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Girls: Do you get jealous when a female you know gets lots of male attention? watch

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    No, never
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    I'm a guy
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    Boys obviously love the vast majority of girls but we love some more than others. These are the ones that get the most attention from us. Does this leave a feeling of jealousy in another girl who is getting comparatively less male attention?

    Poll included :woo:

    edit: forgot to include "I'm a lesbian" in the poll. I'm sure you can fit in the convo without answering the poll
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    Depends on which type of man the other girl is attracting :teeth:
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    Generally, yes.
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    Sometimes. Depends on the guys.
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    (Original post by Sakura-Chan)
    Sometimes. Depends on the guys.
    :ditto:
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    Depends on the guy and the girl. Guy I like giving attention to any girl thats not me - yeah of course.
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    Nah, me and my friends attract wierd guys :P. I've got a boyfriend anyway, so if they get attention, i'm happy for them.
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    No, I don't really notice much. I live in a little dream
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    you should be all happy for each other, atleast all guys arent turning gay
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    you should be all happy for each other, atleast all guys arent turning gay
    this is very true.
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    My best friend is stunning. Tall, slim and absolutely gorgeous. Obviously she gets a LOT of male attention and sometimes you can't help but feel like the ugly best friend. I know I'm not ugly but I feel it in comparison and it can get you down and make you jealous sometimes. But then I realise we are all different for a reason and it would be boring if we were all the same

    Also, she has a boyfriend now so it's not so bad anymore
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    My best friend is stunning. Tall, slim and absolutely gorgeous. Obviously she gets a LOT of male attention and sometimes you can't help but feel like the ugly best friend.
    Yes. I know. This! So much.
    It sucks. I don't generally mind it but it gets a bit frustrating especially when the guy is really cute.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    But then I realise we are all different for a reason and it would be boring if we were all the same
    If you accompany this belief with staring at a photo of your gorgeous friend and shouting '****!' over and over in your mind then you might believe this even more effectively.
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    Definitely depending on the guy... not all of you are worth the attention you know!!
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    Nope, I'm very secure and fine with the amount of attention I get. You only really need the attention of one guy in the long-run anyways.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    My best friend is stunning. Tall, slim and absolutely gorgeous. Obviously she gets a LOT of male attention and sometimes you can't help but feel like the ugly best friend. I know I'm not ugly but I feel it in comparison and it can get you down and make you jealous sometimes. But then I realise we are all different for a reason and it would be boring if we were all the same

    Also, she has a boyfriend now so it's not so bad anymore
    You should use her as bait.
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    does piss me off though if ur clubbing or something and some guy goes up to ur mate and starts grinding or w/e and ur kinda dancing with...nobody...
 
 
 
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