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why are bf's so protective over their girl?
Posted 1/3/09

pam-chan wrote:

ahahah! funny question.
my gawdness... because he loves her and her doesn't want anyone hanging out
or making moves on his girl. get that? ahaha!


Translation:
He's a controlling, overbearing scumbag who thinks he has the right to tell his girl how to live her life.

By the way, "gawdness" isn't a word.


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yeh i dont know y guys r so protective of there girls either
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Because he loves her more than anything and won't allow anything to take her away. <3
My boyfriend is like that, and I loooooooove it.
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Posted 1/3/09

ShadowGryphon wrote:


pam-chan wrote:

ahahah! funny question.
my gawdness... because he loves her and her doesn't want anyone hanging out
or making moves on his girl. get that? ahaha!


Translation:
He's a controlling, overbearing scumbag who thinks he has the right to tell his girl how to live her life.

By the way, "gawdness" isn't a word.


USE PROPER ENGLISH PEOPLE!


okay okay... sorry "my goodness"

no actually... i think its out of love.

and he wouldn't do that if the girl's not flirtatious or anything right?
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Emerald_86 wrote:

Mine are never like that


it's okay. .lol.
Posted 1/3/09

pam-chan wrote:


okay okay... sorry "my goodness"

no actually... i think its out of love.

and he wouldn't do that if the girl's not flirtatious or anything right?


As I said in a previous post, I have NEVER seen anything involving an "over-protective" boyfriend turn out any way but bad.

As a Police dispatcher I am the one that gets the phone calls from people. And I've had to dispatch many DV calls where the "over-protective" boyfriend became abusive because someone ELSE flirted with the idiots girlfriend........ and the girlfriend didn't return the flirting.

But it didn't matter to the "over-protective" boyfriend, his girlfriend was involved (in spite of NOT actually having done anything) and THAT was enough to cause the "over-protective" boyfriend to go from protective to abusive.

And to put the ALL blame the girlfriend is so wrong-headed it's not funny. Hell I'm a flirt (yes my wife knows) but I don't take it beyond anything but being friendly. In fact I've seen these very same "over-protective" boyfriends be the kind that cheat on their girlfriends, but God forbid the girlfriend even have so much as a single gay male friend (stupidity and irrationality knows no bounds).

So do you still think it's out of love ?
I think it's out of the boyfriends idea that he OWNS the girlfriend and therefore thinks he has the right to control her.

Wrong idea, that.
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Posted 1/3/09
Pure nature and instinct.

That is how we are made and taught to be ever since childhood by most parents.

I am willing to just about anything to protect my friends, family and future girlfriend/wife.

That is atleast how I was raised and I am proud of it.
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ShadowGryphon wrote:


pam-chan wrote:


okay okay... sorry "my goodness"

no actually... i think its out of love.

and he wouldn't do that if the girl's not flirtatious or anything right?


As I said in a previous post, I have NEVER seen anything involving an "over-protective" boyfriend turn out any way but bad.

As a Police dispatcher I am the one that gets the phone calls from people. And I've had to dispatch many DV calls where the "over-protective" boyfriend became abusive because someone ELSE flirted with the idiots girlfriend........ and the girlfriend didn't return the flirting.

But it didn't matter to the "over-protective" boyfriend, his girlfriend was involved (in spite of NOT actually having done anything) and THAT was enough to cause the "over-protective" boyfriend to go from protective to abusive.

And to put the ALL blame the girlfriend is so wrong-headed it's not funny. Hell I'm a flirt (yes my wife knows) but I don't take it beyond anything but being friendly. In fact I've seen these very same "over-protective" boyfriends be the kind that cheat on their girlfriends, but God forbid the girlfriend even have so much as a single gay male friend (stupidity and irrationality knows no bounds).

So do you still think it's out of love ?
I think it's out of the boyfriends idea that he OWNS the girlfriend and therefore thinks he has the right to control her.

Wrong idea, that.


See this, this is how a man should be: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySNWVBDutaI
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Posted 1/3/09

ShadowGryphon wrote:


pam-chan wrote:


okay okay... sorry "my goodness"

no actually... i think its out of love.

and he wouldn't do that if the girl's not flirtatious or anything right?


As I said in a previous post, I have NEVER seen anything involving an "over-protective" boyfriend turn out any way but bad.

As a Police dispatcher I am the one that gets the phone calls from people. And I've had to dispatch many DV calls where the "over-protective" boyfriend became abusive because someone ELSE flirted with the idiots girlfriend........ and the girlfriend didn't return the flirting.

But it didn't matter to the "over-protective" boyfriend, his girlfriend was involved (in spite of NOT actually having done anything) and THAT was enough to cause the "over-protective" boyfriend to go from protective to abusive.

And to put the ALL blame the girlfriend is so wrong-headed it's not funny. Hell I'm a flirt (yes my wife knows) but I don't take it beyond anything but being friendly. In fact I've seen these very same "over-protective" boyfriends be the kind that cheat on their girlfriends, but God forbid the girlfriend even have so much as a single gay male friend (stupidity and irrationality knows no bounds).

So do you still think it's out of love ?
I think it's out of the boyfriends idea that he OWNS the girlfriend and therefore thinks he has the right to control her.

Wrong idea, that.


hey. im not arguing with you. im just stating my ideas. don't i have the right?
i've experience having a boyfriend and he's protective.. not "over protective" and abusive so that's what i think and im not putting all the blame to the girlfriend, cause not all girlfriends are flirtatious. its just that they sometimes create the impression of being unfaithful and who would want their girlfriends to be labeled as sluts or something like that.

its not my problem that you're job involves those things and your perspective of things are different to mine. im just answering the topic so dont blame me if my ideas dont agree with yours. im just sharing.
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Posted 1/3/09

sophiadoughty wrote:

They dont want anyone else to have her
^___^


well said. thats how i feel too.
Posted 1/3/09

pam-chan wrote:
hey. im not arguing with you. im just stating my ideas. don't i have the right?
i've experience having a boyfriend and he's protective.. not "over protective" and abusive so that's what i think and im not putting all the blame to the girlfriend, cause not all girlfriends are flirtatious. its just that they sometimes create the impression of being unfaithful and who would want their girlfriends to be labeled as sluts or something like that.

its not my problem that you're job involves those things and your perspective of things are different to mine. im just answering the topic so dont blame me if my ideas dont agree with yours. im just sharing.


I'm not arguing either.

There is a marked difference between protective and over-protective.
So why don't you take your own advice and relax.





TorSimon wrote:

Pure nature and instinct.

That is how we are made and taught to be ever since childhood by most parents.

I am willing to just about anything to protect my friends, family and future girlfriend/wife.

That is at least how I was raised and I am proud of it.


So you were taught to overreact like that goon in the vid you posted ?

As I said before It's one thing to protect, it's another to act blindly and stupidly.
There's no honor in that.

Posted 1/3/09
Maybe they dont want another man ridin on their girl everytime they turn their shoulder...
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pacelia wrote:

Maybe they dont want another man ridin on their girl everytime they turn their shoulder...


naughty thought but quite true. *nods*

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Posted 1/3/09

ShadowGryphon wrote:


pam-chan wrote:
hey. im not arguing with you. im just stating my ideas. don't i have the right?
i've experience having a boyfriend and he's protective.. not "over protective" and abusive so that's what i think and im not putting all the blame to the girlfriend, cause not all girlfriends are flirtatious. its just that they sometimes create the impression of being unfaithful and who would want their girlfriends to be labeled as sluts or something like that.

its not my problem that you're job involves those things and your perspective of things are different to mine. im just answering the topic so dont blame me if my ideas dont agree with yours. im just sharing.


I'm not arguing either.

There is a marked difference between protective and over-protective.
So why don't you take your own advice and relax.




your scaring me a bit you know. its as if you're angry and stuff.


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Posted 1/27/09
are they really protective..

i have seen my schoolmates..
i never witnessed the boy protecting his girl
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