Guys that have it "all"

Discussion in 'Relationships, Discrimination, and Jealousy' started by Kimahri, May 20, 2007.

  1. Kimahri

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    I've been looking thru some galleries of people here and noted, with some dismay, how many guys really have the whole package. Good looks, nice body and a huge cock.

    Ever had trouble dealing with another guy, or girl for that matter, because of your "having it all"?
     
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    Havent had any trouble yet.
    MK
     
  3. burns1de

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    What kind of trouble are you referring to, exactly?
     
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    That's not the whole package. I think intelligence and a good sense of humour should be included.
     
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    You left off "Great Attitude" and a winning smile...both very sexy
     
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    what are you talking about mate? don't you worry, nobody's got it all. people strive and struggle in different ways. even the ones that appear to be full of themselves with shallow personalities but useful bodies and knobs. they know they struggle, believe you me. some also make great use of what is called denial. but can you blame them? we're only humans. well, a part from me...:biggrin1:
     
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    i think sometimes we all feel a little intimidated by the looks/wealth/grace/intellect of another.

    though...

    when i see a woman far hotter than i am, i'm usually too busy perving to envy.
     
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    I think folks who look at other guys and assume that they "have it all" forget that we all have our battles. Yes I have muscles. Yes I'm blond. Yes I'm hung. But I'm far from having it all. For one thing I have the world's worst stutter, and I'm painfully shy.

    You never know what people are dealing with on the inside. Assuming these guys have it all is still judging a book by it's cover. (excuse the cliche).

    Respectfully,
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    My friend i think there are many people on here with the whole package. Men and women.:smile:
     
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    Amen to that, brother. A lot of people seem to assume that overall good looks = a pain-free life. This is such BS. I'd like to think that I'm not too hard on the eyes, I'm funny, smart, charismatic and well-hung... and yet, I've been in dozens of fist-fights, I was homeless for a while, I've been in two car crashes that almost killed me, I've battled depression for a while, I've O.D.'d, twice I had life-threatening food poisoning and broken countless bones (nose, right ankle twice, rib, finger) plus two concussions (everything seems to come in twos for me)... And that's just what I can remember off the top of my head.

    There's always more than meets the eye, and that's true for pretty much everybody, whether they 'have it all' or not.

    And now that I think of it, it's amazing that I've lived this long.
     
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    Very well stated dukey. We never know what's going on with a person until we've walked a mile in their shoes. Even then we may not know the entire truth. I've known people that appeared to have it all that didn't have squat. Good looks, great body, dressed in nice clothes but dumb as a rock and the personality of a cardboard box. All packaging and no content. Personally I'd rather have a little more content and less packaging.
     
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    No, but I don't "have it all" to begin with. I am the farthest thing from it.
     
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    I have found that many women don't want a guy to be prettier or more intelligent than they are.

    They generally don't mind a great body or cock, though.

    Sometimes if a girl doesn't have a great self esteem she may not even give the "guy who has it all" a chance.

    As for same sex... the competition is always there. It's just that you wouldn't expect it to come from a potential mate.
     
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    "I think folks who look at other guys and assume that they "have it all" forget that we all have our battles. Yes I have muscles. Yes I'm blond. Yes I'm hung. But I'm far from having it all. For one thing I have the world's worst stutter, and I'm painfully shy.... "

    You stutter and you are shy? Sorry but that would only make you seem so much hotter If I met you!

    But I have a lot of friends who "have it all" and I think they go through a lot more predjudice than your average girl or guy. People say things to them I wouldn't say to an animal. fondling them and creating issues in public like they are not real people. I find that treating them like real human beings makes for really great friendships. But even I have to be careful because if you are hanging with the hot people and they speak well of you, you may find that there is alot of fallout on you with petty jealousies and mean people wanting to use you to get in good with your friends. You don't really know what it's like for them until people start treating you just as miserable.
     
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    Neither will they give the guy who has little to work with with a chance.
    You need to be somewhere in the middle for best results.
     
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    I've dated women who think I'm some kind of wonderful until they come to the stupid thought that I may become a social threat to them.

    Peoples' lives are much deeper than a jpeg thumbnail on an internet forum.
     
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    Funily enough, I'm experienceing it at the moment.

    Guy at uni, good looks, blond hair, great body, way more intellegent than me, loads of friends, and I found out today that he's hung like horse too.

    It's not really jelousy - I don't want to be him. Its this feeling I get when somebody quite close to my little patch of eternity is utterly superior to me in every way, and his little patch seems to be infinitly better than mine. It can make my life seem... well... shit in comparison.

    In other words, he makes me feel like shit. And I sort of resent him for that.

    I'll get over it in time, but I'm really stressed at the moment, and such feelings don't help much.
     
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    Sweetheart,

    It often isnt what they do to you. It is usually the way the people respond to him or her in comparison to you. The things that people allow from them that are not allowed you or the feeling of invisibility when they are around. But that really isnt that person's fault it is a much larger problem. They end up being the recipient of much attention, unwanted as well as wanted, as well as the combined anger and frustration of those who are not as well endowed . They have people who always assume that they did not receive life's rewards because of any hard work they happened to have put in, but because of their physical beauty. Also
    the fear of loss when physical beauty is gone and the lack of sympathy and secret gloating they receive from others when their day in the sun is over.....
     
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    Vert well put, dude. I like to think that I am a good looking guy, I know I am well endowed, I know I have a good personality, and that I am very heartwarming to people around me - regardless of their beliefs, practices, lifetyles, etc. But, my dark side is a major part of my life. I have dealt with the fact that I am bi-polar, I have schitzophrania that I deal with on a daily basis, I was always the "geek" at school and treated like shit. One time on a trip in the 5th grade, during one of my choir trips I roomated with some of my choir-mates. We were young and curious about penis size - turns out I was the largest amongst all of us, and the next day they told everyone I had a micro-penis and that I humped the TV whilst we were watching porn. Everyone believed them, and I was ridiculed until I had lost contact will all of them (thank god). Now that I look back, I should've just ignored them. Anyway, just because a guy seems to have it all, does not mean he is happy. Think of life as, and I am sorry to put it this way - but bare in mind that I am a chef, puff pastry - it contains thousands of layers that reveal something deep about the person.
     
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    Yeah, tell me about it. About 90% of the people I meet make me feel this way...
     
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