Pretty much every man who ever existed has had the experience of hearing one thing from a woman when she meant quite the opposite. It is part of the collective female psyche to never tell the actual truth about anything. I found some examples of this in the comments section of the following post over at ROK…….
ROK – How To Understand Women
Whilst the article itself is interesting, the real gold is in the comments section. Without naming ever contributing commenter, here is a list of the nuggets they contributed which clearly show that what women say never has anything to do with what they mean….
“I hate all men” = My ex was a fucking alpha, he smashed women more beautiful than me and owned me in every situation and didn’t give a fuck about me yet I was attracted to him and kept coming back for more, he left me and I still can’t get over him so I’m going to make the next guys that come into my life suffer.
“That’s okay” = I want to think long and hard about how I’m going to make you suffer
“Whatever” = fuck off
“I’m tired, I think I’m just going to stay in tonight” = I’m going to fuck someone else tonight
“It’s nothing” = this is a big deal
“I’m not ready to have sex yet” = You’ve still got 453 hoops to jump through cowboy
“I can’t stand my ex” = I think about doing him every night
“I don’t suck dick” = i don’t suck YOUR dick
“call me on Thursday to confirm” = you’re my backup plan. I have almost no intention of actually going out with you
“sorry I can’t make it this Friday after all” = I found something better to do
“it’s just girls night out” = I’m looking for the bigger better deal (BBD)
“Your friends are awesome!” = once I get you to commit I’ll alienate every one of them from you and slowly isolate you and your wallet
“I’m not sure what I want” = I don’t want you
“I’m open minded for sex” = I fuked lot of guys. Can you say slut?
“She is a bitch/ slut/ bimbo” = She is more attractive than me and that disturbs me.
“Can you buy me a drink?” = Shit test. Mostly translated to “Are you an undesirable loser?”
“You’re mean!” = You are one of the few who has the guts to neg me/ My beauty and sexuality isn’t working on you.
“I want a guy that will love me for who I am, no matter what” = I’m unlovable.
“I’m for equality” = I don’t wanna be the woman in the relationship. Can you say entitlement issues?!
“I’m adventurous” = I visit new clubs and try new drinks, shoes, and penises.
“You’ll never settle down.” = please settle down with me.
“Are you gay?” = I probably don’t have a chance with you and it frustrates me.
“She’s such a slut” = I’m a slut.
“I hated my father” = I’m easy and like men who abuse me.
“How long was your longest relationship?”= What is the longest you’ve gone before she dumped your ass for somebody better?
“I’m not that type of girl.” = Actually I am, just not with you.
“I just broke up with my boyfriend.” = Your place or mine?
“You remind me of my brother” = I am repulsed at the thought of dating you.
“I like a big guy. It makes me feel protected.” = I like a big guy who can throw me around in the bedroom.
“I haven’t dated anyone in a long time.” = I have a long term fuck buddy.
“I’m scared of being hurt” = I’ve realised I don’t like you as much as I thought i did
“He’s like a brother to me” which is Womanese for “I haven’t fucked him…yet”
“You’re not listening to me” = “You’re not agreeing with me”
“I think we should see other people” = “There’s another guy I want to fuck, but I want to hold on to you, in case he’s a creep who pumps me and dumps me”
“Why do you try to SOLVE my problems when I just need you to LISTEN?!” = “Get ready for a long-ass boring story that could be resolved in under two minutes, using rational thought, but can be drawn out into a marathon bitch-fest.”
“I’d like a guy like you” = “Only not you. I’d want him to be much sexier, and pussy whipped”
“Go ahead and do what you want” = “Don’t you fucking dare!”
“You’re such an asshole!” = “I love you!”
The sad thing is that as obvious as the above is to me now, I fell for this kind of bullshit many a time in my younger years. Back then, there was no internet and hence, no manosphere so I suppose I can use that as an excuse. For the young dudes of today, there is no excuse; learn how to interpret womanspeak and you will be all the better at handling women for it.