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Having More Male Friends or Having More Female Friends?
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Posted 7/2/15

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Women!
I don't have to play the alpha-male bullshit with most of the women I know.

Guys are generally kind of stupid about that... I find I'm more of a "redneck" than most of the rednecks I know. Most of the men I know are surprised when they find out I can rebuild an engine, build my own computer, out-fish most of them and still make a good turkey and stuffing dinner for Thanksgiving . . . WITH candied yams and mashed potatoes . . . and pumpkin pie. Oh ... and put 5 rounds inside a quarter-inch at 300 yards with my 22-250.


Cheatin to use a 22-250
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VZ68 wrote:


GrateSaiyaman wrote:

Women!
I don't have to play the alpha-male bullshit with most of the women I know.

Guys are generally kind of stupid about that... I find I'm more of a "redneck" than most of the rednecks I know. Most of the men I know are surprised when they find out I can rebuild an engine, build my own computer, out-fish most of them and still make a good turkey and stuffing dinner for Thanksgiving . . . WITH candied yams and mashed potatoes . . . and pumpkin pie. Oh ... and put 5 rounds inside a quarter-inch at 300 yards with my 22-250.


Cheatin to use a 22-250


Cheatin'? How?

I can get my 300 Win mag into 3/4" at that range but that is kind of rare... In truth it has been a while since I've done that...

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Posted 7/2/15

GrateSaiyaman wrote:


VZ68 wrote:


GrateSaiyaman wrote:

Women!
I don't have to play the alpha-male bullshit with most of the women I know.

Guys are generally kind of stupid about that... I find I'm more of a "redneck" than most of the rednecks I know. Most of the men I know are surprised when they find out I can rebuild an engine, build my own computer, out-fish most of them and still make a good turkey and stuffing dinner for Thanksgiving . . . WITH candied yams and mashed potatoes . . . and pumpkin pie. Oh ... and put 5 rounds inside a quarter-inch at 300 yards with my 22-250.


Cheatin to use a 22-250


Cheatin'? How?

I can get my 300 Win mag into 3/4" at that range but that is kind of rare... In truth it has been a while since I've done that...



It's a friggin' railgun round.
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Posted 7/3/15

VZ68 wrote:


GrateSaiyaman wrote:


VZ68 wrote:


GrateSaiyaman wrote:

Women!
I don't have to play the alpha-male bullshit with most of the women I know.

Guys are generally kind of stupid about that... I find I'm more of a "redneck" than most of the rednecks I know. Most of the men I know are surprised when they find out I can rebuild an engine, build my own computer, out-fish most of them and still make a good turkey and stuffing dinner for Thanksgiving . . . WITH candied yams and mashed potatoes . . . and pumpkin pie. Oh ... and put 5 rounds inside a quarter-inch at 300 yards with my 22-250.


Cheatin to use a 22-250


Cheatin'? How?

I can get my 300 Win mag into 3/4" at that range but that is kind of rare... In truth it has been a while since I've done that...



It's a friggin' railgun round.


Well . . . kind of.... I do use a Remington 700 ....
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I mostly have friends who are guys irl, but for some weird reason, I always have more friends who are girls on the internet. Idk why, but my internet friendships go better with females and my real life friendships are better with guys. Maybe it's just easier to talk to one gender depending on the circumstances? I really don't know.

Weird, huh?


I heard that girls care more about connections through convo's and boys more about the things that they do together~ So maybe it's because of that !

Interesting idea. Maybe there's truth to that, although I'm no psychologist/sociologist. It does make sense, though.
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when i was in high school i had more girl friends but most of the time they talked about my guy friends so i was always hanging out with my boys. But having both is awesome.
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Posted 7/3/15

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iam actually very surprised to see males having so many female friends? are they your mates girlfriends?, your girlfriends friends(oh wait..), you must be single if you hang out with lots of girls???
Genuine questions.

I met a lot of women in college that became my friends. I don't know, it's really no different than making guy friends in my experience. These days I don't make new friends often, but a lot of the female friends I have made have been women my sister worked with and their friends, roomates, etc. And I haven't been single in 5 years, so I don't fit the single category either, lol.


I find it unusual that you would want to hang out with females as just freinds. I find it also unusual and very surprising that you are able(allowed) to do that if you have a girlfriend.
She must be very trusting and unlike most females?

Jealousy is certainly not an especially female trait. Guys can be just as--if not more insecure and jealous about their significant others. I wouldn't have been dating the woman I am for as long as I have if she didn't respect and trust me. As someone raised with mostly female influences in my life I find it pretty easy to befriend women. They're no less complicated than men, and the only real difference between guy and girl friends is how they spend their time. Even then there are plenty of nerdy chicks out there who hate typical girl activities. I don't know how old you are, but I imagine it gets easier with age. Most people I knew in college had a fair mix of plutonic male and female friends.
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Valarasha wrote:


MrAnimeSK wrote:


Valarasha wrote:


MrAnimeSK wrote:

iam actually very surprised to see males having so many female friends? are they your mates girlfriends?, your girlfriends friends(oh wait..), you must be single if you hang out with lots of girls???
Genuine questions.

I met a lot of women in college that became my friends. I don't know, it's really no different than making guy friends in my experience. These days I don't make new friends often, but a lot of the female friends I have made have been women my sister worked with and their friends, roomates, etc. And I haven't been single in 5 years, so I don't fit the single category either, lol.


I find it unusual that you would want to hang out with females as just freinds. I find it also unusual and very surprising that you are able(allowed) to do that if you have a girlfriend.
She must be very trusting and unlike most females?

Jealousy is certainly not an especially female trait. Guys can be just as--if not more insecure and jealous about their significant others. I wouldn't have been dating the woman I am for as long as I have if she didn't respect and trust me. As someone raised with mostly female influences in my life I find it pretty easy to befriend women. They're no less complicated than men, and the only real difference between guy and girl friends is how they spend their time. Even then there are plenty of nerdy chicks out there who hate typical girl activities. I don't know how old you are, but I imagine it gets easier with age. Most people I knew in college had a fair mix of plutonic male and female friends.


Yeah your right, it goes both ways. Dudes and chicks(usually) wouldn't want their partners having friends of the opposite sex. As far as hanging out with them(the friends) without being with them(the partner)

Iam 34 so i think the fact that gamer girls and anime fan girls were almost non existant(and certainly not common and so attractive) like they seem to be today is why i cant imagine having female "friends".
The sort of females that i always used to hang around were most certainly not into video games or anime or not as much into hip hop and stuff anything like my male friends.
The only thing i ever really had in common with the sort of females i hung around was drinking and maybe drugs lol.
Oh i have met some girls that are good at playing pool!
But yeah whilst the parties i went to were mixed gender, the pool nights, the LAN's, watching the footy and etc were all just the fellas.

I do work with lots of females(its male dominate though) and its in a auto motive manufacturing plant which isn't exactly girlie.
Guess i talk to women co workers about game of thrones an movies n stuff ^^;
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Nightblade370 wrote:

Interesting idea. Maybe there's truth to that, although I'm no psychologist/sociologist. It does make sense, though.


I think it's true but I'm also an audio person, so most of the things I remember are things that people have said x3 in school and stuff, too~
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I have pretty much mostly other female friends. I don't know, it's not that I don't like guys, it's just that I only have a couple that I would actually call my friends and not just people I am friendly to from class and other activities. I would kinda like more guy friends though but not for any huge reason as for the most part most of my friends and I all like to draw/watch anime/play video games or have some other shared interests.
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Makes no difference to me.
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MrAnimeSK wrote:

iam actually very surprised to see males having so many female friends? are they your mates girlfriends?, your girlfriends friends(oh wait..), you must be single if you hang out with lots of girls???
Genuine questions.


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I don't particularly care about my friends' genders... It doesn't make much of a difference to me. But for some reason, I seem to make more female friends. Over the past couple of years, though, I've talked to people a lot less than I used to - I'd like to have more friends that I talk to regularly, but ah well.
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Male friends ftw!

I have a really mixed friendship group gender-wise, but I've mainly found that 9/10 of my female friends/female people I know are very bitchy. Seriously, I don't know whether I'm just unlucky or not, but out of about 8 of my "friends" who are girls, there is only one that I can actually trust. ONE! Whereas the guys are generally more relaxed and less bitchy and annoying, and don't piss me off by being ignorant twats.

Out of all of my "friends" (with quotes, because they hang out in my friendship group, but I'm not necessarily friends with them) all of the boys accepted me as trans (I'm transgender by the way, probably should mention that ) but the girls (besides the single girl I trust, and a few I haven't told yet) call me "girly" to piss me off and upset me, purposely describe what makes me so much of a girl an how I'm a biologically a girl so I can't be a boy and UUGGHHHH! Can't wait to leave High School/whatever Americans call it!

I'm sure all girls aren't like this, I've just generally had a VERY BAD experience with female friends...
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MrAnimeSK wrote:

iam actually very surprised to see males having so many female friends? are they your mates girlfriends?, your girlfriends friends(oh wait..), you must be single if you hang out with lots of girls???
Genuine questions.




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