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Posted 11/3/12 , edited 11/3/12

IHav2Fart wrote:


CalifCat wrote:

( a panel of MEN admitted to these secrets)!

5. Worried that you're turning into your mother.

4. Overwhelmed with the idea of being with one person forever.

3. They don't know what they are doing down there.

2. They are jealous of their single friends.

1. They watch more porn then we know.

Before anyone caps on me, I like men, and am just trying to understand them. So please maybe add to the list, or comment on the list. I have a feeling this could get alittle rough.





#5 No, I am not worried she's turning out like my momma! love my momma!

#4 If I were able to find that lucky 1 person I would love the idea of spending the rest of my life with her. Unfortunately a lot of people nowadays just want to have a good time.

#3 That's not what she said before.

#2 Am not jelous of single friends as we are .
I am envious of my taken friends though.

#1 Not always true, I know a lot of you ladies out there are freaks! Get real and just admit you're just as horny as we men are! I met some friends with benefits that wanted to do the nasty nasty more often than me.


i think this is talking about married or taken men.

its typical for a wife/gf to start acting like your mum.

and the idea of it is confusing with expectations and what your programed to do. most people think they have to try to be stars, and just confuse themselves.

the idea of commitment is overwhelming when you aren't sure that she is the one.

your single friends don't have to commit themselves. and worry about the annoying small points that you are doing on the sake of love.

and the expected rate for most girlfriends is anywhere from 0-1 a year unless she knows that your going to a strip club or something along that line.
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starlightpriestess wrote:


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LMFAO
I don't understand the last one though..


I'm pretty sure I got the "tight" part.


hahahaa I'm thinking tight as in a tight p***y


Ya but something more behind.


anus? lol Well, its pretty self explanatory why men prefer a tight p***y..
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Hmm i've never ran into this kinda problem. Never seen a dude tryin to look at me when i'm pissing lol.
But there is the fact that us "Men" Go around flashing each other for practical jokes But thats pretty much in highschool.





Lot's of dissent.

Oh ok, My Apologies gentlemen for that very offensive Humor.

Posted 11/5/12 , edited 11/5/12

starlightpriestess wrote:


nightbreeds wrote:



Hmm i've never ran into this kinda problem. Never seen a dude tryin to look at me when i'm pissing lol.
But there is the fact that us "Men" Go around flashing each other for practical jokes But thats pretty much in highschool.





Lot's of dissent.

Oh ok, My Apologies gentlemen for that very offensive Humor.



Nah its ok XD they just need to have more confidence in their heterosexuality. . You dare insinuate any of us seen another mans PP? >_> , seeing someone elses wang automatically even by accident makes you not straight.
Posted 11/5/12
The one secret that matters more than I ever expected in a relationship: The male ego is more fragile than most women realize and most men are willing to ever admit.

http://www.oprah.com/relationships/The-Glass-Ego
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The one secret that matters more than I ever expected in a relationship: The male ego is more fragile than most women realize and most men are willing to ever admit.

http://www.oprah.com/relationships/The-Glass-Ego


Read the first page, and all i could feel was that this was 90% BS lol, im sure theres more of its thats true, and this is only my own experience :)

Okay, i cant proove or disproove anything about this, but the thing about generalization is that it sucks, and this (in my case) isnt true at all.

I can say that i've had somewhat of a shitty ego at one point in life, and i did really feel hurt when random comments, but the thing here is ur partner that does this, which in my experience theres never been any confusion like in this:


Let's say a woman asks her husband to pick up a half-gallon of orange juice after work. When he arrives home empty-handed, she's irritated. She might offhandedly say, "You are so irresponsible." All he hears is the word irresponsible. He beleives she's saying he's irresponsible in general. He thinks, "What about all the months I paid the mortgage? Does one slipup erase all my effort? And why is she overreacting?"


I've never generalized about things like that, these men he is be refereing to .... i guess there is a reason why they're seeing a psychologist.

But even if my GF would call me useless/irresponsible etc i wouldnt mind, simply because i acknowledge its her evaulation of me, and then if i want to i try to improve on it :)
But then again, there might be some time in my life where i have a shitty period and it really affects me, but at that time i dont think i would do much different tbh. Who knows? Mby i fall inlove with some bitch who goes berserk and destroys me psychologically and have to go to a psychologist so i can become the next part of statistics made by bitchy women i dont think its much more then that lol ^^


And about secrets of men? Without women we're in our own shit up to our necks, women helps us get straight, tidy etc. So yeah, if you think we're bad to live with, you should see us alone ^_^

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Speak for yourself, Kronikle. I'm doing just fine personally.

Oprah extrapolates a lot in her writings. Not all of it is completely inaccurate, but she makes it sound worse than it actually is.
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Speak for yourself, Kronikle. I'm doing just fine personally.

Oprah extrapolates a lot in her writings. Not all of it is completely inaccurate, but she makes it sound worse than it actually is.


Talking bout being messy? Yeah i was more or less just countering the above posters generalization
Posted 11/5/12 , edited 11/5/12

StealthWar42 wrote:

Oprah extrapolates a lot in her writings. Not all of it is completely inaccurate, but she makes it sound worse than it actually is.


Oprah didn't do this research. She was interviewing Jay Carter. I had previously read his earlier book Nasty People over a decade ago, and I appreciated his pragmatic approach.


kronikle wrote:

Talking bout being messy? Yeah i was more or less just countering the above posters generalization :D


I'm a near-schizoid introvert (MBTI type INTP - there's another temperament "generalization" for you to pick apart), so to me, most people aren't as thick-skinned as me and chafe at my candidness. People assume I am arrogant (or in your case overly general) when I am merely attempting brevity. I am not a chit-chatter. I just want to get the info out and keep the communication efficient and move on. This is, however, a bit more brusque than most people (and in my 30+ years experience especially men who were emotionally attached to me) prefer.

Yes, you may not be like most men and this probably doesn't apply to you at all, just as I am probably very atypical of most women, but in my experience dealing with people as a professional in the hospitality industry for over a decade, men tended to take offense at the negative things women say to them much more easily than the women do when the men say things to them - either that, or the men were just so much worse at hiding it.
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um secrets... men dont have secrets, everyone knows it


Exactly.
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My apologies - I had speed-read through the pages and missed who was writing the analysis.
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A man who answers ANY of these or any other questions will have his man card revoked! Read. Your. Man code. Handbook!
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Zero! Questions! Must! Be! Answered!
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5: worried that i'm turning into my mother.

4: afraid of getting cheated on!

3: afraid of getting rejected.

2: am i making her feel good?

1: i wonder if the girl i spend the rest of my life likes anime.......
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Posted 11/5/12 , edited 11/5/12

WackyFiasco wrote:

The one secret that matters more than I ever expected in a relationship: The male ego is more fragile than most women realize and most men are willing to ever admit.

http://www.oprah.com/relationships/The-Glass-Ego


Just read this and man I hate this one so much(Below). Girl i was with told me to grow up and stop playing video games/ watching anime to the point told her to get the fuck out. I don't even do either on a daily basis usually only at night when i have nothing to do or am bored.

Q: You've written that when a woman begins to care deeply for a man, he becomes her home-improvement project. Why?

A: A woman often marries a man for his potential. If women married men for who they actually were, there would be far fewer marriages. When a woman loves a man, she says to herself, 'I could improve him. Once we're together, things will be different.' Since I began my practice in 1977, I've heard this refrain hundreds of times. I try to get it across to the woman that what she sees is what she gets. This is him. If he's drinking every Friday and Saturday night, look forward to a lifetime of weekend alcoholism. He may cut out Friday, but he'll still be a drinker. Men tend to resist change. In fact, one of the most prized characteristics of a man's friendship with other men is total acceptance. When a woman begins to encourage a man to live up to his potential, he misunderstands that as her overall dissatisfaction with him. What he feels is tantamount to what women feel when men don't hear and respond to what they say they need.

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