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Thread Topic: Dear Men
Women: Got something you want to say to the males in your life? Just start your message with Dear Men, and type away!
Men: Trying to find tips from girls, or mad about something yourself? Feel free to scroll through the messages, or type up your own!
Don't know why I put this on the Front Porch btw I just did.
Isabel if you’re still online check the Rp.Sorry)
breadboy69 ExperiencedDear men: why are my ears so big
answer to breadboy69: i cant answer that question without a proper known diagnosis
dear women, (where do i start.. ) if i say im busy and/ or if im not spending so much time with a girlfriend, why, WHY, WHY would that girlfriend assume i dont love her anymore?
therealminime SeniorDear women,
Why do you show interest in me, and flirt with me, but not want to date me when I show interest in you? Also when I do show interest, why do you tell me "you want to be friends" and "it won't be awkward" but it is awkward and we end up not being friends?
I can kind of answer that one actually!
Basically what you perceive as flirting isn’t always a girl flirting with you. I used to hug my Male friend a lot. Some girls are you very playful, or just kind of ‘flirt’ with everyone. It’s usually not that way, I can’t really give advice since I’m uh....I’m not exactly ‘in’ the dating game,
alex3000 SeniorDear women, Why do you seem to always promise to never leave, ever, when you know that things change and people move on? And also, why do you seem to always call me "perfect", when I'm pretty much as far from perfect as a person can be?
Because the person is trying to be optimistic? Starting out a relationship with negative expectations isn’t good, and yes only positive expectations is also not too healthy. Be realistic.
Just dear people in general. If a guy / girl/ person is telling you they aren’t interested, it doesn’t matter what reason they give Ben it sexuality or already being in a relationship or just plain old not being interested, no means no!
All you’ll do is make that person uncomfortable and waste your own time.
pardon the break in the ongoing dialogue... but can someone please answer my “dear women” question? thanks! xD
Ah sorry I missed it.
Honestly I’m not speaking for every women in these answers.
Personally I get paranoid when friends don’t respond to my texts, if they haven’t given me a reason, because I’m very insecure. It seems possibile that’s why your girlfriend thinks that.
Just let her know that’s not the case and she is loved.
i tried, but she doesn’t believe me. and she kept sobbing
Oh. Have you tried explaining to her why you haven’t been spending that much time with her? Maybe arrange a date or something?
I honestly have no clue. I’m sorry.
KittyKatrinaKat NoviceDear men:
Why do you purposely make us jealous
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