When girls are putting themselves out there, so to speak, and they ask guys the question "what do you have to offer" I feel its an inappropriate and smug question. Like some really good looking girl just sits there like a princess and hosts auditions for potential boy toys. What is that? Its sounds so cheap like a petty business negotiation or bargain deal. "What do YOU have to offer"? Huh?
"Well, let's see... I'm in law school, I'm in good shape, and I drive a BMW. I'm 50% nice guy and 50% bad boy. I also have an 7.5 inch cock." She says: "Well that's not bad, but, that guy over there is a male fashion model, makes six figures at 22 y/o and drives a Maserati, soooo... he's kinda better. I'm going out with him. Oh, and he has an 8 incher and is 60% nice guy, 40% bad boy (better mix). Don't worry, though, when the relationship falls apart I'll host another audition where you can try again. Just get a more defined six pack, tan, and make more money, then maybe I'll accept you."
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It is smug if worded that way. Some girls are extremely materialistic and shallow. Not all girls are like that, and don't let b*tchy girls cloud your vision. You can find down to earth ladies, but you won't find them ranting like this.
However, I totally agree to you; girls like the ones you described are unbecoming.0