A medal. This guy needs one. This always happens to me ._. Like if it happens to you girls.. I Mat Wassawp Guy I Dont like 10: 49 we Goodfight sweet dreams slee A medal This guy needs one always happens to me _ Like if it you girls I Mat Wassawp Guy Dont like 10: 49 we Goodfight sweet dreams slee
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Guy I Dont like 10: 49 we
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i am confused the "guy i dont like" seems to
be more socially adept to you, and more suited to a prolonged
relationship. while the "guy i like'' not only dose not care enough to
use proper English or even complete a sentence, but also dose not
respect a sociably proper time frame. so my question is: based on
what i have herd women say about always wanting to "find a nice
guy that respects and loves me" why would you prefer the "jerk"
you will complain about a few weeks later ever the "nice guy" who
you will most likely never give a chance to?
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#4 - whofortytwo
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(03/17/2012) [-]
Idiot. He points out that person's English when he himself has absolutely horrendous grammar.
#378 to #4 - roadhous
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(03/18/2012) [-]
you sir are a winner for posting posting an opinion and getting 100+ thumbs for it, your my hero of the day
#5 to #4 - ColonelFox
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(03/17/2012) [-]
In comparison to someone who uses a 6 as what I can only guess to be an "a" even someone with mediocre grammar looks amazingly talented.
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#6 to #5 - whofortytwo
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(03/18/2012) [-]
But he was still hypocritical and an idiot for bringing up English when his own was horrid.
#7 to #6 - grimgilmore
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(03/18/2012) [-]
it is meant for the receiving demographic. i.e. easy to comprehend.
#164 to #6 - anon
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Horrid is a bit harsh, no? I saw only a few mistakes.
#236 to #164 - whofortytwo
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(03/18/2012) [-]
No, it was awful. He barely spelled anything right.
#485 to #236 - awsomeseal
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(03/18/2012) [-]
I thought you said he had "horrendous grammar"...
#493 to #485 - whofortytwo
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(03/18/2012) [-]
I'm sorry, but I usually lump grammar and spelling together.
#12 to #4 - GeneralZCD
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(03/18/2012) [-]
I would like to believe that English would have been this guy's second language and just messed up a few words, but it seems like that isn't right.


But dammit at least he put up the effort, so don't call it out.
#25 - ivoryhammer
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Because this is what "Guy I don't like" looks like
#80 - anonnknox
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#85 to #80 - spearpwi
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(03/18/2012) [-]
This one could go to the bookies.
#92 to #80 - geraldbostock
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Both.
#413 to #80 - anon
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Theyre losers
#167 to #80 - Greengreda
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(03/18/2012) [-]
A lot of guys get friend zoned, think about it.
You have to like a girl enough to make a move, and she has to like you enough to not friend zone you, which is pretty unlikely.
#385 to #167 - somepervert
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(03/18/2012) [-]
i hate making the first move... cuz if she says no then shell probably go tell everyone and i would get bothered by people for telling her.
#376 - kroger
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(03/18/2012) [-]
He "dose not care to use proper english". Yeah, I "herd" that was wrong when I read it aloud to myself
He "dose not care to use proper english". Yeah, I "herd" that was wrong when I read it aloud to myself
#133 - asgardian
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(03/18/2012) [-]
As men, we are instinctively meant to be leaders, hunters, warriors, Alpha Males. Unfortunately, the society we are raised in, with the help of Disney, teaches us that being a man and wanting sex is bad and that girls only go for nice shy guys. We obviously end up being sorely disappointed. Girls tell you they want a nice guy AND they're RIGHT! The problem is, this is what they want once they are ALREADY IN a relationship. This is not what INITIALLY ATTRACTS them.

Stop lying to yourself. Are you "nice" or do you just not have enough confidence to tell a girl what you really want? Do you define "nice" as compromising your goals and values to please others for no reason other than low self esteem and a desperate outreach for love, friendship and acceptance? It's time to take charge of your goals and passions in life. You are a train traveling towards what you want. Girls are welcome to come along but they will never knock you off course.

"Nice Guys" and "Jerks" have on thing in common. They both believe women are only tricked into having sex. The jerks do the tricking and the nice guys deliberately avoid sex in order to make the girl think he's nice, then proceeds to do a bunch of favors for the girl until she wants to have sex with him.

It's dishonest. So many men expect girls to fall for them because they drive them places and buy them stuff. Frankly, you treat women like legal prostitutes. How's that for respect?

Subconsciously, both guys want the same thing but rationalize their low self esteem with the self deceitful term "nice guy".

Jerks get laid because they're confident and assertive. Nice guys do not because they are not masculine. They take anyones' ****, including hers and demonstrate that they can't even stand up for themselves, let alone the girl they should be protecting in the future.

Girls like sex just as much as guys. Sex and wanting sex isn't bad, it's natural. Own it! DON'T think of sex as a reward or ulterior motive.
#138 to #133 - xtitun
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Still, kudos on the effort.
#146 to #133 - tyraxo
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Disagree a lot. True, that is how we were designed by nature, but what you write is full of holes.

First of, what attracts a woman? Yes, muscles, masculinity - definately. But they also want a romantic guy. Why? Because they want a mate that can take care of a child with them. I hate society, don't get that wrong, but we are not manipulated into thinking women and men want something different in the other sex, that is fact. That we are manipulated into thinking sex is bad is true however, but that is a side effect of centuries ago where abstinence was considered a neccesity for many religious... Things.

The meaning with this hate of douchebags is because ''popular'' teenage girls does not want guys that want them. Because we strife for the unreachable in many cases. The ''Guy I like'' doesn't even have to be a douchebag, he just doesn't like her, but let's assume he is. Why does she want him, over a guy who appears to be willing to give her anything? Most likely because the society you are talking about has taught her that he is a geek, and not an interest.
#153 to #146 - asgardian
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(03/18/2012) [-]
ok the grammar here is so ****** up I don't even know for sure what you just said but i'll try and address it.

What attracts Women?
1. Good health (some semblance of muscle tone, nothing crazy, and a decent tan)
2. Social Intuition (this takes practice)
3. Humor (obviously)
4. Status (shows leadership)
5. Wealth (able to take care of family)
6. Confidence (if you don't take her ****, you won't take anyone elses)
7. Preselection (other women want you, they do to.)
8. Challenge (it's boring if you're not a challenge. Have you ever had a super nerdy girl try desperately to get you to like her? If so then you understand)


#406 to #153 - tyraxo
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1. Agree completely, except for tan. Take the 17. and 18. hundreds for example. Paleness was quite appreciated there, both for women and men.   
   
2. True too.   
   
3. I don't really see what this has to do with our ''savage'' past, but I guess you're right.   
   
4. Right, to a certain degree.   
   
5. This one is true, however, this is where the romanticism comes into play too, because a sensitive (feminine) man is also quite interesting here, because he can act as a caretaker in the home if he is so.   
   
6. ''Douchebags'' are the exaxt opposite of that, so that is kind of invalid.   
   
7. True, again, to a certain degree.   
   
8. Kind of yes, and I was also talking about this, if you paid any attention to my post. However, me and my girlfriend are both rather ''nerdy'' if society should label us, and we have not had bunches of people chasing either of us, and we are not bored with eachother. True, we've had some relationsship troubles, but I guess that's not what you're talking about.   
   
Anyway, I was not targetting your scientific proof of anything, I was simply aiming at your defence of the fact that girls nowadays are spitting at the boys who truly love them by ''friendzoning'' them, because they'd rather have Prince Charming who is a big bastard. Sometimes wisdom is more valuable than simply instincts, don't you think?   
   
(.gif kinda related, preparing myself for you shouting that my CORRECT grammar is bad again. And to counter arguments, if this debate is even about what we're talking about, rather than pretending you know a lot about the English language.)
1. Agree completely, except for tan. Take the 17. and 18. hundreds for example. Paleness was quite appreciated there, both for women and men.

2. True too.

3. I don't really see what this has to do with our ''savage'' past, but I guess you're right.

4. Right, to a certain degree.

5. This one is true, however, this is where the romanticism comes into play too, because a sensitive (feminine) man is also quite interesting here, because he can act as a caretaker in the home if he is so.

6. ''Douchebags'' are the exaxt opposite of that, so that is kind of invalid.

7. True, again, to a certain degree.

8. Kind of yes, and I was also talking about this, if you paid any attention to my post. However, me and my girlfriend are both rather ''nerdy'' if society should label us, and we have not had bunches of people chasing either of us, and we are not bored with eachother. True, we've had some relationsship troubles, but I guess that's not what you're talking about.

Anyway, I was not targetting your scientific proof of anything, I was simply aiming at your defence of the fact that girls nowadays are spitting at the boys who truly love them by ''friendzoning'' them, because they'd rather have Prince Charming who is a big bastard. Sometimes wisdom is more valuable than simply instincts, don't you think?

(.gif kinda related, preparing myself for you shouting that my CORRECT grammar is bad again. And to counter arguments, if this debate is even about what we're talking about, rather than pretending you know a lot about the English language.)
#422 to #406 - asgardian
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(03/18/2012) [-]
That's my point. I'm teaching you how to be a confident prince charming rather than a shy insecure prince charming. Using the good parts of the jerk and the good parts of the "nice guy" to make a man.
#428 to #422 - tyraxo
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Sorry. Didn't realise you were talking about being shy. But take the guy in the picture. He is most certainly not shy. Otherwise he wouldn't dare write that.
#391 to #153 - anon
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(03/18/2012) [-]
You have described the 'ideal' man but in all seriousness he would be a very boring and unobtainable person. I find that a person's quirks and imperfections (as long as they're not too extreme) are some of their most endearing features. Also, not everyone is attractive to most people's standards and I know many people who suffer from disorders beyond their control (ex. Manic depression and mild schizophrenia).
There is also the issue about what kind of women you are attracting. Are you looking for an attractive girl or a girl that's going to be your lover and your friend? It is nearly impossible to have both and if you're concentrating so hard on having good looks and social status you may be attracting the kind of girls that will break your heart over and over again.
#426 to #391 - asgardian
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(03/18/2012) [-]
I never said you had to have all of these. It's usually only 1 or 2. The rest are all imperfect. I agree, imperfections are exciting.

I also know people with mental illnesses. They're kind of irrelevant for this discussion so I don't see your point.

Women generally look for those 8. Obviously there will be exceptions but if you stick with those 8 you should be able to get most you go after.
#544 to #426 - anon
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The mental illness one is relevant because a lot of people with disorders like that suffer from a lack of confidence (which seems to be the biggest one on your list) and may suffer from the social stigma that mental illness has in our society.
#602 to #544 - asgardian
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Yea, They say I have a chemical imbalance and I should have medicine, my point is that if that's the case then you need medicine. Not the advice i'm giving you.
#212 to #153 - vivadongodon
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(03/18/2012) [-]
His grammar was bad? Wat.
#219 to #212 - asgardian
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(03/18/2012) [-]
>"Disagree a lot"
>ending sentences in prepositions
>"But they also want a romantic guy." is a bad sentence
>"don't get that wrong"
>"he just doesn't like her, but let's assume he is"
>"centuries ago where abstinence was considered a neccesity" should be when
>"The meaning with this hate of douchebags is because"

just to name a few
#388 to #219 - tyraxo
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(03/18/2012) [-]
I'll comment on your points in a moment, but shut your fat gob, bitch. ''Disagree a lot'' was simply a way of starting my ****. I could have said ''I'', but I didn't feel like it. I though ''Disagree a lot'' sounded better, you can disagree on that one though...

Please do name a few places where I end in a grammatically wrong preposition.

''But they also want a romantic guy'' is not a bad sentence. At least, it came our exactly like I wanted it to come out.

''don't get that wrong'' wut?

Full sentence is ''... doesn't have to be a douchebag, he just doesn't like her, but let's assume he is''. It's just an interposed sentence.

Where/when is true, I see now, but come on.

''The meaning with this hate of douchebags is because'' should I have said reason? I don't get it.

That was not a few... That was allyou could find, and most of it was simply you not understanding the context...

Coming from someone who didn't use any periods in his last post, and can't use any capital letters in his sentences... Really, how stupid, hypocritical and arogant can you be?
#430 to #388 - asgardian
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(03/18/2012) [-]
My point was that when you read mine you can actually comprehend it. I had trouble even making out what you were saying.
#433 to #430 - tyraxo
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Well that's your problem. Saying it's just bad grammar is just ****. Will work on it then.
#223 to #219 - vivadongodon
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Huh, glanced completely over that...
#134 to #133 - asgardian
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Start carrying yourself with pride. Act like a leader, like people look up to you. It's your birthright. Women will respond to you if you start acting a LITTLE selfish and a LOT MORE Assertive, Confident and POLITE. (Not to be confused with being a pushover).

Stand up for what YOU want to do. Validate yourself. Don't let your self esteem be driven by some outside force like a friend or girlfriend.

If you think it's funny, SAY IT!

If you think it's fun, DO IT!

Your inner thoughts and emotions, as well as your enthusiasm, are contagious. People will accept and look up to the kid who is confidently weird rather than the kid trying to hide his true self by acting "normal".

You know that voice in your head that always says "I wish I would have said that!" "I wish I would have done that!". That's your conscience/ego talking and he wants to come out. Start letting him out and listening to him. He'll get you into trouble, no doubt! But he'll make you better for it!

Lastly, half of you will be too lazy or scared to improve your behavioral traits that you will use the excuse "I don't want to change "Who I Am". Well "Who you are" should have no boundaries. The only limits you have, you impose yourself. Changing basic behavioral traits doesn't change "Who you are". You can still play video games, read manga, listen to death-metal even if you start acting confident and assertive. You're not altering yourself. You're becoming the best possible version of yourself.

If you have specific questions feel free to message me!
#143 to #134 - vodwick
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(03/18/2012) [-]
well said sir.

i hereby give you my last internets
#468 to #143 - abcz
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(03/18/2012) [-]
He just copied and pasted you know ._.
#397 to #134 - themanta
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(03/18/2012) [-]
i like to think i'm somewhere between the 'nice guy' and the 'jerkass;' an assertive, confident person who still respects girls and is careful not to offend around them.

i've gotten girls, so it must be working lol.

but extremely well said, man. i hope plenty of junkies listen to your incredible advice.
#429 to #397 - asgardian
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Yea, it all depends on the girls you're going for. Sometimes the party girls like it when you're like "Hey, you're pretty cool, I'd probably hang out with you even if I didn't want to **** you." If it's with the right type of girl you'll get a sly smile. If it's a girl that's not congruent with that behavior you could get slapped.
#434 to #429 - themanta
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(03/18/2012) [-]
this is true. i got a girlfriend just yesterday though. whatever i did this time worked pretty well, i'd say.
#444 to #434 - asgardian
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Good on ya man. glad to hear it!
#174 to #134 - anonassassin
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Strangely, I only do what you're telling me WHEN she's either gotten a boyfriend or when I've been friendzoned. I feel like I'm naturally like that, I have a hard time getting close to people, something's just preventing me from doing so. Probably I'll have some luck next time, teenage life tends to give valuable experience after all. Now I know what to do, your speech also helped my thoughts on the matter though,
#178 to #174 - asgardian
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Quick tip, try and be a touchy guy. Girls are way more comfortable with a guy that they can touch physically without being creepy or weird. Start with social stuff, high fives for everything, touch on shoulder/arm, thumb wrestling (if you wouldn't touch a guy this way, then it's not social), then move to friendly stuff, hugs, back (leading through a door), fixing hair, palm reads, and finally romantic stuff, stroking hair, sniffing (if you can pull this off without being creepy it's amazing, otherwise it's epic fail lol.), holding hands, kissing.

As you're working through make sure it's at your pace, if you think she might be getting uncomfortable then you withdraw first and act like she's the one being over touchy. Takes practice but it will work.
#189 to #178 - anonassassin
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Thanks!
Here's a brofist picture of two badasses to show my gratitude.

#150 to #134 - swatshot
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Or, you could kidnap an assertive male, brainwash him with your image, surgically remove his penis and implant a vagina and tits, then you have an assertive female who will pursue YOU.
#140 to #134 - xtitun
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Interesting, I agreed much more w/ every argument of your second comment while in the first one you seemed to tackle the obvious in too general ways.
#141 to #140 - asgardian
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(03/18/2012) [-]
You would think it would be obvious but how many times have you seen a "wahh i got friendzoned, girls are so confusing and mean" post on the front page.
#144 to #141 - xtitun
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I know, I'm not criticizing that. I mean, I'm tired of gutless teenagers complaining about not having gf's when they probably don't even have the courage to chat w/ them. What i meant was that even though everything you said was true, you seemed to develop much more your own opinion and point of view in your second comment, whereas in the 1st one you just stated facts that you could have mentioned as basis for your arguments in the second spot.

Nevertheless, all you said is true.
#339 - teachmetobucky
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#349 to #339 - ipoopedinthegarden
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Didn't or couldn't?
#362 to #349 - ltgsaurus
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<-YFW
#353 to #349 - stafflessmoses
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LOL
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#194 - zhahje
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BASED ON WHAT I HAVE HERD
#328 - SeverusSnapeFan
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I hate when guys complain about being friend zoned. If she doesnt like you, she doesnt like you. You cant force her into thinking otherwise.
#329 to #328 - homage
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(03/18/2012) [-]
Missed the point.
#331 to #329 - SeverusSnapeFan
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I was just saying.
#332 to #328 - shabusnelik
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pb is: she DOES like you...but not THAT way. -.-'
#335 to #332 - SeverusSnapeFan
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I understand the point.
#340 to #328 - anon
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you can force her.. its just called rape
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#581 to #267 - starvaggi
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AT first I was like, okay, this makes sense. Then in the middle I was all, lol pretty funny. Then I read the last line and fell over laughing.

pic somewhat related.
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