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Post Reply Do guys like receiving sultry pictures of their girlfriends?
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Posted 11/21/13
so as a guy this is a REALLY easy question. The answer is yes. Guys like receiving sultry pictures of their girlfriends. Done nothing to see here move along.

As for his responses that is a harder question that I can't answer. I would ask, but I can say long distance relationships are hard and I can't make them work.
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Posted 11/21/13 , edited 11/21/13
I love that stuff.

I think it helps in long-distance relationships(been in a few of those before myself), when you hardly ever see each other much and all you have to resort to is calling and messaging each other. A picture of how you're doing or just a simple tease can go a long way in those kinds of situations.

Even when you're not in a long-distance relationship, I still think it serves a purpose to spice things up.

I'm not judging for all my fellow men here, but if you receive a remotely sexy picture of a girl and don't bite at it, I think that's a tad...Strange, if I may say so. My opinion like some of the others is that he's irritated he can't be there with you right now. Lonely and frustrated he can't see you, that kind of thing. Then again, he could just be faking it to hide how he really feels about them. And there's also the insane but perfectly possible thought that he might not like this kind of stuff that much.

What is it they say, distance makes the heart grow fonder? Also, I maintain the notion that communication and absolute honesty are the keys to a good relationship.
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I think a one liner response from a boyfriend after he received a "racy" picture of you is the a appropriate reaction . His mind is probably preoccupied thinking about you than forming an elaborate response consisting of several sentences.
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Posted 11/21/13
i will just answer simply, i do not. save the good stuff for the bedroom.
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Posted 11/22/13

fav_blasian_girl wrote:

I think a one liner response from a boyfriend after he received a "racy" picture of you is the a appropriate reaction . His mind is probably preoccupied thinking about you than forming an elaborate response consisting of several sentences.


This.

I try to say good things and give compliments when I get one but I can imagine that some people might want to keep that 'cool guy' aura and not say too much even though they clearly like it. Or they like it so much they have trouble coming up with better responses.
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Posted 11/22/13
Having been around for a few years(an having 3 daughters), I would say that unless he's vary shy, I would say he's on the verge of telling you goodby. I'm not trying to be rude, that just what it sounds like to me.
Posted 11/22/13 , edited 11/22/13
It's all fine and dandy until I run out of compliments. I hate giving and receiving compliments. It makes me feel like such a douche (Quoting "You make me feel like such a whore."). So don't make a habit out of it.

I'm also not enticed by a photo as much as the context it brings; she either has to be a natural at displaying different kinds of attitudes, or she's going to have to be really good with words. Or both. Just looking good in a photo or an outfit doesn't really do anything for me.

Not that I would care much, when going by what you're saying, you would choose a materialistic opportunity over being with me. That would kind of kill our relationship instantly, on my side, because that means that you value me about as much as you would a pair of old shoes. And I probably wouldn't tell you, because at the time of your departure I wouldn't have been able to consciously process the reality of your actions.
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Posted 11/22/13 , edited 11/22/13
Lol, well I'm sure they do, you'd be hard pressed to find a guy who wouldn't want you to send that kinda stuff
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Posted 11/22/13
Some males enjoy receiving those types of pictures and some do not, same for females.

You can always tell him what does he like about the photos you send or say how you feel about that to maybe stop the one liners(?) Not sure what to reply on that since I will never be in that situation, let alone with a boyfriend. To me, you are still in the stage of getting to know each other, and if you happen to break up, who knows what he may do with those suggestive photos of you.
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Posted 11/22/13 , edited 11/22/13
Never been in a relationship but i would definitely say yes.

I would be careful though, about the pictures you send. I would make sure you completely trust who you are sending the pictures to because some douche bags might post it on the internet or send to friends or do other terrible things with it.
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Posted 11/23/13
I'm not trying to go to jail if your underage, so No.
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Posted 11/23/13
I agree with the idea of keeping the intimate stuff for when you two are actually face-to-face.
If you still want to send him pictures, send him pictures of you in every day type of stuff: at work, out and about, or just being comfortable on the couch with popcorn and watching a movie. Maybe even a picture or two of you holding a sign letting him know you miss him and how you feel about him [corny, I know! ].
Congratulations on your new job and enjoy this new experience. I'm sure he is rooting for you while you and he are having to be separated.
I hope this helped a bit.
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Posted 11/23/13
If I were in his position I'd probably enjoy receiving the pictures, but it can be awkward to think of how to reply in a situation like that. Infact I would probably reply like he has, it wouldn't mean I don't like it though.
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Posted 11/23/13 , edited 11/23/13

tinyd0t wrote:


I've been dating my boyfriend for a year now and in the past 3 months I have moved abroad for a new job, and in order to keep things exciting between us, I try to send him pictures of myself from time to time, but his responses are always one liners like "that's nice" or just tell me to behave.

Is that normal?


If those are his responses then he either

- feels very uncomfortably receiving those pictures
- is very young and doesn't know what to think of them
- /Edit: this probably doesn't apply. Removed.

Either way, I would speak with him "face-to-face" when you have a chance about them. It's important to speak to men in person when you're discussing intimate subjects because their mouth lies, but their body language doesn't. Men have a lot of societal and childhood hang-ups about viewing nudity...

All men are liars where intimacy is concerned. No phone calls, texts, emails.... you need to looking into his eyes.

Try not sending them for a while and see if he mentions their absence. That would be a tell.
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27 / M / U.S.A.
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Posted 11/23/13
Do i like recieving them?? Hell yeah i do. In fact, send me more.
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