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General) While it is true that many women do love a good challenge, this first point isn't always true. I suppose it is if you're going for the extremely hot women that are also shallow and will throw you in the friend zone for being sweet, but the sweet girls admire the trait of seeming to be a good boyfriend. For instance, the guy I like seems amazing in every way, and is always the perfect gentleman towards me. I want to be with him, but I am the one who has been friendzoned. I also only ever go for guys that act this way, and only rarely end up with a complete jerk who was pretending to be nice. Also, I don't think about sex when I try to get with a guy. I don't need to perceive them as "fun and sexy", I just want someone who would be there for me and who I could talk to. Sex isn't even important.1.) What's wrong with having things in common? I find it much sexier to be able to have fun with my boyfriend than to be completely different people. Of course, my idea of a perfect date is having pizza on the couch while watching a corny horror movie and then playing video games all night. I don't want someone who never wants to do anything with me.2.) True, impressing women can be a huge turn-off in the relationship department, but not because of the boyfriend quality factor. Actually, the reason we hate it is because you seem full of yourself and that's really annoying. That, or you make us feel entirely insignificant. Oh, you're the manager of a company? Well great, I'll just go back to working at WalMart..3.) True, but again for the wrong reasons. I love a guy who will agree with me that players suck, and I am not attracted to said players at all. However, in general, I don't want someone who agrees with me on everything. It would be incredibly boring to be in a relationship where we can't have intellectual discussions about things, or if we were the exact same person. Sharing interests is still great, but we don't need to share EVERYTHING.4.) We don't always want sex, but we do appreciate guys who can make a move. To be honest, I would rather date a guy who gave me a kiss on the first date, or the second one than someone who tried to take me home after it. If a guy tried to sleep with me after a movie the first time we got together, or probably even after the third date, I probably wouldn't speak to them again. Not because I'm shrewd, but because I do respect myself.5.) Wait, what? I don't want to be given things in general, but I would think that most women would feel more pressured to be with you if you were giving her things all the time. Especially if dating you could mean they get more stuff.6.) Having a boyfriend that would listen to my problems and help me at all would be a godsend. In fact, the guy I want to be with me listens to me. We stayed up chatting for five hours back and forth just about life. It was amazing.7.) You shouldn't need to change anyway. I don't like masculine dominance though.8.) No.
8.) No, I want someone who focuses on me. Why would I want a guy who pays absolutely no attention to me? What's the point in even having a relationship then.Final note) I hate the guy talking in this video. His cocky attitude is pissing me off, and he thinks he knows everything. In the end, women like compassionate guys. Yeah, maybe not the 20-year old vixens who rules the parties, but the ones that are sophisticated and worth your time. Do you want a girlfriend or a slut?
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