Thread: why 8 to 9"..?
- 03-24-2012 #181PEGym Theme Song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RH76tfDxm7Y
- 03-24-2012 #182
Neither have I. I've had a couple one night stands that seemed to be interested in a relationship but honestly girls who are easy and sleep around are not very desirable for me to commit to.
- 03-24-2012 #183
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I've experienced both extremes. Fell in love with a girl I slept with on the night we met, and fell in love with a girl I had never even kissed. The second one was much better and overall left me with the feeling that I could trust my feelings more. But interestingly, there were times with the second one that I started to wonder how much of the love I was feeling was the direct result of excess semen exerting excrutiating pressure on the base of my brain.
I'm not being crude. I'm serious. If there's no love at all, you won't be confused, but if you start falling in love with a girl, and you don't have sex with her for a very long time(I'm not talking weeks here, I mean months or years), it can start getting difficult to figure out the proportions of lust and love.
On the other hand, if you start having sex with a girl before really getting to know her, it can be difficult to figure out how much of the bond you feel with her is a direct result of the intimacy you have shared. I have found that either way, I figure it out eventually, but the damage you can do to both parties when you're wrong is definitely not trivial.
You can't be afraid to go out there and try though. Everyone knows that it's a dangerous game, but one we're all destined to play. We all crave intimacy no matter how hard some may try to fight it.
- 03-24-2012 #184
And again, this is all on a very basic, natural instinct kind of way, not having anything to do with what we plan for and what goes on in our heads.
Last edited by ThomasJohnThomas; 03-24-2012 at 07:32 AM.
- 03-24-2012 #185
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I read a great article in a British newspaper a while ago about attitudes to relationships on each side of the Atlantic. It said "We don't 'date' - we pull", which sums it up brilliantly. (To 'pull' is UK slang for hooking up with someone, usually in a bar or club or at a party. There's even a humorous stock phrase, "Get yer coat, love, you've pulled"...we're such a classy lot. )
- 03-24-2012 #186
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It's not an either/or thing. It started as sex and then developed into something else but the sex is still there (and, if anything, is getting better and better as time goes on, as we get to know each other more and more intimately).
Also, I'd like to point out that girls who have one-night stands aren't necessarily "sluts". I mean come on, have I wandered into a college locker room in the 1950s or something? The idea that there are two separate classes of women - on one hand, "sluts" who have sex for fun and on the other hand, good pure girls you can introduce to your mother and that you have to seduce and romance for weeks or months before you can even kiss - is ridiculous. Women who 'sleep around' are generally capable of turning that 'off' when they meet a guy they really like and want to be with, just like men are.
Last edited by Ivor; 03-24-2012 at 02:02 PM.
- 03-24-2012 #187
So why would you guys want to go from 8 inches to 9 inches, I want 9 inches so when the waitress says leave your tip on the table I can! What was the topic again, I am confused here.Going an inch and 1/2 deeper than before
- 03-24-2012 #188
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@TJT, bad boys aren't seen as good providers. They aren't security blankets. They are quality genetic material. When we talk of bad boys, we usually mean guys that are fit, confident bordering on arrogant, risk takers, and social. I hate the term 'bad boy' because it poorly defines the attractive traits we are talking about. Their social behaviour usually presents them with a number of women to choose from, so they do not put much importance on any individual girl around them. A guy who has little to no options will invest all his energy on a single girl, ultimately pushing her away. The 'bad boy' is displaying strengths that will aid him in survival and further copulation, which is what the female will want for the offspring. Another point is competition for value. Something can be valuable simply because other people want it. A man will seem more attractive the more other girls seem to want him. It happens to guys too... Megan Foxx really isn't all that impressive, but the hype around her is crazy.
Or so they say. Honestly, I hate this argument a bit. It is a complete generalization, full of holes, but if you were looking for an psycho-evolutionary motivation, this is it. We don't need to look into the genetic past to recognize attractive traits. Those traits are obvious. Everyone talks about how important confidence is, not because of our cave-man days, but because they saw a confident guy pick up a model last week at a club.
I feel there needs to be movement away from pseudo-psychological validation for behaviour, as it proves nothing. We know it works, because we have seen it work: that is all the proof we need. Anything else is just a shiny distraction from the facts.
@BigO: Or use it as a rope to save someone from quick sand!
Last edited by CaptainJohnson; 03-24-2012 at 09:35 AM.
- 03-24-2012 #189
That is a fantastic idea, I am close to water here on the island and when no one is is troulble I can troll with it.Going an inch and 1/2 deeper than before
- 03-24-2012 #190
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