Top Ten Questions Guys Might Have About GirlsGirls, this list is in no way meant to be offensive. If you feel that way, make a similar list. This isn't meant to be sexist. I also hope this isn't too perverted or creepy, which I'm trying not to be.
Nope not for me it just fees ike have chocolate syrup coming out from body I don't get cramps I don't get mad I just act like my normal self. But that's not the case for most girls they will get emotional easily, they get cramps, they get mad easyliy to.
It's like getting sick for a week or more every single dang month, but nobody accepts it as a legitimate excuse for anything. Or not in my experience anyway.
Heck yeah... I'm a girl and periods are the worst! I always feel so sick and when I have period cramps it feels like a drill is being ran through your stomach.
Having a vagina feels and looks good. Mine does at least. Can honestly say I've ever felt another woman's vagina to comment about theirs.
Eh, sometimes you can sit down to quickly and send a shoe up there, or it get itchy for no reason.
It's alright, but hate it when it bleeds or when Cleans it self.
Well, think about it! These Disney Princess movies are made specifically...for who? Girls, mostly, at least...What about these magazines floating around? They are edited to look abnormally skinny with perfect bodies! Anyway, the truth is, most people really do care about people's image on them, even though many of those people claim that they don't care. As you see those things, I guess that it gets to you. I, personally, don't care, simply because I would love to go into Sumo if I get fat...
Because girls are much more sexualized in the media (This doesn't mean boys are not though), but from a very young age, a lot of emphasize is put on a girl to look pretty and that becomes part of our self-worth. Girls who were pretty were more respected and sought after in society, so we spend a lot of energy chasing after this ideal that doesn't really exist.
Well, in a female's brain, there is a part girls have that boys don't (not trying to be sexist) so they care about stuff that guys don't.
SHOO! Out you go! This is the final straw!
No because you will go to jail.
I mean, if you want to. I don't care.
Some? Every girl loves to gossip, just some actually feel bad about it and stop themselves (or feel bad afterwards...). Gossiping makes you feel stronger and united with the person you are gossiping with. It makes you feel like you two have common ground (even if you really don't). Some girls know it's bad and don't care, and these are the girls you should watch for. Usually gossip ends up being a lie by the end because there is always some chick along the line who exaggerates. EVERYTHING.
I hope I answered your question kind of.
Guys do too, actually. Anyway, there are 3 reasons that girls would want to gossip.
1. They want power over people, or to blackmail.
3. Because they are being blackmailed.
Even if people don't realize it, most people actually gossip a lot. If you are talking negatively about someone to a friend or something, you are technically
Gossiping. Girls tend to gossip more from my experience, but as a somehow-not-messed-with nerd I have never had any idea why people gossip...So, yup! Morale of the story: when making friendships with girls, if you hate gossip, go with the nerds that-somehow-don't-get-messed-with!
I don't like wearing makeup everyday, but for some special occasions then yes. Mostly no though. It feels like plastic and somehow hides who you really are. Some people start hating on you when you remove makeup. So, why not just not wear makeup in the beginning. Overall, it's a no.
Depends. My friend enjoys practicing make up on me, but there is usually something in turn because I think that I look ridiculous, and make-up is flipping annoying in terms of comfortability...
Gross. Make-up is in my top-5 enemy list(nearly everything is on it, even my friends XD), and it's disgusting. Who cares about physical appearance? It takes FOREVER to get off, it sticks to your face, it makes you look like a zombie, etc.
Nah. I hate shopping, especially clothe shopping, with a burning passion. If it's shopping for something I need and want to have,it's ok, but my mom will drag me around the store and act like I only have 1 or 2 clothes while my closet is FULL. I actually only need a few clothes, about only 7 T-shirts and 7 pairs of pants, but seems like my mom will never give up on trying to convince me to turn to a girly girl
Depends on what you mean by shopping. Everyone loves to shop for things, rather it's clothes, games, art supplies, or things for the house and car. So yeah I like to shop ( especially for games and art supplies).
Can't make sweeping generalizations about anything. But I personally love shopping-I could spend hours in a bookstore...
I really don't know. Naturally, I would say no, but sometimes I think that I would based on the fact that a lot of the girls that I go to school with are a bit...irritating. But hey, at least I get less comments about being small...I wouldn't get comments on having a low(ish)pitched voice, either! So...this is like the "What's your favorite colour? " Question...
Well, maybe. If I was a boy, my mom wouldn't force me to wear make up, skirts, dresses, pink stuffs, and other extremely girly and uncomfortable things! Maybe being able to change gender whenever I want to would be good
Yeah but only so I could dress up as male characters for Halloween. I mean I can I would just feel weird doing it. Plus I wouldn't have to go through periods.
I don't have a purse, it's more of a sachel, but I have it to keep my wallet, pads, phone, and a notepad. Funny story: in high school on my period, I asked my male teacher to go to the washroom, he said yes, so I stood up and grabbed my sachel. Then, he asked me, "why are you bringing your purse? " I turned bright red and I felt all the other girls feeling my pain. After that I only asked female teachers.
Where would we leave them? Outside the bathroom? Plus, we may need to sneak in some feminine hygiene products.
Periods, the purses have pads and other hygiene stuff in em.
Tingly feeling down your body, also the respective regions release a mucus that helps a said male organ do what it has too.
No I'm not gonna dumb it down, better to know the kinda gross truth.
I get this tingly feeling that starts from my neck to my well you know...
I feel tingly, I guess
Being able to stand to pee makes little difference. Sure, in toilets, you can do it more quickly, but that's not a big deal. And you can't do it in public, as that's uncivilised.
I hate having to sit to pee, because then it's harder to go anywhere.
I don't know, because I've never stood to pee.
Some of the (naive) girls who have just started dating, don't know much better and just accept it as a norm.
Other times, it originally started off as a very happy relationship, but then it started to get toxic. The girl (probably) still remembers the happier times in the relationship and stays, hoping their partner will go back to how they used to be.
Others are very bad with communication skills and feel bad when trying to break up with someone, so they may try to make their partner not like them (using various methods). But doing that can take a while, especially if the partner is taking out their stress or anger on them.
Others, like the others who have commented have said, are shallow and are doing it for money or their looks. Especially if they can use that to impress others �" this is for VERY shallow people.
My advice for dating is just don't date them just because they are good looking, make sure they have a good personality too.
They're pretty cool except for when you're doing any physical activity and they get all up in your face. It kinda hurts sometimes when they bounce around. And it SUCKS when you can see guys looking at them. It's gross.
But besides that they're like weird mounds of happiness in our period-ridden lives.
It's okay, but when you jump up and down it hurts, imagine your balls being yanked downward so fast it feels like their gonna tear off, but with boobs.
Danteem: Ah I knew it. I won't ask these questions to girls. So I think I know what is like to have boobs. It's like holding balls in your chest. I can imagine it. I also can imagine what it's like to have a vagina.
It doesn't feel like anything really...Just saying, I'd much rather be one, and especially at this age. So I don't know why people have a problem with others being virgins. Who the hell cares anyways?
Virginity isn't exclusive to girls, actually. That's a misconception made by Catholics, probably accidentally, because of the Virgin Mary.
I don't plan to lose my virginity. If I did then that would be a careless thing to do, especially at this age.
I think they are worse than annoying. They're demons, in my opinion.
Ye very annoying
Depends on my mood. If I have to, I can get ready within 5 minutes. However, if I had the time, I would spend hours getting ready every single day-and that's regardless of whether or not I was going out. I just love makeup and fashion as creative outlets. There's few things I can think of that are more relaxing and fun.
If I'm having a really bad morning 15 minutes top. I try not to take to long because my parents get really annoyed if I come down late.
Below 10 minutes. If I was in a rush, below 5 minutes. Take a shower, dry myself, grab random clothes, wear them, done
I'm into tanned guys with black hair and glasses. But the things I want the most from a guy is sensitivity, protectiveness, strength, kindness, care, humility, and romance. I may think a certain guy is cute but if he's rude, it's a complete turn off and it's not cool. In fact, I immediately see the person as ugly not attractive.
Humour, respecting different opinions (Within reason), and being cuddly cause that's nice.
Kindness, loyalty, sense of humor, and intelligence.
You see, you are talking about GIRLS. Not WOMEN. So this is assuming that most girls are virgins. With this not in mind, either, I guess that they are feeders for dirty jokes?
Never heard of him. I don't really have celebrity crushes.
I don't care for that dude. Sure, he's quite guapo, but he's not my type.