7 Myths About Girls Debunked
Ahhh, pretty girls. Don't we love them, guys? Yes. God was in a good mood when He made girls. This is said with all respect to any or all females who might be reading this story.
But down through the centuries, many myths surrounding girls have been handed-down from generation-to-generation, and most of them are not true. And guess whom had the agony of enduring these myths that were conceived mostly by ignorant men who didn't know one thing about girls.
I am not going to pretend that "I" know all there is to know about girls, but I do know a few things.
And these "Seven Myths About Girls" below, will be debunked when this story is published.
Does "this" scene look familiar?
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MYTH NO. 7: "all girls talk about is sex when men aren't around."
How naive can menfolk be? It had to be a man who started "this" myth about girls. And the poorly-educated man was afflicted with a self-absorbing, self-important attitude. Actually, girls have great minds, I.Q.'s, and points of view. Girls do, I would guess, discuss sex such as we guys do on occasion, but not all of the time. Girls talk about their jobs, bosses, boyfriends or husbands, and politics. Not just sex.
MYTH NO. 6: "all girls "love" to be flirted with and complimented by men."
Okay. Let me get something straight. "Some" girls "do" love flirting with guys, and the occasional compliment, but dear God, around the clock? Not on your life. If a man is so dumb as to think that this myth is true, and continues in his pathway of following a pretty girl home bombarding her with flowery words, she will call the police and report him as a "stalker." If you must compliment a girl, do it in severe-moderation. Then stop.
MYTH NO. 5: "girls are so jealous that they fight for attention."
What moron started this myth? Okay, the same stupid man who said that "all girls talk about is sex when menfolk aren't around." If girls are friends with each other, why would they "fight" for the attention from a handsome guy? Girls today are mature, empowered, and secure in their womanhood, so there's no need for juvenile scrapping to get a good-looking man to look at them.
MYTH NO. 4: "all girls are born gullible, so "playboys" can lie to them easily."
Listen. If you truly believe a girl is gullible, try telling her a lie about why you are late coming in from work. A girl is NOT born gullible. She trusts until that trust is broken. Then you have trouble. A girl has "that" secret sense of evaluating instantly when a guy is telling them a lie or the truth even without asking him which is which. Like I said, guys. If you love to gamble, tell your girlfriend a bold-face lie and see where you end up? Probably walking the streets in the cold wind.
MYTH NO. 3: "girls cannot do the jobs that men do."
Tell that to the servicewomen in Iraq and Afghanistan who are fighting for our freedoms. Women today have positions of command in the Marines, Army, Navy and Air Force, and they are "tough as nails." Some even are on the ground using high-tech weapons to secure a village against terrorists. Now what was that, girls can not do the jobs men do?"
MYTH NO. 2: "the way to get a pretty girl to love you is ignore her."
When researching this story and ran across this myth about girls, I almost fell in the floor laughing. Ignoring girls can make them love you. Is that right? Well, as in the myth that "girls are gullible so you can tell them lies," the same chemistry and mechanics applies to this myth. If you are wanting a pretty girl to like you, tell her so. Do not play these outdated, stupid, and untrue games like "ignoring her" in hopes to get a date with her. If you want to be lonely, just do that one thing: Ignore the pretty girl. And do it often. Now you have your wish to be lonely.
MYTH NO. 1: "all girls want a "take charge" guy."
So by this myth, some girls want an M.P. (military police) as their companion? What was the guy thinking who started this outlandish lie? I've seen this theory attempted in my single life and without missing a beat, saw the same "take charge guy," get told to "go to hell," or "get lost, creep," by a girl who "wanted" that type of guy. Actually girls want respect, honesty, and a caring man who will treat them like people, not objects.
COMING SOON: "Myths About Men Debunked," . . .all three of them.
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