It's also known as manipulation, and if it does work on some girl, it means she's fickle and will once again jump ship when another guy comes along and pulls the same trick.
Here's a REAL "trick" respect the girl, bf or not. there are no tricks. If she's not attracted to you, she's not attracted. Don't try to slowly manipulate her with subtle little tricks. Simple as. There's no special attract-o-meter to fill up like in games, y'know. If you see being "friendzoned" as a loss, then re-evaluate your priorities. If nothing else, you get a friend! Friends are good!
Also, decent girls don't thrive on drama.... don't be "That self-entitled nice guy" and don't be a jerk, just be your normal self and talk to girls like they're, you know, people.
On a lighter note, I don't think I could ever date a brony. I met one once, and the only way I could relate to his ramblings was to tell him what I did with my original my little pony collection as a little girl (I sent them off to war with each other after my Dad let me watch Braveheart when I was 6)
Unsurprisingly he never wanted to see me again. We screw up lots too xD
That females are weak, easily seducted and lead astray...
I call it bullshit.. If he or she is in a relationship and happy they pay wont any attention to any flirsts or proposals.
If I were in a relationship and I lost my girlfriend I would consider it being on me/her even though I would happily blame another person and probably would want to bash his face in if it was legal.
I would never blame her or any flirts alone unless I managed to pick a mental.
If you got something and you are getting offered something else that dont match what you currently got. Then you wont do shit.
Commonly known as happiness.
You just need to understand women more than the guys they're dating.
If a Woman is upset, hold her and tell her how beautiful she is.
If she starts to growl, retreat to a safe distance and throw chocolate at her.
My current girlfriend is the first and the third. I guess before we started dating... she broke the rule and was all three for all of a few months.
Me and my girlfriend both flirt a healthy amount, and are incredibly secure. If someone tries to go too far we drop the "Yeah I have a girlfriend/boyfriend" bomb but it rarely gets that far.Sounds like an unhealthy (unstable) relationship if it is in such a jepordy as soon as someone flirt with either one.
A relationship should have no trouble deflecting flirts, if someone turn out to be intrusive and keep trying over and over then tell them so cos it is lame, as lame as "buhuhuhhuhu someone had the nerv to flirt with my girlfriend"
Flirting and bantering is a pretty natural and healthy way to build a relationship with the opposite sex, as long as it doesn't go past that.
I've also heard people say that people who are incredibly insecure and paranoid are that way because they themselves are hiding something, and it's a projection of bad behavior onto their partner.
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Also, in some situations, I've actually managed to help girls get out of really bad relationships. Not necessarily because I wanted to date them, but because I cared enough for them that I didn't want them to suffer anymore. And what happens? They break up with one asshole only to start dating another. Maybe I need to stop being a nice guy and just be an asshole, they seem to get all the women.
The insane paranoia and ownership feelings in this thread from alot of posters is pretty darn sad. Then again I sense they are often from very young persons who have yet to learn.
This is where peole could tell me to hop off my high horse but anyone a bit older would agree with me and so will the younger ones eventually.
Because once a girl gets a boyfriend then there is no going back. Once they dump that guy they either enter a state of self pity, go find another one right away or take the whole "Who even needs boys!" route for a while before following the path of one of the first two options.
Last edited by spinner981; 2013-07-21 at 02:50 AM.
Source: Is bipolar, has a wonderful supportive network and is able to survive through the highs and lows with the help of my amazing partner, and doesn't feel that it should count against a person.
The trick is to not look and not care. Women don't want someone who needs someone else to be happy. The same can be said for guys. I don't want a girl who looks for someone because she is unhappy alone. If you can't be happy independent then you can't be happy at all.
No answer to that question. There are plenty of single ladies out there, those of us that are in relationships are no different than the single gals, we just happen to be attached. It sucks you haven't found a single one that you happen to fancy yet, but I hope you do soon
She's the one who tried to drive her car into her bf's bedroom btw.