By Anonymous - / Friday 22 March 2013 23:21 / Canada - Oakville
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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

17 is right on point. Women who fish for compliments or take pity for themselves, boast about it. Eventually, the guy can't take it anymore and will just agree with whatever she's complaining about. I honestly don't blame the guy

  ColdplaySucks  |  18

Many people who set their standards high secretly know they look good but want people to acknowledge it by saying so.

Others just look at those teenage magazines and are jealous/insecure because it portrays girls with fake bodies and everything saying that's the only way to be happy.

If your boyfriend loves you for who you are, then who gives two shits about what you look? It shouldn't fucken matter what others think anyway, who are they to say they are better if they judge you lower than them?

  TheNewGuy03  |  26

She quite literally asked for it. She tried to elicit flowery compliments using self-deprecation, but he didn't fall for it. I personally wouldn't respond the same way he did, but I am certainly not surprised, especially if this happens often.

Also, see 24's comment.

  Doodleoodlebug  |  18

The truth hurts sometimes. OP shouldn't have asked the question if she didn't want an honest answer. Remember, lies may make you feel better but they're never going to stop you looking terrible.

  ItsJustMe1616  |  26

Actually he is a pretty classy guy for being honest. He is dating her isn't he? He obviously sees something he likes in her, and apparently he has looked past her physical downfalls (if she even has them. Her feeling insecure about her body could just be completely all in her head from the get go). She attempted to manipulate him into complimenting her. She could've just said "I'm feeling insecure right now." And the conversation would've hopefully been a lot different. But instead OP decided to try to use manipulation to get what she wanted (something she probably does a lot) so it blew up in her face. Get over it. Sorry for not feeling sorry for you because your manipulative games don't work on everybody all the time.

  kakarot2  |  11

Nope.. She put her self up for that. First love yourself and then expect others to do the same. I would have said the same thing to my gf because if I'm with her, I obviously like her and she is just looking for attention the wrong way.

  Zaros_fml  |  24

@11 According to your username "fuckuimpretty" and your hidden profile I find it ironic that you would be commenting on this. Been in a similar situation, have you?

  Metallica36176  |  16

#11: Its called telling the truth. If you can't handle it, don't ask. This isnt his fault. Its hers. I'm tired of guys getting blamed for women being stupid and complicated. She deserved it 99%-100%

  Petrichor_fml  |  7

She asked for his opinion, at least he was honest enough to tell her now rather than later... It still doesn't give her the right to slap him regardless if how harsh the comment was.

  Metallica36176  |  16

And if she did slap him, I hope he slapped her back. God you people are so stupid. Oh that's right, if a woman fishes for a compliment a guy is a dick if he doesn't bite. Bullshit.

  Btdtgts  |  21

He did finish his sentence

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