I was talking to some of my girl friends and they all pointed out that I should reduce this bro chill attitude that I usually have with guys or else I ll send the wrong message.
But... that s sort off who I am xD I ve never really been a girly girl but more a sporty one.
Most Helpful Guy
Depends. If they bro you back or not. I have noticed that attitude here (and apparently I wasn't the only one), and it can be bad, when you call them things that are diminishing (such as peeps). It's nice to hear like once, but when you keep repeating it to someone who already has confidence issues (who doesn't?), it can be harmful, in the way that they might think you are acting superior to them.
It's good to be super cool, and have super laid back attitude, and to look like you're chilling all the time, and everything in the world is the most casual thing to you, but there is a limit where it starts to become annoying.
Why is it annoying? Because nobody can really be like that. No one is super cool, and laid back, and chilling all the time. It passes an image that it is true sometimes, but other times, it's like a mask where you hide the true you. A mask that makes you cooler and funnier.
I may be wrong here, and you are truly like that, but your overthinking level to come here and ask some of the questions I've seen, makes me think otherwise.
Am I heading in the right direction? (If not, I'll stop right here)1
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Most Helpful Girl
If "the bro attitude" is YR ACTUAL PERSONALITY -- combined with a beautiful feminine exterior (which you do have) -- then, honestly, you are pretty much the *perfect* dream definition of "marriage material" for about 90 percent of guys. At least in the US and Canada, anyway. I mean, are you freaking kidding?
If you hear the kind of advice yr talking about here, that applies to "bro attitudes" that are fake/forced.
Like when girls PRETEND they're that way, in order to throw themselves out there in front of more men and "look cool". (This happens a lot, especially if a bunch of attractive single guys are getting together at, say, a sports bar. LOL... you'll see women who CLEARLY know nothing about sports, and who are CLEARLY girly-girls to the max, putting on this really bad act to try to pretend they're "one of the boys". It NEVER works, and it's honestly painful to watch.)
I've seen enough of you on here to know that... you are pretty fucking cool. <3
Therefore, you can ignore the warnings. Carry on.
And, whoever the guy is who ends up with you? Lucky guy indeed. He better not ever forget it.1
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