I agree with that.
The part about Gollum or self confidence and self worth?😂
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Makes sense, but not to everyone.
Be always self confident , sometimes we can't see our own beauty , takes someone from the outside IYKWIM 😁
What does that mean?
I was meaning some I really liked and thought they was hot as hell but I didn't even try to get to know them and when I said I pulled a 180° I mean I avoided them completely
Shame you girls do that. Been there myself... Many times. She gets asked out, ditches the chance, tries in her own little way to chase you back. By that point my interest is long gone.
@FreshOutaIdeas kind of proves her point though that you didn’t like her that much too.
Not necessarily. A lot of girls believe that by testing a man's manhood it'll make the man *prove* both himself to her, and reinforce her desirability. Most males fall for this age old sexual gender dynamic all the time. But for men like me, we simply don't grovel at the pedestal of what is, frankly, just childish behaviour, let alone a mark of the actual worth of the woman. There's been a lot of girls I've found highly attractive, but they ruined it themselves with silliness lol.
@FreshOutaIdeas it’s not childish, it’s a mistake to misinterpret it as that. If she feels he has many options it’s not exactly a wise move to throw herself at his feet if she’s not looking for something just casual. What is wise is having his realistic interest level and motivations first.
A lot of people much older than myself would mistakenly think I'm still young dumb and naive, but relative to my own age group I speak from a fair amount of experience.I would still wager that it is childish, the sort of behaviour I describe is all rooted in insecurities. As you seem to demonstrate yourself, the view which you take is solely one dimensional. Your right, no girl (or guy) worth their weight in salt should "throw themselves" at anyone. Equally it's not only guys that should make their intentions clear, but women also, both genders admittedly can be as equally flakey at times. Where I'm coming from is that I'm simply the kinda guy that goes with the proverbial flow, whether the chick in question is looking for a hit and run or actually wants to "get to know me", I'm down for it. I've got many examples in which the girl was unclear in her actions (one night or more (?) right?), but then got upset when I moved on swiftly, using mind games to hook me back.That said
Let me rephrase, I mean that you speak from only a woman's perspective. And as I said in my first comment, women have been conditioned to function on certain illogical double standards. And noooooo I'm no MGTOW either. Hate them cop-outs!
I think you’re underestimating the value of intuition! It’s not childish, it’s actually the opposite of naivety if something feels off. I’ve dated good looking guys who I had ridiculous chemistry with who have put me more at ease. My gut instinct hasn’t failed me yet so I’m not about to change that now. Also both women AND men function on double standards. Is it ideal? No. Is that just how it works? Yes.
No point in pretending that isn’t how it works. Use it as you’re strength instead. Traditional values aren’t a bad thing.
Lol. I've seen in (mainly older and less... screwed up) generations of women that certainly do exhibit an uncanny intuition - it's always the brunt of many a mans banter! That said I've also seen a great many girls (across the generations) show themselves to be hideously... if not naive, then outright stupid in their decisions on the "sexual marketplace". I can't tell you how many girls I've had my arm over their waists, literally telling me how safe and secure I make them feel (in the literal even more so); it helps being a near 300lbs brick wall with tatts and a "Zeus" beard... right? But simultaneously I cannot even begin to describe how these same girls absolutely *MELT* after a short while. Once they realise that not only am I somewhat a "caveman throwback" that actually can fight, protect and provide, but that despite coming from a hard background I am also, dare I say, intelligent with it (done the whole university thing)... They get insecure and unduly unravel the rs (more)
@FreshOutaIdeas cool story bro. Back to reality.
It's normally been the case (specially in recent times) that the girl got freaked by the speed and pace of my lifestyle, the other women who'd never normally say boo to me, but themselves get jealous at whoever the chick is I'm with at that time (but have just met her in a bar the same night ffs). Coupled with the fact that I practice the masculine virtue of "stoicism" , something which women seem to both love and completely NOT understand what that entails at the same time, it's too much for them to handle basically - they get insecure.What kills it for me/them is when they then resort to the shit testing (I'm sure you won't deny) to see "how much he likes me"; I'm far too astute for this shit and just switch off from it. That then registers to them: "HE DON'T LIKE ME"...When they're wrong.As for "it is the way it is", men like me challenge that and never have nor never will buckle to it. It is only accepted by emasculated beta males, which most of my gen. are...
There’s nothing you’ve said that’s impressed me yet, quite the opposite from what I’ve heard so far so I’d say these girls are naieve. Personally I prefer more well rounded men.
Well okay... There I was thinking we were having a "discussion". I'm not trying to impress anyone here darlin'? I understand you might disagree but you gotta tell me why. Not just cast off what I said, which gives me the impression I've actually struck a cord.
@FreshOutaIdeas to be honest you came across as arrogant so I simply lost interest (perhaps it’s the lack of tone in writing), but it’s late here so I’m off to bed and will reply once I get some free time.
I look forward to your reply. Don't confuse arrogance with honesty though, I'm blunt in my views on all things dating and hitting the sack with the fairer sex. Just think women (and men) are and have been on a bad course.
Can you give me details?
A little less than 10 years ago now, I was friends with this smoking hot, super funny and generally great girl; we got on like a house on fire and life was good. Long story short, after a day at an amusement park with her and a bunch of her other friends, me and her ended up flirting pretty hard with each other which (about 1 week later) lead to some pretty intense sex. The next morning she left to go home and I was left feeling oddly insecure about what our future was; she was so damn fine and I have always been "middle of the road" in the looks department - so I let my insecurity get the better of me and called it all off with her. She was upset and refused to talk to me for a while but I was sure that it was the right thing to do to preserve my own fragile ego.
Thanks for sharing.
Yes even a good looking girl kisses me in the club i will ignore her texts the next day because i dont trust good looking girls
You reject women who like you because you think their too good for you?
Yes , I remember one smokin hot chick in highschool who kept looking at me, some day passed by me and said hello first.That's when you know a girl likes you.But she was wayyyyyyyyyyy out of my league lol
Basically I'm dumb as hell.
A bit. :P
I vow to never make that mistake again 😤
She asked be to have sex I said no I can't
Care to share the details?
But what is the mentlity behind that?
Anonymous while using sexism lol
@BigBlueBoat Doesn't make it any less true fuckbag.