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isabelle york
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We, lie.

When a guy asks for help over the internet and says he is ugly and therefore can't get girls, you say something like:

(Original post by Nicedayslim)
Don't give up hope!

I have no idea how old you are, but honestly, there are more important things girls look for as they grow up.

You sound like a great guy, don't lose your confidence over this because confidence is one of those things which become so important!
Posts like the above are absolutely rampantly thrown across the whole worldwide web whilst irl experience will shun anything ever said of this nature of statistical value.

It really pisses me off. Give it to him straight: You're ugly, yes, you heard me sir, YOU'RE UGLY. Don't approach me, I feel offended that you think I am on your caliber of sexual attractiveness. I want my trey zongs or dicaprio 'cause I'm bootyfull.

That's what I hate about us, because I also used to lie over the internet. Now I provide the real reason whenever a situations calls for it i.e. your face isn't up to par.
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Maid Marian
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But that's just mean and blunt :erm:
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Wow, way to be mean to someone who can't help the face they were born with!

I don't think it's a case of lying, I think it's ladylike to let a guy gently without hurting their feelings.
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(Original post by isabelle york)
We, lie.
Wtf is that comma doing there?
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What gives us the right to degrade a person who we don't find attractive? Doesn't mean everyone will find them unattractive.
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What gives us the right to degrade a person who we don't find attractive? Doesn't mean everyone will find them unattractive.
because it gives him the truth?

I am concerned about male incelism (involuntary celibacy) due to my cousin. He has absorbed the fact that he is facially challenged. If women told him the truth, that his face was not up to par, then he wouldn't have to go through painful rejections (which have now destroyed his self-esteem).
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Way to generalize all of us, ugh.
Newsflash, we're not all like you.
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The person you quoted didn't deny the OP's face may not be "up to par", at no point did they lie, they simply stated the very true fact that as girls are interested in more than just looks especially as they get older. Replying to someone's post about how they are ugly with "yes you are ugly" is totally unproductive, no?
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We have a self-hatin' op
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(Original post by glousck)
Wtf is that comma doing there?
Excellent point.
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You may think like that, not all girls do though. Looks aren't everything when it comes to a relationship.
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(Original post by isabelle york)
because it gives him the truth?

I am concerned about male incelism (involuntary celibacy) due to my cousin. He has absorbed the fact that he is facially challenged. If women told him the truth, that his face was not up to par, then he wouldn't have to go through painful rejections (which have now destroyed his self-esteem).
Yet, if you tell them the truth as bluntly as you suggest, it could send things to the opposite extreme where they daren't socialise or even talk to women because they feel they aren't good enough? If you tell a person they're ugly, it's going to have negative consequences...
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The thing is, society has imposed upon us an expectation of being eternally nice and polite.

So I won't shoot you down for trying to be 'brutally honest'

But on this one, I have to say I am not really phsyically attracte to m boyfriend and people often tell me I am way out of his league. But I love him.

However its worth noting that women are also being told that perfect Prince Charming doesn't exist so we should settle and not be as 'shallow' and looks-oriented as the men we like to complain about so much.
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(Original post by Little Wolf Taima)
The thing is, society has imposed upon us an expectation of being eternally nice and polite.

So I won't shoot you down for trying to be 'brutally honest'

But on this one, I have to say I am not really phsyically attracte to m boyfriend and people often tell me I am way out of his league. But I love him.

However its worth noting that women are also being told that perfect Prince Charming doesn't exist so we should settle and not be as 'shallow' and looks-oriented as the men we like to complain about so much.
I'm genuinely curious, how does a relationship work if you are not physically attracted to him? :hmmmm2:
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Completely agree with OP. Even though I'm not a girl, I am friends with a lot of girls and how someone looks plays the biggest part in how the girl would treat them or how they would talk to them. 100% of the time.

Us guys do it too, so don't even try and lie.
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Loooooooooooooooool
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(Original post by Maid Marian)
I'm genuinely curious, how does a relationship work if you are not physically attracted to him? :hmmmm2:
I honestly don't ever look at him and lust after him. And no one I have ever primarily lusted after has been good for me.

What matters is personality, and it is the way we make eachother feel inside out of the bedroom that creates the chemistry in the bedroom. We like to smoke together, play video games, watch tv, talk about gadgets. in the beginning it was very difficult as he is incredibly shy in bed but he's gradually coming out of himself and our passion gets better and better. Its the way we always feel comfortable spending time together. The tender way he touches me, looks at me. Kisses me on the head. It makes me melt.

The only issue with us has been his reluctance to initiate sex because of a lack of confidence, not that he doesn't love banging me. He's also 200 miles away and I have a massive sex drive. We both have hall passes, not that they actually get used...
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You're not a woman: you're a crypto-misogynistic basement-dweller.
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(Original post by pink pineapple)
You may think like that, not all girls do though. Looks aren't everything when it comes to a relationship.
I'm sorry but you are utterly ridiculous, you demonstrate no independent thought, it's quite embarrassing really.

I might actually think this is a troll post.

Reread the OP and see the person I quoted. This idea of "itz mostly personality, lookz dnt matta that much1" mentality is being reiterated in this very thread, another one added to the internet.

/steps outside into the real world *Literally lulz*.
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(Original post by Profesh)
You're not a woman: you're a crypto-misogynistic basement-dweller.
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