Neither one. Experience plays a role in life, but what thoughts you have to form about that experience is what matters here. That means, it wouldn't work for the main slogan of the site. Just bring back the answers, it was the only sane slogan. "Two sides. All the answers." It was simple and good. But is this slogan is for some subsection, then I guess C. It sounds coolest.
I voted C! It's easier to decipher what the site is referring to instead of advertising "A". "C" is short, sweet and gets to the point. I like the "He said. She said" part. but not the "Connected by experiences...sounds too nonchalant.
I have not been on here for quit some time, but I am pleasantly surprised with the changed format. It is very easy to use and pleasing to look upon. The questions are entertaining to read and I enjoy reading and learning from the answers. I love this sight, and it has helped me in many ways.
To me option B is the only one that appeals - A and C don't explain what the site is about. Whereas B has a nice ring to it when you say GirlsAskGuys - connecting two sides through experiences and opinions.
2 sides. All the answers. I like the old solgan before. When I first first got this back in like what...08 I clicked your site cuz thw slogan was short, basic and something I needed! I basically needed 2 gende opinions and answers! Also the age limit should not go under the age of 16. In my opinion. 16 should be the minimum.
What I like about this website is the chance to offer my advice for those willing to listen no matter how outrageous they seem to be. I also like it when cute Asian girls crush my heart so i have inspiration for my novel. I also like GAG because it shows me the limits of the internet in comparison to the glory of reality. peace out bro
I wuold say it's two sides shared experiences but also there lots of different experiences I have read people saying on here. And alos this site is mostly asking about people's crushs and relationship advice.
b) Because it is the only one that emphasises opinions.
A) is wrong, in my opinion, because most of the real learning comes from the fact that the experiences of guys are quite different from the experiences of girls, and vice versa. We need to walk a mile in each others shoes, to really learn.
C) Sounds more like hear-say or gossip, and can be dismissed as easily.
Real people. Two Sides... Real questions, thoughts, feelings, and experiences.
Something like that...
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