid point that I would like people to see when making confessions.
Ross took Chandler’s advice about the list and when Rachel found out she froze him out and refused to listen to explanations until the prom video. Advice about the Mark/Chloe situation had similar disastrous results. It astounds me that anyone has the impression that Chandler and Rachel could have a healthy relationship where either Chandler never says or does anything stupid or Rachel would calmly listen to his explanations instead of freezing him out until a big gesture or jealousy takes over.
I think that if circumstances were different and everyone on Friends met as strangers and not as a friend/sibling of a friend/sibling so that any friendship formed was based solely on those two people instead of based on the four other people in the periphery the only friendships that would exist would be Chandler-Ross, Chandler-Joey, Chandler-Monica, Monica-Rachel, Monica-Phoebe, and Joey-Phoebe.
I don’t understand why people thought Monica was controlling over Chandler or why people thought that Monica loved Richard more than Chandler. She gave up a lot of things to be in a relationship with Chandler. Like having children and having the dream wedding because they were short on cash. A clear example of this is in TOW The Proposal and Richard offers her all these things, but she still goes back to Chandler.
No that’s absolutely fine, I’ll use most words to an extent
It really bugs me that when Richard was trying to convince Monica to pick him over Chandler his only arguments were that he wanted kids now and Chandler was not a doctor. It’s pretty arrogant to assume that doctor=better husband.
I prefer Phoebe in the early seasons when her statement of “I never lie” wasn’t a lie and before she became a manipulator who blurted things out for what appeared to be the sole purpose of stirring things up/causing conflict/getting people in trouble.