"Why women piss me off"  

rm_connor696 60M
944 posts
7/14/2006 7:18 am

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"Why women piss me off"


A few days ago I posted some thoughts about all those inappropriate, disrespectful, and even abusive e-mails men send to the women on this site, especially the more visible one ( Men are selfish pricks; women are manipulative cunts ). In a response, the always charming humboldthonni expressed curiosity about matters in the other direction. And now I'm curious, too. After all, we don't see men posting the same "I'm mad as hell" comments to their blogs.

So some questions for the men on this site: Have you ever received offensive e-mail from a woman? If so, did she initiate the exchange, or did it come as a response to your e-mail? What was it about the e-mail that you found offensive" In addition, have you ever found a woman's profile to be offensive, and again, if so, what was offensive about it?

florallei 99F

7/14/2006 12:16 pm

Just a hello...not of the male gender...have a great weekend.
flo


MissAnnThrope 56F
11488 posts
7/14/2006 8:21 pm

I admit, I have sent offensive mail after getting something offensive myself. I have no choice. I stick it up on my blog for the world to see. I'm also told by men my profile is offensive. Quite a bit, actually.

The mad as hell comments I see in men's blogs run along the lines of, they sent 200 women the same email and not one wrote back. Why won't single women date married men? What is wrong with the women of this site, why won't they meet them and have anonymous sex? Etc, etc. Basically, the men I see bitching in the blogs are the very types we women complain about. The clueless.


rm_connor696 replies on 7/14/2006 11:39 pm:
Yeah, I had thought something along those lines. After all, in this respect it doesn't matter whether you're a jerk or a fundamentally decent sort: we are all the heroes of our own stories, so the jerks will end up seeing themselves as the slighted ones. But I'm pretty sure the die-hard jerks aren't looking at my blog very much. You know, too many big words and, I hope, at least semi-thoughtful sentiments. Still, I was (and am) interested in what men have to say--including, I guess, the ones who deserve the abuse.

For what it's worth, your profile remains one of the most fundamentally sane I've seen. So of course you attract flak!

whineyblonde0r 53F
140 posts
7/15/2006 5:51 am

Connor, further expanding on your questioning, We all occasionally peruse the profiles of the same sex. Gauging the competition maybe? Or is it just curiousity that makes me sometimes check out the other women? But, with that thought out there..What do women laugh/shake their heads at in other womens profiles? Do men look at other mens profiles also? I would assume so. Otherwise I wouldn't see the same lines in numerous profiles. One being "I'm not changing my life, I am just shaking it up." What thoughts are there in a mans profile that make another man say...He isnt going to get "laid" with that profile. And since you have a huge womanly response it seems to your blogs...Ladies...What is the first thing you scroll to when you pop up a profile? Marital status, location then the substance of the profile is the order that I tend to look at and when receiving an email, If it starts with "hey sexy" I dont normally bother reading it.


rm_connor696 replies on 7/16/2006 8:40 am:
Out of curiousity, I did recently look at a few men's profiles. The thing is, I have no idea which profiles were successful where sex was the only goal. Do guys ever get any by crowing about their size, stamina, and "masculinity? I wouldn't think so, but I've seen some real assholes pick up women in bars, so who knows? Then too, I'm surprised by the number of women (well, I think they are women) whose profiles say they just want a real man who can fuck them back to third grade and then leave them the hell alone, adding that only long-lasting repeat performers with huge cocks need apply. On the one hand, they seem to be inviting those "Come over tonight, bitch, and I'll fuck you up the ass" e-mails. On the other, I doubt that many men can live up to the requirements. So I'm befuddled.

BTW, a lot of women's profiles, too, have identical lines (e.g., "I'm not looking to change my life"). I think it might be something the site provides for those too lazy or soulless to write their own. Now for me, that's a turn off.

MissAnnThrope 56F
11488 posts
7/15/2006 10:50 am

The die-hard jerks will never read your blog for one reason and one reasons only. "Dude, read another guy's blog? That's so gay!"


rm_connor696 replies on 7/16/2006 8:24 am:
Apparently so . . .

whineyblonde0r 53F
140 posts
7/20/2006 4:56 am

Connor, as a post-note..I see no men were couragous enough to respond here to your questions. Seconding MissAnn's reasoning. Since I have spent a lot of time in the A F F "dating" pool, I learned how to read a profile and pick out things that might fit into my criteria. Not many support the idea of finding a steady long term relationship here. Though this site possibly isnt the best place to look for that...I do know there are some wonderful men here that want it also. I might not have been cut out for the one night, fuck em and leave em idea, but it always amazed me how some men could tailor themselves to be what you want a man to be. Quite possibly they might be worse than the men who just plainly upfront say.....wanna fuck....at least you know, without lies where they stand.


rm_connor696 replies on 7/20/2006 7:26 am:
Sigh. As if being gay were a bad or shameful thing instead of being, well, just a thing.

As for bait and switch, I suppose that knows no gender boundaries. still, I know what you mean. And if anything is worse than being abused and insulted, it's being deceived so that you can later be abused and insulted.

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