Could say the same for a lot of young women these days...
A lot of women go for guys with big ego's despite complaining about them - if women stop going for guys with big ego's I can guarantee you will have less guys walking around with inflated ego's
by realtalk247 2 years ago
Is it normal for a woman not to want to hug, kiss, cuddle after sex, or be affectionate? Is that simply a preference or a psychologically disconnect in an attempt to not be vulnerable or attached to another individual? While there are degrees of affection shared among couples, Is...
by chucky12 8 years ago
Just wondrin,I did it yesterday on another Forum, to get my point accross, but all it did was make me feel an idiot, made worse when some chick figured it, based on what she said was my unusual lingo.
by Aya Katz 8 years ago
It seems that children get mixed messages about whether or not to talk to strangers. On the one hand, at school they are socialized to talk politely to any adult they see, as a matter of courtesy. Then every once in a while, during one of those safety conscious campaigns, they are told not to talk...
by Steven Escareno 21 months ago
For months now, there's been speculation as to who Kurt Russell would be playing in the next "Guardians of the Galaxy" film, and now it's official. According to multiple sources, Kurt is set to play Ego the living planet. Yes, you read right. Ego is a giant freaking...
by lxd35 3 years ago
Why do guys always send girls mixed messages?I always heard if a guy likes you and wants to talk to you, he will, but what happens if he initiates conversation then stops talking after I answer? I'm confused, help!
by Tony Lawrence 7 years ago
This hub by DawnM disturbs me:http://hubpages.com/hub/how-a-man-can-g … s-marriageI like Dawn. I follow her, I read her hubs. I don't always agree with everything she says, but this is the first time I have had a very strong negative reaction.How do others feel?By the way, for those...
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