Gal's Opinions On Stuff 2 . (Censored version)


#1

Seriously you locked the last version? You could have just given me a warning and edited my post. I was more interested in if anyone would answer than the actual answer.

Anyway fine I’ll behave in this version.

Ok girls do you like the smell of man sweat? For example after he’s been training?


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#2

Training what? You mean exercising?

I’m sort of mixed on this. If it’s just from the gym, then ok. I can deal with that - it’s cool. It’s sexy.

But, if it’s sweat from yard work and there’s grass and mud and crap - forget that. That’s just gross. Take a shower first.


#3

Slowhand wrote:

[quote]Training what? You mean exercising?

I’m sort of mixed on this. If it’s just from the gym, then ok. I can deal with that - it’s cool. It’s sexy.

But, if it’s sweat from yard work and there’s grass and mud and crap - forget that. That’s just gross. Take a shower first.[/quote]

Interesting, yeah I did mean the gym/sport stuff, a chinesse girl at my Kung Fu class didn’t like the smell of us sweaty men but a white woman did. I like the smell of mud and grass myself.


#4

Ew…


#5

I work at a restaurant, dealing with a lot of sea food. When I come home from a hot day at work, I can’t get my gf offa me, it’s PERFECT.


#6

I agree with above -

Double EW!


#7

Hentai wrote:

So you’re saying your girl is turned on by her boyfriend smelling like dead fish?

I think I’ll wrap that thought up right there, we don’t need this thread locked too.


#8

Actually they did a study where they had women groups hold meetings in a test room. Every now and then, they hid a males sweaty gym sock under one of the chairs. The scent was barely noticeable.

Each time they hid the gym sock, the woman’s group at the time clustered around the chair it was hidden. Otherwise, they tended to be more scattered.

Do women mind guys having hairy arms and legs? No particular reason I am asking.


#9

redshirt1 wrote:

Well, I guess that depends on HOW hairy we’re talking… Men are supposed to have more hair than women. So no, I don’t mind if guys have hairy arms and legs, as long as it’s not a LOT. Let’s not go overboard here.


#10

Slowhand wrote:

[quote]redshirt1 wrote:

Well, I guess that depends on HOW hairy we’re talking… Men are supposed to have more hair than women. So no, I don’t mind if guys have hairy arms and legs, as long as it’s not a LOT. Let’s not go overboard here.[/quote]

So what qualifies as too much?

Robin Williams hairy, perhaps?


#11

A bit bald isn’t he?


#12

I’m a hairy dude, but I refuse to shave/wax. CAUSE I’M A MAN!!!


#13

fillet wrote:

No sure you can claim with pretty ribbon tied in you chest hair.


#14

Eightdevil+ wrote:

[quote]Slowhand wrote:

Well, I guess that depends on HOW hairy we’re talking… Men are supposed to have more hair than women. So no, I don’t mind if guys have hairy arms and legs, as long as it’s not a LOT. Let’s not go overboard here.

So what qualifies as too much?

Robin Williams hairy, perhaps?

[/quote]

Robin Williams is just a little TOO hairy. He’s just on the brink.


#15

Ha! No ribbon. Mini-rows, that’d be hilarious.


#16

(shudder) Sorry guys - I don’t go for the hairy ape man look. If back hair can be braided - that’s just too much for me! Ew!


#17

Ah c’mon, think of the bonding to be had. Sharing brushes and scrunchies.


#18

Can we move along to the next question, please?


#19

So I was sitting here thinking, if I had an anime postcard right now I’d mail it to someone. Which brought me to a question to pose: Girls, would they prefer a hand written note or a text message? Also an entire stack of movies just fell over, creeped me out.


#20

fillet wrote:

I have several notes/letters/cards from when my hubby and I were dating. It’s nice to look over them whenever I happen to run across them.

I’d much prefer them to text messages, since if you accidentally erase a text message… oops!

But you can always tuck a note in somewhere special to be found later, it’s just a very romantic thing to do. (Like inside a lunch box, or in the pages of a book they’re reading, etc.)