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    (Original post by Decaff)
    Here's a question - why are there so many girls on this thread with a lot of internalised misogyny? Many complaints about *****y rude queen bees and popular girls, how vicious girls are... while you're off online talking about how you're so much better than them because you don't enjoy the same things, like wearing makeup or feminine clothes. Take a look at yourself and take a look at them - there's no ranking system. You're different people leading different lives, and neither of you are better than the other.
    Girls can be rude and horrible and cruel and manipulative the same ways that boys can be rude and horrible and cruel and manipulative. Both are capable of psychological and physical damage. We're all potential ********s, so can we please leave off the snowflake complexes and stop victimising the typical girl (or atypical, since girls who like sports and wear jeans and tshirts are a Rare Endangered Species)
    I knew my post would be up for debate.
    But, misinterpreted? Well, I sure didn't see that coming.
    I do see your point thought, except for the fact that I never considered myself superior. In fact, I'm ashamed I don't know anything about make-up.
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    (Original post by raniafern)
    I knew my post would be up for debate.
    But, misinterpreted? Well, I sure didn't see that coming.
    I do see your point thought, except for the fact that I never considered myself superior. In fact, I'm ashamed I don't know anything about make-up.
    Me neither - but I'm not ashamed :nah:

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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Me neither - but I'm not ashamed :nah:

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    Alright
    I'm just that kind of person who'd prefer to know how to do stuff :erm: Ashamed because my mom has to do it for me on special occasions :lol:
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    Still waiting for an answer to my question, even though numerous guys have posted after me and got an answer already.
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    (Original post by IYGB)
    lol at the avatar
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    (Original post by ColossalAtom)
    Is there a limit to how smart a boy/man can get to the point that is off-putting?
    I don't think so. What I think is more important is what a guy does with his intelligence - for example, if he's cocky about it or shows off
    (Original post by ColossalAtom)
    Still waiting for an answer to my question, even though numerous guys have posted after me and got an answer already.
    Just went back to find your post
    (Original post by raniafern)
    Alright
    I'm just that kind of person who'd prefer to know how to do stuff :erm: Ashamed because my mom has to do it for me on special occasions :lol:
    Fair enough
    Ohh I don't wear make up
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    (Original post by notstudent25)
    Does girls have a soul?
    I don't but, that might be because I'm ginger
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    (Original post by RickmanAlways)
    I know i will answer ANYTHING and anyone can answer the questions.
    Do u think boys should be the 'man' when handling girls i.e. lead, be decisive, assertive and take no ****, and be the one who approaches the girl?

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    Why don't any of you take Physics A Level? Society says you feel a lack of confidence to take it, while I believe most of you don't have an interest in it. Which one is it?
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    (Original post by GradeA*UnderA)
    Why don't any of you take Physics A Level? Society says you feel a lack of confidence to take it, while I believe most of you don't have an interest in it. Which one is it?
    I'm obviously not a representative of the female population, but personally, Physics is my weakest subject
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    (Original post by RickmanAlways)
    I know i will answer ANYTHING and anyone can answer the questions.
    Do girls always expect guys to speak first? Serious question!
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    (Original post by Justtryingtolive)
    Do u think boys should be the 'man' when handling girls i.e. lead, be decisive, assertive and take no ****, and be the one who approaches the girl?

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    Tbh I don't care; it works either way. Personally, I'm a pretty quiet and reserved person so I guess there's a greater chance something would happen if I was approached by a guy but as I said, I don't think it matters
    (Original post by GradeA*UnderA)
    Why don't any of you take Physics A Level? Society says you feel a lack of confidence to take it, while I believe most of you don't have an interest in it. Which one is it?
    I'm taking A Level physics - I personally have a lack of interest in it
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    (Original post by GradeA*UnderA)
    Why don't any of you take Physics A Level? Society says you feel a lack of confidence to take it, while I believe most of you don't have an interest in it. Which one is it?
    I'm taking physics a level in September- it's my favourite subject. I don't think girls don't take it because they're not interested, it's more to do with the fact we can only pic 3 subjects and physics may not be necessary for their desired career choice
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    (Original post by Thequiteguy)
    Do girls always expect guys to speak first? Serious question!
    I don't. It depends on the person, I think. People who are shy need a conversation-starter, so that's probably why they wait for the other person to initiate a conversation. But, I've seen a fair share of quiet guys and gals, so I think it works both ways.

    Q: Is your username supposed to say The Quiet Guy?
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    (Original post by raniafern)
    I don't. It depends on the person, I think. People who are shy need a conversation-starter, so that's probably why they wait for the other person to initiate a conversation. But, I've seen a fair share of quiet guys and gals, so I think it works both ways.

    Q: Is your username supposed to say The Quiet Guy?
    Doesn't seem like it in my area... and I ain't a good conversation starter so that's probably where my problem is. Thanks for answer

    And yes it's meant to be Thequietguy
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    (Original post by Thequiteguy)
    Doesn't seem like it in my area... and I ain't a good conversation starter so that's probably where my problem is. Thanks for answer

    And yes it's meant to be Thequietguy
    Wish I could give you some advice, but I've zero experience with relationships. With friends though, I've a bunch of guys who are more than willing to strike up a convo with a girl, and another bunch who are afraid to say the wrong thing. Yeah, I guessed from your username :mmm: No problemo
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    (Original post by ChemGeek16)
    I'm taking physics a level in September- it's my favourite subject. I don't think girls don't take it because they're not interested, it's more to do with the fact we can only pic 3 subjects and physics may not be necessary for their desired career choice
    Yup, right on!

    I had to pick 5 :cry2: I needed it for Medicine though.
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    (Original post by raniafern)
    Wish I could give you some advice, but I've zero experience with relationships. With friends though, I've a bunch of guys who are more than willing to strike up a convo with a girl, and another bunch who are afraid to say the wrong thing. Yeah, I guessed from your username :mmm: No problemo
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    You'll answer anything? Okay then, if a tree falls and no one is there to hear it, does it actually make a sound?
 
 
 
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