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Discussion in 'Women's Issues' started by zaza, Jun 21, 2007.
I never have done, and can`t ever imagine I would. How about you guys?
I do if it's a guy I talk to online and haven't yet met, but I wouldn't vet guys in a bar by going around asking. You can be a bit more straightforward online, especially if your first meeting has the potential to turn sexual - these things are useful to know before committing to the possibility...
Ive done much the same, a guy will come up to me & pass some comment on my tits (im 34e) & say "get em out then" or something simliar, i usualy reply " what have you got offer me then?" & that sorts the bluffers out from the potential guy with a big cock !
Women have often been up front in asking me what I am packing - I love forthright and confident women
There are some of us around !
Nope, never have done this. Just seems a bit rude to me.
Quite seriously, it doesn't seem rude to me. I guess I'm warped, and appreciate people who value time. I'd be turned on. Then I'd offer the woman a magnifying glass.
I agree, well for the most part. If some kind of real connection and friendship is established, then I think it's more fair game. It's a fine line though I think. Dignity versus need or preference.
I would say... you want to see my 2.2 inches of pleasure? uh uhuh! boom! there you go..!
yea yea 2.2 wide.
there are ways of "Knowing" a guys size by merely looking at him that I've developed and finely honed over the years and that I refuse to divulge the secrets of.......
That's how it is with me too. Online or in a singles ad I can do this. In "real life" - no.
Of course, if I answer such ad I concentrate on someone who states in his ad what his size is. And placing an ad (yes, I did this once) I specifically asked for size. What's funny is that people who know me in real life would have NO idea I would do such a thing - unless they really, REALLY know me. I'm one of those "quiet ones who can surprise you" :tongue:
no, to me that's almost as bad as asking a guy his income on your first date.
Yep, pretty much.
I will ask a guy what he does for a living, but that is more to make conversation than anything else (although I do seem to have a thing for computer programmers and electrical engineers...and I'm a computer programmer myself, when I have a job that is.)
asking a living is one thing... that's very much a good topic when you first meet someone just to get to know them. asking their income is totally different though, as incomes vary a lot in every field. like penis size, you can usually guess what the income is from clues, but actually asking is rude.
i like computer programmers and engineers myself, actually. i'm married to a programmer who was an engineering major in college. those fields are filled with quirky, highly intelligent nutcases. i love 'em.
I hope no woman ever asks me that question. I'd probably lie.
Online I have no issues with asking.....I do love beaches, I can wear my biggest and darkest bitch glasses and stare at all the bulges that go by me, without even being caught...hence if i do see a big package, I tend to have my sizequeen radar.
Given that if i am introduced to a guy by friends etc, I do not ask him how big his dick is, that would be just rude.
Asking for most people is pretty rude, but if you've got "requirements" for a man in a relationship I can see where it would be difficult to invest so much before finding out how big the payoff is.
I have been asked and just told the few who did ask that I am probably average. Then when they got to see the goods they were happy. lol
I only ask or grab if I've already determined I have no respect for the guy (usually b/c he's already shown he has no respect for me).
Have only been asked by a few who I have known as least for a few days and when having sex was on the horizon.