By kdehshaden - 30/04/2012 08:25 - United States
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No 66, you did NOT see what I did there. Since it must be spelled out for you, I am 19, and I prefer a woman who keeps a natural bush. Go ahead, sue me for growing up in the wrong generation. And 69, men and women made it millenia without shaving being mainstream. And being sanitary is just that, being sanitary. Shaving doesn't suddenly make you "more clean," you can shave and still be unsanitary with yourself. Just like a woman who doesn't shave isn't suddenly "dirtier," no matter what a woman does, it's up to them to keep down their clean, shaving or not isn't a factor. Until just recently, and I'm not sure there are studies to prove it one way or another, it was actually seen as more sanitary for a woman not to be cleanly shaven/waxed, because that hair is designed to keep bacteria out of more sensitive areas. This applies to men and women alike, it just isn't as mainstream for men to be clean shaven (though I know it is becoming more common to trim it short
Followed by "sorry ladies who shave." Also, since you seem to have missed it, the latter like 3/4 of my comment was in response to the person saying that shaving is more sanitary. On my phone, at least, comments have gotten jumbled and numbers mixed up, so the numbers may be throwing things off on who I meant my comments to
Why does everyone think I am pissed off because I spent more than 30 seconds typing a one line response? I didn't realize that a bit of text = RAGE!!!!!!!!! For that, I appologize, and much of the misunderstand would be that none of you know me, or that, even on the internet, I tend to respond with more than a oneliner. Figured the lack of !!!!!one111!!!one and vilgarity would make me come across as calm as I actually am.
Thats just ****** up. You push him to do something he obviously didn't want to do, then you laugh at him for it.
I'd be pissed too. You convince him to do something and then laugh at him for it? Not okay.
Women are ****** up. They say they want a nice guy, but then they go for a douche bag asshole. They say personality matters more than looks, but they go to great lengths to look good and look for an attractive guy. They tell you to shave your pubes, then laugh at you after doing it. It will NEVER logically make sense.
Your attempt at sarcasm was terrible. Also considering some of the more recent FML's are about wives cheating on their husbands I'm not surprised. Most girls I've known and dated have cheated on their significant others. No duh she doesn't represent the whole female population but I can guarantee that almost every guy here has a story about a woman doing something messed up. OP asked her husband to shave his pubes, laughed at him and then says that HER life is ******? What?! How does that work? We guys have our faults too don't get me wrong. It's just that it seems to me that most girls don't know what they want. Girls date douche bag guys who beat them up and then the girls are surprised when said douche bag cheats. Giving the real nice men a bad rap.
They don't date douchebag guys who beat them up. They date seemingly nice guys who turn into douchebags that beat them up, generally after they feel emotionally invested so then they don't want to leave (or maybe they're scared of leaving). Not saying that's ALL girls, but the majority don't happily waltz into a douchebags arms knowing what he is.
They date douchebags cause they friendzone the nice guys. Do you have any idea how many of my female friends come running to me because they are fighting with their bf, eventually break up, seek comfort in me, tell me I'm a great guy to them, then skip right over me and go to the next ass hole, leaving the cycle to repeat itself?
Not all girls are like that. I love my husband very much and have complete respect for him. I despise cheats and liars and women who treat men in this way. A lot of the girls that do stuff like this hide behind a face full of makeup and when they take it off they are ugly not only on the outside but also on the inside. They don't deserve to have decent men.
Honestly 82, you say you're a "nice, respectable guy" but you're calling all women stupid based on the story/and the ones you know and trashing the hell out of them. Sorry, but that isn't exactly "nice" - no wonder girls don't like you back. And even if you are a nice guy and we're just seeing a bad side of you, you being friend zoned isn't necessarily because of women being assholes, but maybe because THEY WANT TO BE YOUR FRIEND. Seriously, I know being friend-zoned hurts (I've been there- guys do it to girls too, you know), but you shouldn't be bitter about it. She isn't obligated to love you just because you're nice to her. (Sorry if I'm rambling, but I find the friend zoning thing really ridiculous.) Although the pube thing was stupid, and I agree she deserved it… SOME women are ****** up, I agree with that. (:
Franz, the thing with friendzoning that gets to guys is when its the girls we want to be with and they are always saying "you're such a great guy, why can't I find a guy like you???" then we are like "I'm a guy like me!" and they go "Wtf! No! You're my friend!" then they go date someone else, break up, and come back to telling us how they wish they could find a guy with us but for whatever reason we aren't enough like "us" for them.
It's because attraction is more than just finding a nice, polite, awesome guy. There has to be that "spark". I've met plenty of guys I wished I could love in that way because they are great people, but love doesn't work that way (at least not in my case). It's a huge combination of factors that makes one attractive to another, and sometimes you're simply not attracted to someone that seemingly ticks all the boxes. It's not that we "friendzone" (god, I hate that word) people because we're blind to how great a person you are, the attraction is just not there.
Yet somehow, these complete **** sticks that they are with, and constantly complaining about not checking ANY of these boxes, check the only one we don't, the only one that apparently matters. And guys like myself don't have the friend zone issue with just one woman, its many, thankfully I've finally found the one woman whose final box I managed to check.
@189 - that's the problem with falling in love with someone. Sometimes you just don't see their bad sides anymore and they seem all perfect... Until later when you find out they're complete assholes. That's why I personally don't start dating until the most intense time of that "being in love" is over so I can have more realistic view at people :p.
210, did this guy already have a reputation as an ass hole though? Friendzoned guys usually see their crushes going for guys that are smokin hot but already have a reputation as a total ass hat. Hell I see that with people I have no interest in, like my sisters. I have one sister who knows some total douche bags, yet about once or twice a month, she gives one of them another chance, this has been happening for over a year, with the same like 4 guys
Franz I understand how I could look like not a nice guy right now. But you have to understand that I've never cheated, never physically abused women. I've been the type of guy that will get flowers for a girl and randomly tell her throughout the day that she's pretty or that I'm thinking of her. It's not like I'm a doormat but I try to do the right things and I still get burned. So to say that because I'm saying these things about SOME women that I think are wrong and for you to ASSUME that I'm not a nice guy for venting about it is stupid. But like I said look at all these guys on this post telling their stories of the same stuff I'm taking about. I'm not the only one that thinks these things.
222: I understand venting about being rejected, since it does indeed suck balls. But venting about women themselves isn't fair; it's not like they friend-zone you for fun and really, when you look at it fairly, it isn't anyone's "fault"- it just ends up sucking for you guys. Honestly, is it not better for someone to be rejected than lied to? If every chick pretended to be attracted to every guy that liked her things obviously wouldn't turn out well, so it's for the best sometimes. And sorry, but I still don't think you're a nice guy if you can't see the girl's point of view here- I know actual nice guys, and they're usually pretty understanding. (And no, I've never friend zoned any of them, before anyone tries to suggest that.) Overall, I just think complaining about chicks not liking you despite being a nice guy that deserves love is like complaining about not winning the lottery despite being poor. Sure, it would be well-deserved, but that doesn't mean you're entitled to it nor does it mean you'll get it. As for girls saying, "I want a guy like you!" I guess it has to do with attraction, although I'm not gonna lie, I'm a chick and I don't understand that one. A previous commenter mentioned a "spark," so I suppose that's how it is for some people- just like how you guys don't like every girl friend you hang out with even if they're cool people, girls aren't going to like every guy. /essay
#142 I have a joke for you, How many friend-zoned guys does it take to change a lightbulb? None. They'll all just compliment it, then get mad when it won't screw! (By the way, if a girl knows that you like them, they'll usually consider you for a relationship. If she doesn't pursue it, then it's not friend-zone, it means she likes you as a friend. That's still a good thing, if you didn't know.)
Is he that mad? All you did was laugh at him after he did something that you wanted him to do. You poor thing.