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    (Original post by kaylafrances)
    what about if a girl's tall?
    i've always wondered
    I think it can be I'm 5'8 and the guy I like is sort of the same height as me I think that's why he's very shy sometimes.

    Boys don't seem to like girls taller than them at least we have long legs that lead to a nice bum :bootyshake:
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Haha exactly! It's mainly guys my own age who are like "Oh wait...she's not insecure and self hating like those other girls, that means she won't suck my d1ck if I tell her I love her...ABORT MISSION"

    Idiots. If all they want is a yes-woman and pussy, they should just buy a realdoll.
    That's fair enough, but some of us do actually like a pair on a girl...so to speak. **** I used to date a girl that shaved her head regularly just for the fun of it. Although she may have also been borderline psychotic
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    I'm considered 'intimidating' by some boys. But I'm okay with that, as I don't date little boys, I'm more interested in men. :sexface:

    Why I'm intimidating:
    I have a very dominant persona
    I'm extremely outgoing and confident
    I'm quite intelligent which puts some morons off
    I'm relatively high maintenance
    I have ridiculously high standards
    I go for men who are older than me
    I'm extremely strong willed

    Ah well, being 'intimidating' weeds out the pussies. :awesome:
    You sound like a keeper! :rofl:
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    (Original post by Faith01)
    'you don't have to come and confess, were looking for you, we gon' find you' know all the words to it, legendary youtube video :yep:
    lol I want to +rep you but I've run out :emo: I'll do it when I get fresh one tomorrow
    remind me
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    (Original post by Aisha~~)
    That's fair enough, but some of us do actually like a pair on a girl...so to speak. **** I used to date a girl that shaved her head regularly just for the fun of it. Although she may have also been borderline psychotic
    Bad choice of words there lol
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    (Original post by flubadiblam)
    You sound like a keeper! :rofl:
    I'm guessing that was sarcasm due to the condescending smiley, so care to explain precisely what is wrong with anything I've said?

    (Original post by Aisha~~)
    That's fair enough, but some of us do actually like a pair on a girl...so to speak. **** I used to date a girl that shaved her head regularly just for the fun of it. Although she may have also been borderline psychotic
    Maybe this is me being slow but what's a 'pair'?
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    (Original post by ForeverGold)
    So what if you found out later she wasn't sexually experienced as you thought, and she was a virgin would that make her less intimidating.
    Personally this would be much more of a turn on for me.
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    (Original post by flubadiblam)
    You sound like a keeper! :rofl:
    Haha, my thoughts exactly.

    :facepalm:
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    I'm considered 'intimidating' by some boys. But I'm okay with that, as I don't date little boys, I'm more interested in men. :sexface:

    Why I'm intimidating:
    I have a very dominant persona
    I'm extremely outgoing and confident
    I'm quite intelligent which puts some morons off
    I'm relatively high maintenance
    I have ridiculously high standards
    I go for men who are older than me
    I'm extremely strong willed

    Ah well, being 'intimidating' weeds out the pussies. :awesome:
    Met many girls that are exactly like what you described:

    Selfish
    Stubborn
    Developed early/believe they're "grown up"
    Know it all, stuck up
    BIG listening problem
    Spoilt rotten
    Attractive manner/maybe above average looks
    Get what they want no matter the consequences to others
    +all the things you had in your list

    Im sure you're nothing like that and if you are you won't know it or believe it, its just the image your list gave me
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    (Original post by foreveranon)
    I would take issue in your "most normal men" ;-) Most teenagers/younger men? Maybe. But by the time you're talking long-term adult relationships most people (male AND female) have realised that it takes equality to make things work long-term. Having a relationship with someone who is "toned-down" to the point they are uncomfortable asserting themselves to their actual partner? Misery-making, to both parties. The quieter partner feels bossed, and quite often reacts passive-aggressively. Might have worked 70 years ago, not so much now.
    Bit of a misunderstanding, mate. I meant 'toned-down' in comparison to women who show the traits I described. I don't want a shy bambi who never talks back, but no dominatrix either who bosses me around. Just a 'normal' girl, if I may use this un-definable and highly subjective term again.
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    (Original post by flubadiblam)
    Met many girls that are exactly like what you described:

    Selfish Not when in a relationship, can be at other times.
    StubbornDepends, can be.
    Developed early/believe they're "grown up"Lol, I do actually act older than my age, because I don't find what regular teens do to be 'fun'
    Know it all, stuck upDepends on your view, I'd say I was 'knowledgeable'
    BIG listening problemNah, I'm actually a good listener
    Spoilt rottenSome would say so, some wouldn't. That's relative
    Attractive manner/maybe above average looks Not going to lie, I'm not ugly.
    Get what they want no matter the consequences to others Not really.
    +all the things you had in your list

    Im sure you're nothing like that and if you are you won't know it or believe it, its just the image your list gave me
    Some are right, some aren't. (see red) Not everyone's cup of tea, some like it some don't.
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Sarcasm doens't transfer well over here. It was in jest, it's not a word I use in my day-to-day vocabulary.
    Don't follow re: the sarcasm?- and I should hope not re: babes doll-snatch!

    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Some are right, some aren't. (see red) Not everyone's cup of tea, some like it some don't.
    He's right to suggest a high degree of correlation between some of the attributes you both gave, though this is not limited to women as such
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Some are right, some aren't. (see red) Not everyone's cup of tea, some like it some don't.
    Add "fun/sociable" to that list. I think you misunderstood the listening problem part lol
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    (Original post by HumanNature1992)
    Those high maintenance always done up chicks ..they're probably intimidating to regular girls too
    They're just not human! I don't know where they find the energy from :confused:
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Don't follow re: the sarcasm?- and I should hope not re: babes doll-snatch!

    He's right to suggest a high degree of correlation between some of the attributes you both gave, though this is not limited to women as such
    Lulwut to the first part.

    There is sometimes a correlation tbh, not always though.
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    (Original post by flubadiblam)
    Add "fun/sociable" to that list. I think you misunderstood the listening problem part lol
    Lol I'd describe myself as a 'sociable' person...

    How did I?

    (Original post by sugar_and_spice)
    They're just not human! I don't know where they find the energy from :confused:
    It's not that difficult. I don't get girls who say that lol, I mean even if I'm not doing anything that day, I still do my hair & makeup and wear a nice outfit. It's just me. Looking a certain way is a constant thing, not an act for when I go outside. Why would it take a lot of energy?
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    http://www.eosmith.com/images/Galler...hine%20Gun.jpg

    this.
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    (Original post by ForeverGold)
    Guys what makes a girl intimidating?
    I don't mean holding a butchers knife or negative things. If you liked her but ignored her but do that staring thing that you guys do "yes we know you do it out of the corner of our eyes" :ninjagirl:

    Girls has a guy ever been intimidated by you before?
    Have you found out later on or by a friend that a guy liked you even though they never told you.

    tl;dr version

    Guys intimidated by girls?
    Girls has a guy been intimidated by you?
    YES!

    I was talking to a guy online who I kind of knew from a party. We talked for a week, and then met each other again at a erm, social gathering. We got on soo well, and I got the impression that he really liked me (and was later told that he infact did). Anyway, we then met up again, and he acted really strange, and kept talking about how tall I was. He then told me on FB that he didn't realise how tall I was at both parties (partly due to the fact I was sat down 99% of the time), and said he felt like he was utterly feminised stood next to me. FML! How I hate being 6'1" :/

    EDIT: Oh another time was when I told him I held a certificate saying that I was legal to carry and use 2 rifles, and that I had a 92% accuracy with moving targets haha...
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    (Original post by JmJtr)
    Haha, my thoughts exactly.

    :facepalm:
    Another one who's intimidated by a confident woman? Your loss tbh.
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Lol I'd describe myself as a 'sociable' person...

    How did I?



    It's not that difficult. I don't get girls who say that lol, I mean even if I'm not doing anything that day, I still do my hair & makeup and wear a nice outfit. It's just me. Looking a certain way is a constant thing, not an act for when I go outside. Why would it take a lot of energy?
    Rarely do what you're told/advised
 
 
 
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