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What is overrated in women?

Posted: February 28th, 2013, 9:31 pm
by Johnny1975
I think confidence is an overrated attribute in women.

What do you think is overrated? What qualities should women not be so keen to sell themselves on?

Posted: February 28th, 2013, 11:17 pm
by Andrewww
Pretty much everything that she looks for in a man is useless on a woman: career, salary, connections, leardership skills etc.
Women that are obsessed with their pets are a big turn-off, I wouldn't put that in my dating profile.

Posted: March 1st, 2013, 5:31 am
by All_That_Is_Man
Hypothetically speaking, confidence would be nice on a woman, except so many women miss the confidence boat and carry the load of arrogance instead. Waste of life these modern day females are.

Re: What is overrated in women?

Posted: March 1st, 2013, 11:53 am
by Teal Lantern
Johnny1975 wrote:I think confidence is an overrated attribute in women.

What do you think is overrated? What qualities should women not be so keen to sell themselves on?
Men project onto females the characteristics they see/value in themselves.
Once you realize that the vast majority of females view men simply as appliances (ATM, DNA dispenser, forklift ...)**, they become much easier to understand.

It also explains why they can dump a relationship so casually; when your toaster breaks, you may say
"Damn, I need a new toaster", but you don't spend much time pining the loss of the old one ... on your way to the appliance store.



** services need not all be provided by the same appli .. er .. man.

Re: What is overrated in women?

Posted: March 1st, 2013, 2:50 pm
by S_Parc
Teal Lantern wrote:Men project onto females the characteristics they see/value in themselves.
Once you realize that the vast majority of females view men simply as appliances (ATM, DNA dispenser, forklift ...)**, they become much easier to understand.

It also explains why they can dump a relationship so casually; when your toaster breaks, you may say
"Damn, I need a new toaster", but you don't spend much time pining the loss of the old one ... on your way to the appliance store.

** services need not all be provided by the same appli .. er .. man.
Men's projections of their dreams, valuation system, etc, into women, is man's biggest Achilles heel. In a sense, what that does, esp between ages 18 and 30, is that a guy can't see a woman, for what she really is.

The reason why women can end relationships so abruptly, is that unless the guy is a bad boy (and thus needs to be re-trained by her subconsciousness), a man is simply a placeholder, for a particular role in life. That's why it's so easy for women, who can be *madly in love with Willy*, finds herself *madly in love with Jimmy*, only a few short months later. On the other hand, when a guy falls madly in love, he may takes months if not years, to get over her. Fortunately, this getting over it, grows easier, past the age of 29.