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Discussion in 'Women's Issues' started by StraightCock4Her, May 15, 2009.
What kind of ego boosts do you girls like to get off of guys you barely know?
none. leave me alone!
seriously, if a guy just smiles it's nice.
if a strange guy whistles, cat calls or makes comment on my appearance it's just fucking creepy.
a pal can say i'm looking nice today though. that's always good,
What constitutes a "strange guy"? Anyone you're not attracted to?
one i don't know.
Odd way of phrasing it.
Are these parody questions?
no, a very common way of phrasing it.
Yeah i think sometimes these questions just require a little thinking over a beer to figure out the answer. Maybe im getting cynical like Dolferetta.
next you'll be saying i'm rude and frigid!
This board can turn a kitten into a fierce lion. The men are lucky that after 19 days of rain the sun came out where i live....
Was that some flowery metaphor for telling us you've had a long, heavy flow lately? :evil:
HA HA, nope that was literal. The sun might have been out today but i just heard on the radio it was going to rain in an hour....bah!
I usually ask questions that take a bit of thought to answer. However, this question was kind of directed at women who use men for things (which ones dont? lulz).
Hmmm, well just ask it outright. I honestly use men all the time in the chatroom for my own ego boost, they use me back. We all go to bed happy. I don't get many compliments in my real life so i completely take advantage of the video chat. I'll admit it.
And i'm looking for a sugar daddy to support my panty addiction. :wink:
I avoid ego as much as I can; I aim for associating from the superego whenever possible. In my experience you can't get a healthy self-image from another anyway. It's always nice to hear an intelligent, sincere compliment from my lover however...and from various colleagues, close friends & family. I don't think I've ever been deeply flattered by a stranger paying me a compliment...unless it's spontaneous, unbidden and sincere. Something given without expectation of anything in return (and that's kinda rare).
I think the rhetorical implication of "using men" in the question is rather stark and obvious. Was it not obvious to anyone?