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this has bugged me for a while, and inspired by Snoops tonight:

 

why is it, every bird you meet professes to get on better with blokes, and doesn't have any girlie friends?

 

On a societal level, I don't believe it, but on an individual basis the rule is holding in my experience

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It's not a gender-specific question, it's more of a personality attribute...some guys have lots of lady-friends, but not many male friends...on the other extreme, some lads barely speak to women and thrive on gang-mentality that helps hide their insecurities, etc.

 

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Guest Verlaine

It's not a gender-specific question, it's more of a personality attribute...some guys have lots of lady-friends, but not many male friends...on the other extreme, some lads barely speak to women and thrive on gang-mentality that helps hide their insecurities, etc.

 

 

Yep, bang on.

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I dislike the term 'bird'.

 

It's 'lass' around my end.

 

We're not interested in your bedroom exploits. ;)

 

:lol:

 

Nah, that's 'love'. bluebigrazz.gif

 

I don't care what term you use, the law sees it differently.  :geordiesathome:

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why do people find it so strange for a lass to have all male friends and no female friends? does it matter? we are all the same species ffs who cares who we find our company with

 

I have a good mix of both and do find it a little odd where people will limit themself to having one choice of sex.

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I do find it a little odd where people will limit themself to having one choice of sex.

 

:lol: I'll bet! ;)

 

 

 

Doh! Its too early to think about wording things in a way which doesn't make me look like a great big ghey!  :lol:

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why do people find it so strange for a lass to have all male friends and no female friends? does it matter? we are all the same species ffs who cares who we find our company with

 

By that token if we're all the same species, and the gender doesn't matter, then it's a bit on an anomaly for a female to have all male friends and no female ones.  Not impossible, sure, but the implication

 

I'm sure there are cases where it just happens that only males happen to have the qualities that a certain female is looking for in terms of friendship within a given distance.  It's just unlikely that that's going to be the case.

 

However I think the gender thing gets in the way for some, and a woman claiming to herself that all women are unworthy of friendship is just projecting her own preconceptions onto others to justify only maintaining friendships with the other gender.  It's practically sexual discrimination and I thought people were agreed that was wrong... unless it's only wrong if guys do it?  Society's occasionally stupid that way.

 

For a woman to claim something like 'all women are just bitchy to me, so I only bother with male friends' - sorry, you're attempting to passively show off, claiming that all women have some reason to be jealous of you, hence bitchiness etc.  Here's a thought, perhaps _some women aren't jealous of you_ - not that would fit with what you want to think of yourself though, eh.  bluesigh.gif  (Not saying this is how Snoopy thinks, just have encountered this mindset before!)

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Rotten. Why, who is it?

 

I always knew you were a little.... ahem!  bluebiggrin.gif

 

Eva Mendes btw.

 

Looks a bit, erm, golden?

 

Try Natalie Inbruglia in the 'Torn' video or Kelly Roland in the Dilemma video. *exlplodes*

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Rotten. Why, who is it?

 

I always knew you were a little.... ahem!  bluebiggrin.gif

 

Eva Mendes btw.

 

Looks a bit, erm, golden?

 

Try Natalie Inbruglia in the 'Torn' video or Kelly Roland in the Dilemma video. *exlplodes*

 

Not going to argue there!  :thup:

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