Ever since we've been together I always have pictures of us and him in my phone, I have every picture from the first one we took together till the last one we took together under a 4 year period. My SO use to have pictures of us and me in his phone but I recently looked through his pictures and he's deleted all pictures of us and me and has like no pictures on his phone. Are girls just more sentimental about stuff than guys? Like I don't understand, you'd think you'd want some type of picture in your phone of your SO...
Most Helpful Guy
I don't see the point in being sedimental to things. It's just an object or a picture. Pictures are meant to show others and I could care less what others think. I'd be even worse than your boyfriend, I wouldn't even take a picture on my own phone. My phone is just purely for communication and Web browsing. Take some advice from me on this one, don't worry about him not being sedimental and don't force it on him as that will be a pointless battle to fight. Just let him be in that aspect otherwise I guarantee you will drive him away slowly with little selfish bitching.0
Most Helpful Girl
This is a great question, and I've wondered this too. I can't speak for guys, but I can speak of guys. My old crush is logical and reserved, probably would find romantic photography utterly useless, but he albeit inwardly falls apart at genuine compliments. My guy friend is the toughest guy you'd ever meet and was raised to be strong but he has this thing about gifts. He kept every non-edible gift I ever got him over the last 7 years, even the somewhat disposable parts, and cried over my gift his last birthday. My Dad is very traditional and believes men should not be sensitive, yet he has this thing about art. He has a soft spot for poetry and songs, will get moved to tears. My point is, men and women may show it differently, but they also feel it differently. Men have a tender spot just like women do but it won't be in the same place and you might never even get to see where it is. The key is not to compare their behavior to something they will never be, but to communicate and find who they are as an individual.0