you asked, i’m gonna answer, y’all.
here we gooooooooo!
Ricky Anderson says:
What did I ask you last time? –
- Ricky Anderson September 22, 2011 at 5:33 pm
Why do guys just look… or blatently gawk, at women but never approach them or start a conversation? Additionally, what effect (if any) does this have on the women they’re doing this to?
kind of feel like i could turn this one into it’s own blog post, and who am kiddin’? i probably will. ’til then… many guys see a girl and think, “she’s prittttty………………………………….” and that’s as far they get. 1 of 2 things happens. either their brain shuts off entirely or they have no idea what to do next, so they stare. the effect on girls? initial flattery leads pretty quickly to being creeped out.
I have noticed that women like to say something to their friends about a guy, while the guy is just within ear shot. (I’ve had this happen to me a lot). To me this seems to indicate that they wanted the guy to hear it, but the strange part is that they always deny it when you confront them about what they said. Why do women bluntly lie like that? Is it a test or something?
it’s game playing. if they can’t own up to what you OBVIOUSLY overheard, their maturity level never got past the 7th grade. next time it happens, walk right into the middle of the conversation and respond directly to what’s being said. i’ve done it. watching the panic is totally worth it.
What is your favorite flavor of Jones soda?
oh man, that’s rough. if i had to choose…the cream soda. i can’t resist a good cream soda, because i’m secretly 87 years old.
What horrors would await us in a world without beards?
men with weak chins would have no way to hide them, become inconsolably angry and wage war on men with sculpted features. it would be chaos.
Betty Boop. Hot or Not?
with that disproportionate head?!? NOT!
You know I didn’t think I would have a question… but I do. Have you (as a girl) ever given a boy the silent treatment? Did you (after enough time had passed) feel that this was effective or appropriate (or perhaps both)?
maybe in junior high? i have moments when i get real quiet because i’m sorting through how i feel or what to say or am angry and don’t want to say something inflammatory, but a real “i’m not talking to you” silent treatment? no.
Brent Baker (@bsbaker85) says:
What advice would you give to a couple to help them prepare for marriage?
uh, wow. this one really does need it’s own blog post. look for that soon. til’ then…the one piece of advice i always give as most important is never let anything get to the point of resentment. get it all out in the open, no matter how painful or trivial. get it out there and talk about it.
How do you do a break-up right? Would love a post!
did it! twice! click the crap out of those links.
Is it kosher to say these things to guys?
“I don’t want to date you so quit looking at me like I’m a cream-filled chocolate cupcake.”
“I really think you’re cool, but you’re wearing a wedding ring and never mention your wife and I’m wondering if your intentions in chatting me up every time you see me are above-board.”
“You are an amazing barista and cuter than all the Little Rascals combined. We should hang out.”
I want to say these things, but I don’t have the guts to. Is the fallout worth the moment?
first, i got called anti semitic once for using the word kosher the same way you just did. just an fyi. second, sure! why not! guys want things clear. they hate guessing or trying to read signs. i say do it.
What is you favorite childhood memory ….or funniest?
that would have to be when you ran over a cat while driving me home and we all screamed like the overly excitable girls we most assuredly were/are. or just about anything your sister and i would do when both sets of parents were out of town for the weekend…
@sharideth What’s your favorite weapon and why?
i’m pretty partial to guns. there’s really no arguing with them. lately though, i’ve also been into bow and arrows, thank you Hunger Games.
any more questions? ask them in the comments and i will answer as many as possible. do it.