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@Silver158 Hey Thanks!
You're a psychopath
@Emmawatson44 oh really? why?
@Emmawatson44 good glad you think so.. like i give a flying fuck
Then why is there the term “friends with benefits”. I don’t take a girls words to heart anymore that seriously. A girl could love me one day and hate me/block me the next for me not doing anything. I feel like girls want drama and sass and the chase. At some point that shit gets stale, tiresome, irritating, manipulative, rude and pointless to put someone through that.
@canucker90 Being friends with benefits doesn’t mean you’re dating them though? So I mean? It just means you both agree to fuck around with each other without actually committing.
@canucker90 Ok? I’ve had guys expect sex for pretty much doing nothing? Men string women along in hopes for sex instead of something more. He leads her on and let’s her believe his intentions are good and come from a place of desire for marriage when this simply isn’t true. I know men who can be just as manipulative and pathetic because they can keep up the act so perfectly. You win some, you lose some.
Girls do the same shit now to, girls who want to be "bad" and play with a guys feelings because she was scorned in the past by a few douche bags happens as well, it goes both ways. Both genders should be called out on their stupid shit, simple.
@canucker90 Well girls don’t have the “bad boy” stereotype that some teenaged boys have but I get where you’re coming from.
@canucker90 Most guys just make bets on the girl, or see which one can be the first one to get her in bed even without him having any baggage or getting scorned.. it’s just unpredictable.
Bad boys are perceived as guys who don't chase, who don't care and have this sex appeal about them for being cocky and rude. Well girls who decide to dress sluttier, have guys come to her, increase her sex appeal, act bitchy are pretty much the same thing. Trust me, I know, I was the so-called "nice guy" who argued with a handful of "bad boys" where the girl in the middle thought getting her bad boy guy that she was sorta dating or with would intimidate me. I know girls from my past who loved the feeling of the whole I have a nice guy on one side and a bad boy on the other. 9 times out of 10, a girl in her teens and 20s and even early 30s will choose the bad boy, until later on she realizes the bad boy will continue messing with her heart. But even though I was perceived as a nice guy, I held my ground with bad boys where if they wanted to fight me, I was down fight them as well. I'm not fighting over a girl but I remember the days of high school where bad boys tried stupid shit and call me a pussy and I would not tolerate it. Women and girls love that thrill, that raw, I-dont-give-a-shit persona, but these bad boys behind closed down are weak minded. I know guys who are 6ft+ and jacked (muscle wise) where they have called me panicking that his parents are trying to find an arranged marriage for him or other stupid things. Unfortunately, girls don't know this stuff, girls assume bad boys are tough 24/7. Nah, I've been around them, they aren't.
@canucker90 Then what about players? Guys whisper sweet nothings and girls succumb to their bullshit, how it usually plays out. I’m well versed in these experiences, and from my experience, it’s the naive teen girl that desires a naive bad boy. I can’t speak on anyone else’s behalf but that’s usually how it goes.Nice guys still have the same motives, they just mask it well and put more effort into courting someone. As opposed to a fuck boy, who would rather just get straight to the point instead of beating around the bush. They don’t want to spoil their dates.I have plenty of Nice Guy™ stories and they all end the same. The false premise is always that they play gentleman and won’t prioritize their interests over yours. One went on and on, a whole spiel about what a great, compassionate guy he was. He was actually just your garden variety, abusive psycho.He once said to me: “I wish you had been abused so you would realise how great I am” after I suggested we didn’t have sex until after a few months have passed.What tf? Who says that?Second turned out to be an awful human being. Was a nice shy guy at first but upon getting into a serious relationship that was just for the public. Behind closed doors was a very insecure person. He had decent looks but was short and skinny with glasses. I didn't mind and never held that against him but it affected his confidence and he took it out on everyone else. Even after trying to work on it for months and always reassuring him he ended up cheating on me several times and then hid behind the nice guy victim thing. Went and told everyone that I was out of his league and just using him as a place to live and I had been the one cheating which wasn’t true. I moved out and got my own place immediately to proceed I could and cut all ties.Point being, we both have drastically differing perspectives that neither of us have experienced.
@canucker90 I don't know why guys place their value in nothing but sex. You think it’s insulting to be friendzoned, but I don’t think you have never been fuckzoned.Is the possibility of fucking them really their only worth to men?They need to learn how to fucking be friends with people.
@canucker90 And of course bad boys aren’t tough, it’s apart of the facade.
I agree. You'll get arguments saying "Well, you were never her friend then..." No shit! I wanted to bang her... but in the same vein, the girl definitely knew the guy liked her and kept him around anyway for the precious attention soooo she was never his friend either.
@Silver158 I hope someday feminists will loose their stranglehold on the public debate, especially when it comes to relationships, and it will be recognized how fucking insane it is to get butthurt when someone you kept around to stroke your ego finally decides it's not worth it.
@goatmeal I don't think it's specifically a feminist thing. I'm sure there are guys who would say the same thing if the role was reversed.
@Silver158 I guess, I just feel like guys would be more likely to sleep with a female friend regardless of whether they had feelings for her. And that they wouldn't hold it against her if she then ended the friendship. I dunno.
@goatmeal You're not wrong there. But, guys are also known to keep female friends that are interested in them around to stroke their ego. It, unfortunately, happens on both sides.
@Silver158 True. I tend to go on anti-feminist rants. I apologise.