I have noticed that if the woman is attractive or if the man is in to her he will offer to walk her to her car however, overweight, older or unattractive women rarely ever get offers to be walked to their cars.
Same thing if you are having car trouble on the side of the road. When I was young and attractive I had lots of help pull over but now, as a middle aged woman nobody pulls over to help me.
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No, dicks before chicks.
Any girl (unless a lesbian) would rather have a boyfriend to kiss than a girlfriend to just talk to.
Funny I was just thinking about this today, working security at large hotel downtown, late at night I will sometimes get several requests from females to walk them around the corner to the diner or down the street to their cars... that said, if I am not working and am walking too close to a female I don't know I will notice them constantly speeding up to put distance between us, even though I'm just a cute skinny white guy I guess I still resemble a threat.
Who cares what her voice sounds like over the radio? Obviously the station has no concerns. She is funny and cracks me up all the way to work. ACE & TJ sucked. Smart move switching Otis to drive time and adding Brittney to the line.
Brittney, I have read your writing for years and it is great that you are now on the radio, but have you ever considered voice lessons? I was surprised to hear that that is your voice, and for radio it sounds high, young, and just not appealing to the ears. You have good things to say so I hope you get some help in saying them in a more radio-friendly voice.
So the Charlotte Observer posts on their front page for all of our children to see, "I'll bring the penis-shaped straws". Bravo again Charlotte Observer your a class act.
What a great list!! I work with teen girls in a residential setting and there is so much girl on girl hate.
I think the one that should be added is
Thou shall learn to let hatred go and free ones self from past incidents of girl crime and will under no circumstances hurt another in the name of revenge.
First or all, I want you to thank you for taking the time to write this piece. As a bro, I wish many other bros had read something like this because the opposing genders supposedly share similar codes. I mean, almost identical as far as the relevant issues are concerned (because I am never going to say "hey buddy, what you're wearing makes you look fat" (because I'm sure he already knows, and even if that's news to him ... them are usually fightin' words).
Unfortunately, ignorance isn't bound to one gender or the other; leaving both sides with those who seem to either not know, not understand, or simply choose to ignore the code. Which makes life a bit more difficult for those who do everything in their power to abide by the golden rule (which should AT LEAST be applied to those you call your friends).
Okay, so I noticed an inconsistency and felt the need to point it out...
"Thou shall not call another girl ugly, fat or insult her outfit without looking in the mirror first..."
"Thou shall not let another woman leave the ladies room with toilet paper stuck to her shoe, and will be honest about whether that dress makes her look fat or not."
How are you going to tell another girl that what she's wearing makes her look fat if you run into her in a ladies room? She's already out, so there's nothing she can do about it... put yourself in their shoes, you know that if some girl approached you in the bathroom while you were out and was like, "Hey, I am not trying to be rude, just looking out... that dress makes you look fat" you might (or you might not, but I know girls who would) let it completely ruin the evening or at least make you uncomfortably self-conscious. But yeah, I felt compelled to take the liberty of providing my unsolicited two cents. ;-)
As far as Sean's opinion is concerned, I live by a different guy code. If your friend dated a girl and had feelings for her, unless it's been... like... years and he's over her, true "bros before *hoes" don't cast their line into the same pond (unless initially asked by said bro, which rarely ever happens). That's a just a no-no. There are far too many fishing holes around for you to find it, in any way, necessary to go there. I realize that fishing holes may not have been the best analogy... but it gets my point across. =)
"Sit back and wait for the right balls to come to you..." <- I LOLed!
OK I get all of them but this one:
Thou shall not flirt with a guy another friend has dated or truly cared about. Including but not limited to texting, Facebooking, tweeting and/or calling.
In guy code, if your ex is a great person and one of your buddies wants to date her good for them. I have truly cared about my exes and wish them the best in life even if it did not work out between us. Of course is she's a complete bitch you give him the heads up [and if he's an ass same goes on letting her know but on the down low because bros before hos =)].
The truth is, I think, to just put it out there. If you want to find a person who can handle the good and the bad they have to know that there was bad. The person is either gonna like you for who you are or they aren't. The good and bad things that have happened to you are what made you who you are, so embrace those things and let anyone you like know so they can decide if they like how you became who you are.
You can do It! Who will be on the team to garner the Asian American listeners? LoL Think "Gentle Oriental
maybe start working the geriatric set and taking advantage of early bird specials?
good luck, hon. for some people (like me), it is their dream job... ~yerg
As a guy, I do try to be protective over girls I know if they're alone. Usually if I offer to drive a girl home, I am concerned about her safety and well-bring.
That being said, with some of my friends, I wouldn't be closed off to the idea of having a drink at her place or getting to know her better, but that's never the reason I do what I do.
You never said whether or not he had cocaine.
funny girl. I know if I was there I would tried my best to help you. I would do my best to give you all the help you need. has this happened to you. when your friends ask you for help, you get up and do it but when you need help they are busy
From a man's point of view, you got to remember not every man is out to be inappropiate towards woman. I'm a guy who has done the can i give you a ride or opening up the door and at times if it is raining let them borrow my umbrella. I don't mind in using chivalry and when a woman needs help I give without an motive. i would walk her home or even to her car for just being a gentleman for her safety. then if we started talking and she liked me then it would be great and worth it. we don't live in a world today where people show alot of compassion for others but judge on looks
Not only is it difficult to tell the hero's from the hornballs, but if I had left alone and some random guy came up to me and asked to walk me home or to my car...in a dark parking garage, no less?! I think not! He could be a great guy, with perfectly good intentions, and my alarm bells would be going off.
Have we all become so jaded? or have I been watching one too many movies?
It would be interesting to find out if men would actually approach a woman alone, and ask to walk her home or to her car, just out of thoughtfulness and safety concern, as opposed to 'making your move'.
Did Larken not come over and help!? That lazy-ass! Shoot me a message next time & I'll drag him over and the two of us can knock anything out!
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