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Well it's not so much that guys like the damsel in distress as much as we understand the general response we can expect after helping a girl in distress. Thus when we see someone in distress we see an opportunity and jump into action with the understanding or at least hope of the girl seeing us in a favorable light..
The idea of "Its 2018. Save yourself" is growing... But we're still evil for that too lol. www.thesun.co.uk/.../
Hey don't count me in with those guys I don't like them at all whoever I get with has to bring something to the table I don't care I'm not saving anybody and I'm not a dick for saying that
I don't I hate it and I think it's disgusting. It's a very manipulative and terrible act.
I hope you're trolling
@JakeFromSteakArm How's that me trolling?
@JakeFromSteakArm Did you really read what I typed? I think you need to reread what I said.
@JakeFromSteakArm how is it manipulative?
asker I think you meant to respond to me not him lol.
I read what you typed, call me stupid but it sounds like you don't like the idea of a 'damsel in distress'
@JakeFromSteakArm Why would I? It's a behavior you really only see in gold diggers, women with mental disorders, and women with self entitlement issues.
I'd say it is more of our natural human behavior.Male's and female's were made to think and act slightly differently, and I think a man protecting a woman would fall in line with what is 'natural' behavior.So mental disorder's, definitely not. Gold diggers and women with self entitlement issues possibly but doesn't seem like a valid point.
@JakeFromSteakArm Actually I think a lot of women with personality disorders like borderline, narcissistic, and histrionic can epitomize the damsel in distress for attention and protection.
I can agree with that, I am just saying that doesn't think it is enough to reinforce his original comment.
@JakeFromSteakArm "a young woman in trouble (with the implication that the woman needs to be rescued, as by a prince in a fairy tale)." This is the term in the dictionary in quotation marks. Actually the definition compared to other literature terms is quite vague. However in my opinion usually a person who acts like they need to be saved and protected is usually just "crying wolf." To me a woman who actually is in trouble and needs defending isn't' a dismal in distress but rather me just seeing a wrong and trying to defend that victim. Male or female.
Well i like it cause she'll come very close to me squirming and pointing at the insects and want me to do something about it. Afterward she said "My hero" and give me a kiss is all worth it!
More fun, i suppose
We don't well I don't 😂 they're such a drag
It's a classic.
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