Guys/Girls: What is your real opinion on..

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  • ythannah
    ythannah Posts: 4,197 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Guys/girls: what keeps you from sliding into someone’s DMs when you’d otherwise want to talk to them?

    Back when we could still DM without the FR rigamarole I would message super tall men for clothing recommendations because the SO is super tall and shopping options are nil here. Retail Research.
  • _sw33tp3a_11
    _sw33tp3a_11 Posts: 4,692 Member
    Guys,

    Do you like it when your girl calls you baby?
  • PlentyofProtein00
    PlentyofProtein00 Posts: 3,024 Member
    Guys,

    Do you like it when your girl calls you baby?

    Eeewww
  • Guys,

    Do you like it when your girl calls you baby?
    Indifferent to it. Any pet name can get old if overused though
  • eatpolerepeat
    eatpolerepeat Posts: 27,178 Member
    Guys,

    Do you like it when your girl calls you baby?

    Mine does but he'll never admit it
  • MaltedTea
    MaltedTea Posts: 6,287 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Women: if a man messages you, what is your reaction? Be real

    "Who dis?"
  • MaltedTea
    MaltedTea Posts: 6,287 Member
    edited November 2020
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Guys/girls: how do you politely indicate you don’t want to message anymore without coming right out and saying it?

    I'd come right out and say it, personally. I'd appreciate the same. [Spock voice...] Is this not how communication and boundaries among humans work?
  • PaperDoll_
    PaperDoll_ Posts: 33,049 Member
    Ladies

    It’s okay to send creepy, inappropriate messages to other ladies, right? 😬

    I mean, too late now 😏
  • CacoEther
    CacoEther Posts: 2,465 Member
    Guys,

    Do you like it when your girl calls you baby?

    Mine does but he'll never admit it

    You two are the cutest
  • Mr_Healthy_Habits
    Mr_Healthy_Habits Posts: 12,578 Member
    Guys,

    Do you like it when your girl calls you baby?

    She can I don't mind...

    But I would feel like I might as well ask her about her fitness goals if I called her Baby or Babe...

    I prefer just Jes... It's way hotter than Babe 😏😂
  • eatpolerepeat
    eatpolerepeat Posts: 27,178 Member
    PaperDoll_ wrote: »
    Ladies

    It’s okay to send creepy, inappropriate messages to other ladies, right? 😬

    I mean, too late now 😏

    Completely normal if it's you sending
  • jjpptt2
    jjpptt2 Posts: 5,620 Member
    Going back a couple of pages to the questions about messages/comments being misconstrued...

    Most of my "interractions" are online. I have little use or patience for people IRL. I've perceived more and more momentum behind that idea that any comments about another person not explicitly asked for are unwelcomed and could border on shaming, harrassment, etc.

    Is my perception off in that sense, or do other people have similar impressions/feelings? If so, do you feel this is now the social norm, or is it just a small portion of people making a lot of noise?

    To be clear, I am aware of the difference between commenting, "you look great" and "nice tits"... I'm not *that* oblivious.
  • CacoEther
    CacoEther Posts: 2,465 Member
    jjpptt2 wrote: »
    Going back a couple of pages to the questions about messages/comments being misconstrued...

    Most of my "interractions" are online. I have little use or patience for people IRL. I've perceived more and more momentum behind that idea that any comments about another person not explicitly asked for are unwelcomed and could border on shaming, harrassment, etc.

    Is my perception off in that sense, or do other people have similar impressions/feelings? If so, do you feel this is now the social norm, or is it just a small portion of people making a lot of noise?

    To be clear, I am aware of the difference between commenting, "you look great" and "nice tits"... I'm not *that* oblivious.

    Hmm. Maybe true online in general but I wouldn’t see it that way here in chit

    I’d say the vast majority of people feel good when singled out and given a compliment. A small but noisy minority might disagree. (I don’t mean this with any lack of sensitivity to true harassment issues, i’m talking about general well-meaning commentary)
  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,354 Member
    Guys,

    Do you like it when your girl calls you baby?

    pfft ... call me anything you want.

    Just don't call me late to dinner.
  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,354 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    jjpptt2 wrote: »
    Going back a couple of pages to the questions about messages/comments being misconstrued...

    Most of my "interractions" are online. I have little use or patience for people IRL. I've perceived more and more momentum behind that idea that any comments about another person not explicitly asked for are unwelcomed and could border on shaming, harrassment, etc.

    Is my perception off in that sense, or do other people have similar impressions/feelings? If so, do you feel this is now the social norm, or is it just a small portion of people making a lot of noise?

    To be clear, I am aware of the difference between commenting, "you look great" and "nice tits"... I'm not *that* oblivious.




    I’d say the vast majority of people feel good when singled out and given a compliment.

    That cat tower of yours is pretty hot.
  • CacoEther
    CacoEther Posts: 2,465 Member
    Motorsheen wrote: »
    CacoEther wrote: »
    jjpptt2 wrote: »
    Going back a couple of pages to the questions about messages/comments being misconstrued...

    Most of my "interractions" are online. I have little use or patience for people IRL. I've perceived more and more momentum behind that idea that any comments about another person not explicitly asked for are unwelcomed and could border on shaming, harrassment, etc.

    Is my perception off in that sense, or do other people have similar impressions/feelings? If so, do you feel this is now the social norm, or is it just a small portion of people making a lot of noise?

    To be clear, I am aware of the difference between commenting, "you look great" and "nice tits"... I'm not *that* oblivious.




    I’d say the vast majority of people feel good when singled out and given a compliment.

    That cat tower of yours is pretty hot.

    You should see it when it’s on fire 🔥
  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,354 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Motorsheen wrote: »
    CacoEther wrote: »
    jjpptt2 wrote: »
    Going back a couple of pages to the questions about messages/comments being misconstrued...

    Most of my "interractions" are online. I have little use or patience for people IRL. I've perceived more and more momentum behind that idea that any comments about another person not explicitly asked for are unwelcomed and could border on shaming, harrassment, etc.

    Is my perception off in that sense, or do other people have similar impressions/feelings? If so, do you feel this is now the social norm, or is it just a small portion of people making a lot of noise?

    To be clear, I am aware of the difference between commenting, "you look great" and "nice tits"... I'm not *that* oblivious.




    I’d say the vast majority of people feel good when singled out and given a compliment.

    That cat tower of yours is pretty hot.

    You should see it when it’s on fire 🔥

    I'm sure that's only a matter of time.
  • CacoEther wrote: »
    Women: if a man messages you, what is your reaction? Be real

    Curiosity and interest. He could, after all, want the recipe for something I was talking about in a forum, or to ask me how the heck I cope with having a boyfriend AND a girlfriend, doesn't he get jealous, and that's not a problem. I like to talk to friendly intelligent people. I have even been known to flirt on occasion. I am even willing to talk about how my kink works in a 24/7 relationship. I'm a very friendly open person.

    Actually the people who think that it's appropriate to message me and assume I'm here to help him with the problem in his pants aren't a problem either. I have a delete button.



  • hawkeye45_
    hawkeye45_ Posts: 812 Member
    How can you tell the difference between someone wanting attention and someone wanting your attention?