Ladies, what do you think of guys at the gym lifting their shirts to look at their abs in front you?
I see a lot of guys that will go up to mirror and blatantly do it when girls are around. But a few girls have told me that think that its more of douchy move.
It comes across as self-absorbed and juvenile, frankly. I haven't met any women who think that's attractive in any way, though I suppose someone who is extremely appearance-centric and equally juvenile might be drawn to such a display. "Douchy" is probably a good way to put it
Funny question. I live in Spain where showing yourself of is part of tradition and I do appreciate seeing some good abs. Especially in the gym because that's the place where you can do this in a natural way.
I'd rather see guys doing that than women wearing these sportbra's and hotpants, showing themselves of ALL the time. Lifiting shirts is just part of being a guy in a gym here and at the beach they would walk up and down the shore to be seen and admired.
It doesn't bother me at all. It's a macho way of being in almost any Mediteranean country and I always appreciate a guy who takes care of his body by working out. I personally wouldn't lift my shirt or wear hardly anything to gym but I do go to the nude beach. That's more liberating to me than wearing few clothes to a gym.
I'm good with it. The trick is to use his shirt to wipe the sweat off of his face. Why have beautiful abs if you can't show them? That being said, if he spends more time looking at himself than the pretty girl he's probably trying to attract...well... that's a different story.
I have to fight to keep from laughing as it is so ridiculous.
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