By Dana - 10/05/2011 08:36 - Netherlands
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#1, you gotta be kidding with me... really. A girl goes to her crush, and tells her what does she feeling about him, opens her heart; and to receive what? "nice rack."... compliment in the highest manor... it is not what OP should think. OP should just understand that actually that guy is a total dumb and knows nothing, literally nothing, about woman, just like you, and get over it. A 15 years old brat tells "Most guys think of it as a compliment in the highest manor when giving it." ... lol
167- Please calm down. I am sorry that my comment offended you or anyone else. It is obviously not my intention to make comments intending to get people angry at me. I may only be fifteen but I am a male and I know how men function. It may not seem like a compliment but a lot of men are too self conscious to pour their heart out to a woman. They may be worried that it will make them seem like less of a man. Everyone is entitled their own opinion on how they respond to things, but you don't really have a right to make assumptions about me that are based on little more than a brief biography on Fmylife.com.
^this is coming from the person who tells me "that I don't even know how I function". There was nothing I said that was even mildly ignorant in my comment. I said that OP should take it as a compliment because a lot of boys and men think of it as a great compliment when it is not. There is no other way I can explain my comment. You were an asshole to me and you obviously do not even know what ignorance is.
So just because I am not a grown man means I have no clue how men function? I go to a high school that has people up to age 18. I have a brother who is an adult. I may not know how a grown man functions completely but I know enough that when a guy is saying good things about women's breasts to another guy, they are not saying something negative about her. It might not be a woman's opinion of a great compliment, but guys think it is. I may only be fifteen but that's not to say I don't think the same way about women as a twenty year old. This really doesn't matter anymore lulututu. We both have different opinions and if we keep arguing, we will never reach a conclusion.
IAmScrubs has a point. Plus, the Op is using high school terminology (in my mind) "crush" and "pouring my heart out" and the fact that she mentions he makes "straight A's" and not that he has a good job. So I think Scrubs opinion on how a teenage male works would be valid. That said, as a female getting told you have a "nice rack" by someone you are not sexually active with is not always an insult. My best friend John constantly tells his girlfriend she has "nice boobs" and she is just the sort of girl who likes that. They are also sexually active, so they are allowed to talk like that to each other. For the rest of the population of males, don't tell a girl she has a nice rack after the tells you she likes you. Turn her down or tell her you are only interested in her for sex. Honesty would be the best policy.
Yeah, but being educated (and acting nice) isn't the same as being nice. There are many straight-Assholes. It might be an ice-breaker, it might be a compliment, but it's definitely not something you say after someone admitted his/her love to you. I'm imagining what would happen if a guy told me his feelings and I answered with 'nice ass'. It's just not a proper answer.
I hate these little kids that always talk about sex as if they had ever had it before. If one had ever done so with any meaning at all, he/she would realise that sex is not some little fucking retarded joke. Yes, I realise how many thumb downs I'm going to get from the very same people I just spoke of.
Take that as a compliment OP. Most guys think of it as a compliment in the highest manor when giving it.
just because he gets straight A's doesn't mean he has no dick