I think it depends on the girl. In general most girls talk a lot already but I know there are a few out there who prefer to listen and don't say much and like guys who talk more. I like a good balance of conversation where we both talk pretty much the same amount. It's fine to talk lots, just don't talk about yourself the whole time!
Depends on the woman, I guess. Some women prefer that men be quiet so that they can do all the talking And how much is "too much" or "alot" is going to vary from person to person, so...it's kinda iffy..
As far as what to talk about, women tend to really like a guy that knows about a lot about a variety of different subjects and can engage in conversation with wit and humor. For women, one of the things that are on the top of their list for attractive qualities in a guy are kindness, intelligence, and sense of humor. In my experience, anyway.
However. your comments do not disprove the fact that men are typical alpha-male egotistical sexist windbags. It simply proves you did not admit it. Shame. I shall not relent. I will fight for truth. Someday the truth will be known and admitted by all.
All men are not alpha males to begin with. All men are not egotistical either. All men are not sexist either. I don't need to admit all men are, because that would be considered lying and I'm not in the habit to lie.
Yes, there are men who are alpha males, this is a proven fact. And, yes there are men who are egotistical, again this is proven fact. And yes there are men who are sexist windbags, again this is a proven fact.
But, not ALL men can be classified into one category, just like ALL women cannot be. To do so, is pure unadulterated dishonesty.
Whoever the picture is in the first post needs a shave badly. I would not want to be seen in such scruffy company. If it is a celebrity of some sort, that does not change my opinion.
If a clean, well presented man wishes to speak with me, the amount he talks is not important to me. What is important is that he speaks in a witty, erudite and intelligent manner about topics such as art, music, theatre, philosophy, and so on. It is equally important that he does not talk about cars, pop music, television or sports.
It depends on what they talk about. I loved my late husband dearly, but he loved history (too much) and sometimes he would go on and on about history of stuff... it was interesting the first five minutes but after that...
I dated a guy who couldn't stop talking about his dead wife. No second date for that one... ok, he didn't call me again. I guess I wasn't a good listener. Another one, who kept talking about past girlfriends... OMG! Guys, we don't want to hear about your dead wives, ex-wives, past girlfriends. We want you talk about us, to us.. how beautiful we are... to you.
I love men who have a great sense of humour. I hate mimes and I'm not good in charade, so they have talk to make me laugh.
I would have to say sometimes. It depends on what they're talking about. lol. I love men talking about me for one, but who doesn't like that. I don't like men who talk about themselves constantly. That can bore you to death. Usually positive things about life are the way to go to keep some interest.
I love a man who can get excited enough to talk and talk about something (anything) besides sports and sex. That's incredibly attractive! And I especially love a man who does not "talk down" as if a woman wouldn't understand the deep subject he's involved with - treats me like an equal and never plays strong and silent. Oh, and men who will answer your questions with thoughtful answers and not pretend not to hear things they don't want to hear or talk about.
It could just be me, and and I could be getting the wrong impression entirely, but in my experience women generally DO like men who talk. Maybe not a lot, neccessarily, but something worth saying, something a woman wants to hear, and something that's being said in earnest and not simply BECAUSE a woman wants to hear it. I mean, can we honestly generalize between only men and women as opposed to looking at it individually? People are all different, and so many more factors are involved. Two men can say the exact same thing to a beautiful woman. One man is successful and handsome. The other...not so much. Heh. But the woman would likely love to hear it from the first man. The other, if she even chose to listen in length, would just as well be speaking to a brick wall. This is a generalization as well. Either way, no one wants to hear a bunch of crap. You tell me I'm sexy and you have no ulterior motive for doing so, I could listen to you all day. You tell me I'm ugly, and I'll accept the criticism, but I really don't want to hear about it in length. The question just depends on so many things, like the relationship between the man and woman. Heh. Sorry. Didn't mean to make such a long post.
yes! As a woman, I like a man with full of sense when it comes to his talking, and I really want a man to start the conversation and give a topic. It is a major turn-off when I am the one who started the talking. Silent water runs deep they say.
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