Men - and that is all men - do not fancy funny women. Now, regardless of how much I would love to take my current dry spell as a sign that I am funnier than ever and heading towards great fame and fortune, I will have to strongly disagree. They have been trying to compensate for the quality in them they thought I was longing for, by talking about how manly they were on their manly bikes or in their manly jobs.
No, I have not spent hundreds of hours in interrogation rooms interviewing hundreds of men, pointing a strong light at their faces, screaming: "A man walks into a bar... The men with whom I have laughed before, during and after sex, have been comfortable with any masculinity they have had or lacked.
I have never been one to sit around waiting for others to do things for me and seem to get everything out of life not through luck but by sheer determination.
I set myself goals and reach for them..my question is, why is this so intimidating, especially to men?
And nobody has perfected the you-don't-want-to-mess-with-me stare quite like Glenn Close.
If something is taking too long by someone else, I step in and get it done! J WOW..u really know what you are talking about, I just wish more people could see the bigger picture like you do..my how the world would be a better place.. Oh and to those who have found taurus women intimidating, ask yourself what it is you are lacking within why you feel inferior in our presence?
However, these same women always seem to blow off the opportunity of a second date, despite the fact that I'll be nothing but nice to them and not say or do anything threatening.
As a result of this trend, I've come to the conclusion that while my outgoing personality is attractive, it's also intimidating.
I tried to explain to him that nothing can make me laugh, as I am dead inside, but that did not make him feel better - nor more aroused. Not obligatory "I laugh at your little attempts of humor so that you'll fuck me" laughs, but genuine belly-laughs and tears-down-cheeks-laughs. The men who have seemed "intimidated" or "turned off" by my jokes, have been insecure and they doubted their own masculinity.
Because yes, so I have been standing in front of an insecure man pre-coital and seen him stutter one joke after the other at my face, because he was afraid I would see him as "less of a man", if he couldn't make me laugh. Here's the difference between the two kinds of men.
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