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“I’m just texting because you’re cute or nice or whatever,” says Jordan.“If you treat me like I’m a dog just because I think you’re cool enough to text, that's not cool.” In other words, exchanging texts with a guy isn't a reason to change your behavior.“I couldn’t stand it.” His friend Robert has a different issue: “Girls like guys with good bodies but, when I try to get six-pack abs, it never works. Screaming at me and freaking out on me isn’t right.” We know what you’re thinking: Boys just don’t understand what it feels like to wake up with serious cramps, bloating, breakouts and headaches. But that doesn't mean you should take our your pain on anyone, much less a guy who doesn't get it.I just feel like I have a spare tire all the time.” If you could get a view of Robert, you would tell him what we told him: He’s out of his mind—the boy is a total babe! The best thing you can do is take care of yourself.“Girls are always passing notes around or texting each other in class, and it’s just so friggin’ dumb,” says Joey. And if it’s really true and they are talking about me, then that’s just lame.” Rude is the word, actually, Joey.“Or they’ll look right at me, then whisper to each other and laugh. Whispering and gossip can seem pretty immature, especially when you're spreading rumors or being mean to another girl.Oh, and be sure that the “information” isn’t going to hurt someone’s feelings, OK? Boys worry about what you think of their hair, skin, weight and clothes.“My best friend is a girl, and the other day she said my hair looks exactly the same every single day,” says Luis.
But us girls know first hand that understanding guys can be just as complicated. Nearly every guy we talked to says when he texts, he's really just trying to get you know you better. “It’s like texting a girl means I’m admitting I like her, but that’s not what’s up,” explains Mikey.Just be yourself, take it slow and feel out the situation. Judging from our survey, boys just don't get makeup. Sure, they all like pretty girls, but they also have a problem with a face that looks full-on painted. ” Don’t worry, we set Billy straight about one thing: Girls don't apply makeup to “get them a guy.” We wear makeup because we like it, full stop. But remember, boys are not the authority on fashion and beauty. A lot of times, guys' are at a loss with girls' emotions. ’” Clearly Pete just doesn't get that a new season of your favorite show or the return of the PSL are pretty much the best things since sliced bread.Sure, a text could lead to something more, but for now, it's just a text, so there's no need to stress or DTR right away. “Why do girls think they need to have so much crap on their faces? “Girls at my school wear all this black crap on their eyes, and their lips are, like, thick with brown goop. You may be a girl who prefers to go au naturel every day, or you may love using every shade of eyeshadow in your Naked palette on any given Tuesday at school. Sure, it's good to know that you don't need to put in a ton of effort every morning to impress someone, but it’s your choice if you want to apply enough purple mascara to impair your vision. “What is up with girls hopping up and down when they’re happy about something? “I really do want to know why are girls so excited about normal stuff,” says Pete. But really, what Pete's saying is something a lot of surveyed guys struggled with: unpacking how girls are feeling, and why.Colin, a self-described shy boy, has an interesting theory: “I think girls like attention, and being excited about something makes people look and wonder what she’s so happy about.” Hmm...While Colin the amature psychologist has certainly thought a lot about the topic, we're not sure he's cracked the case yet.