False advertising? Are we some sort of product that you're going to return because we advertised "innocent" but really weren't? I am not into the whole guy/girl stereotypes but its things like this that start them. First of all, how do you know that they're acting cute or innocent? How do you know that they really aren't? And even if they weren't, what does it matter? Just go for a girl who doesn't act like that. I mean what if I said "am I the only one who gets annoyed when guys act like they like you but really only want to get into my pants? that's false advertising" see how that can be a bit hypocritical? Learn to open up your mind just a little bit more and stop being ignorant, then maybe, just maybe, we'll stop stereotyping guys, and you guys will stop stereotyping us. There's actually a lot of us girls who are good girls. Regardless of our pasts or whatever, a lot of us are actually cute and innocent and we're not acting ;).
i love it!we all know, guys are blinded by appearances.
i love how everyone thinks I'm so innocent. gives me a lot of freedom. in school I could paint the windows of our classroom pink at night and when another classmate suspected me, the teacher gave her detention because he couldn't believe somebody was suspecting ME to do something so bad.
or I always get away with stuff. why do you think the people in school, my friends, etc. always asked me to go talk to a certain person in order to get what we wanted? it's all about maninpulation. but yea, I do make sure, other people don't have to suffer because of it.
lol. false advertising... take them to court! maybe that's just their personality... who out there is 100% honest of who they are? most of the time, there's a slight disconnect between how we really are and what impression we give others.
Yeah, or like they'll dress up really nice and act all cute and put on their "good girl" face for everyone, and you absolutely love their style and everything about them, but then only look for temporary relationships and party all the time? Shows a certain degree of fakeness IMO.
It's like, "don't give me the impression that you're this amazing, mature woman, when really, you're pretty much just a typical college girl"... Why would you dress to impress if you're only out for a good time, ya know?