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    (Original post by TheCurlyHairedDude)
    I think it's quite lame that guys feel so insecure about what they say and have to use the whole " no homo " **** !.... They don't even know what to talk about, they don't feel comfortable saying stuff that they might talk to a girl about, so what does the conversation topic end up at??

    Girls/Football/Beer/Fifa/Cod

    How boring, then you get those waste guys that brag about how many chicks they get ZZZZzzzzzzzz I'd rather help a fat chick choose a colour to paint her nails :|good for you
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    I love me some poooosay!
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    I like Jack Johnson, cried at the ending of Kindom Hearts and spend my time strumming the chords to a mopey song thinking about a girl.

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    (Original post by Hooj)
    Well if you're gonna ***** you can just go right into the kitchen and make me a sandwich ya pansy!
    But it's not *****ing, because I'm directly telling people... btw you're the girl, so you go make some sandwiches
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    (Original post by TheCurlyHairedDude)
    But it's not *****ing, because I'm directly telling people... btw you're the girl, so you go make some sandwiches
    You remind me of the most pathetically sententious prat I've ever come across in my whole life
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    OP, if all you talk about with guys is girls and football you have some pretty boring friends. Guys talk about girls and football, yes, but that doesn't mean conversation is limited to that. If you were vaguely interesting to talk to you you'd realise that.
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    (Original post by Veldrin)
    I hate talking to my guy mates, its all sexism, racism and every other ism going as well as idiotic questions like "is a turkey a male chicken?" Its safe to say all my friends who are dudes are bally well annoying. Much prefer to talk to women.
    Although I didn't have the isms problem... I'd have to agree with your last point, and as friends in general. Obviously not every male is the same but I had the issue where conversations didn't seem to be as..in depth? As with girls. Also many seem to have this issue were talking about feelings was not allowed, probably because of some "no homo lol" mindset. Just general banter I guess, women seem better at it from my experience, obviously there must be other guys like me, so sort of bad luck on my part, I don't mean to generalise entire sexes here.
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    Boys are getting *****ier by the day, what with their "parring" people off and bantering
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    Manz be hating and **** bruv.
 
 
 
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