Awkward sex questions to ask a girl

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Connect to your existing Awkward sex questions to ask a girl account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. Sometimes people ask questions that there are no right ways to answer. Sometimes they are deliberate trick questions, like, “Why is Obama afraid to show the public his birth certificate?

Do you think she looks better than me? But a lot of times people honestly ask the wrong question without knowing it. Here are some I see guys continually asking about women, along with the question they should be asking if they actually want an answer. What does like in a guy? Are you attracted to girls based solely on how “nice” or “jerky” they seem? You don’t even have to stop being a misogynist to recognize girls evaluate men in more than one dimension. Even a shallow girl looks for more than one thing.

For example, I like a guy who is smart, sarcastic and good at video games. Hey, I can open my own jars but I can’t get past the Meat Circus level of Psychonauts on my own. One of my friends used to have a thing for blue eyes, and another needed to find a guy that shared her musical talent. And on the other end of the spectrum, I’ve had friends that just need to check for a penis and they’re good. Being nice is important to us, but it’s not a free ticket to the bedroom if you’ve got none of the other things. But for a lot of them, this is because they’ve grown up being mistreated or abused, so trying to take advantage of that makes you a dick. What Does a Girl Mean When She Says X?

Girl, what did you mean when you said X? Believe it or not, there is, in fact, no universal woman-code language. A girl who says she is “not ready for a relationship” may literally mean the very idea of dating terrifies her at the moment for whatever reason. She may be politely avoiding telling you that she doesn’t find you attractive. She might be the manipulative harpy some men think all women are, and is playing games to see how much you want her. Are you participating in this venture or not? Well, Plan A –and I know this is going to sound crazy — is to ask her.

I’m sure that you, the socially well-adjusted Cracked reader, would have already done that, but many people will just nod in understanding at the girl and then run away to ask other people, or complain on the Internet. I’d strongly suggest Plan A, but if that goes wrong, like she’s terrible at explaining things, you might have to ask someone else. Like if you were talking to Miss Teen South Carolina. What did mean when she said X? Here I would suggest asking someone — and this is going to sound crazy again — who knows her.