How would you define a sweet girl?
Do you guys want to be friends with sweet girls, date them, or just think they're boring?
In general, what do you think of them?
Most Helpful Guy
Well, it depends on what you mean by sweet. To me sweet means they are shy and reserved in sharing their opinions. They avoid conflict and rather keep the peace by saying something nice, as opposed to stating their view. So for the most part they aren't outspoken, even though they may think differently. This may sound mean, but honestly that bugs me. It feels fake; I can't trust that. I sometimes feel that 'sweet girls' are the cause of their own demise in that they are too scared to be themselves; and as a result live at the opinions of others. They are too sweet to stand up and just be themselves. One of the commentators also said it well by calling them 'sugar coated'. It all feels to me like a façade sometimes.
I like the idea of a girl being independent but still kind. She needs to be firm in who she is and not roll over just to avoid causing an offence. I often think guys go for the sweet girl because they are easy targets. But after all that jazz, why do you think the guy leaves in the end? I love it when a girl can be herself and not take shit from people. Obviously she should not be rude and abrasive. She just needs to know how to stand her ground and be comfortable with who she is. 'Sweet girls' don't represent this to me. I think I would get bored after a while. I'm not saying bored because it's a sexual issue (I don't even plan on having pre-marital sex). I say bored because 'sweet girls' are just to simplistic and shy for me. I do though believe that every 'sweet girl' has the potential to be strong and interesting.
But yea, this is of course my personal association with the word 'sweet'. To me, sweet does not necessarily mean kind and loving. Even girls who aren't 'sweet' can be kind and loving. Sweet girls are easy to control and manipulate. I hate that. I want a women who can think for herself. I'm sorry if this comes across as offensive. I actually feel sorry for girls who get lied to and manipulated by men. Ugh... yea. Semi-sweet is better.1