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Girls, would you reject a guy if he stumbled/stuttered while speaking to you? watch

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    This is why you don't take advice from women about women.

    Would you ask a fish how to be caught? Or the fisherman?...

    Innately women want a man with confidence. Stuttering shows low confidence.
    All the women saying they wouldn't reject you, might be true(-ish) but they would accept you as a friend only. Nothing sexual.

    Real talk.
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    (Original post by Judomandeano)
    Unfortunately, not enough of them voted for him though
    thats the trouble with your fandom being 16/17 year old girls that arent old enough to vote, myself included
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    No. My bf stuttered and mucked up his lines when he asked me out and it just made me giggle and I found it cute. He said "will you go outh with me" instead of out.


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    No, definitely wouldn't reject him!

    We're all human, right? It would be hypocritical of me to anyway because I can barely form coherent sentences the majority of the time :lol:
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    NO - it's all about the willy size haha
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    I would find it adorable if he was nervous around me


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    I have friends who are disabled! Every girl is different and like their own needs. However I love making friends with everybody so I wouldn't mind being friends who can't speak properly!


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    No, not at all. That wouldn't even be on the list of factors I'd consider. It could be quite cute tbh
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    (Original post by Magnus Taylor)
    Why go for beta when you can have alpha?
    Yeah but stuttering doesn't exactly make you beta, plus just because a guy doesn't stutter it doesn't mean he doesn't have other flaws.
 
 
 
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