So I seen this video on my social media profile where a guy curves a girl in the club because he has a girl, and two he didn’t know her (he clarified it). What baffled me was that in the comment section, it was so many comments about he shouldn’t have went out or that men are never faithful to their girl. I was confused honestly at those particular comments because the man clearly didn’t want the girl at all. Even as a female myself, I wouldn’t even make a claim like that. Can anyone explain?
Most Helpful Guy
Because those girls are horrible judges of character and keep getting played. They fall into the same trap with the same type of guy. They act as if good men don't exist or aren't even on their radar, hence "all men are cheaters."
Guess I'm not a "man" if I'm not a cheater, huh? But then, on the flip-side, it's almost as if I point out that I'm not flawed in this particular way, or criticize female lifestyle/logic/decisions, etc., I am then labeled a douchebag, which doesn't get a guy like me very far at all with women either.
So I'm basically screwed. lol0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
Those type of women have probably dated the wrong sorts of men. Then these bad men who hurt them & lied to them cause them to assume EVERY man will hurt them. "All men are the same!" "I'm giving up on men!" "I always love so hard & get so hurt in the end!" We've all heard at least one of these said by another female, right ladies? Hell! When I was younger & naive, I said similar things myself. Granted, I quoted breakup movies, because I didn't know shit about real relationships back then.
Went off topic a bit, sorry. Anyway! It's really naive & scorned women who assume men are incapable of being faithful. Yet women are just as capable of hurting romantic partners & doing fucked up shit as any scummy dude is.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE