posted on Jul, 30 2008 @ 12:22 AM
For any who don't alreayd know, I'm a woman so all my responses are from the feminine perspective.
Are women fantasy based?
In some ways. I find women highly dichotomous. They are either harpies who don't stop nagging or are too nice to tell the truth about that beer gut
and inability to fix anything. They are turned on by the strong silent type but get upset when he doesn't ask about their day. They want attention
but don't want to admit to soliciting it. Some women are fantasy based about some things, usually men. Some women need to pretend that the man they
threw away their youth on was worth it. Some women need to pretend that next year he will remember her birthday. Isn't it funny that men are so often
used to quantify women?
Why do women go after the 'bad' guy?
Because he's cocky, good looking, and sexually attractive.
Why are they dissatisfied with the 'nice' guy?
Women need two men to be satisfied. The bad guy who makes them hot and the good guy who takes care of them. The problem is finding these two men
rolled into one real life man. It's practically impossible so many women go through life unsatisfied with one extreme or the other.
For all you nerds out there, think of it this way. We would all love to fool around with Wolverine, but everyone knows Cyclops is the husband
Do women want big muscle and no feelings or slender and caring?
I would say that it depends on the day. Sometimes big muscles and sometimes big hearts. But ideally, both. No feelings and slender? These guys are out
there and we don't want you!
Regarding the diamonds:
Most women have been brainwashed to accept no substitutes. I personally know a girl who wouldn't marry her bf unless he gave her a specific
Tiffany diamond (la ti frickin da). Being a CT I know a diamond is a stupid rock good for sharpening knives and cutting things and not much
else, the value of which has been artificially inflated to sell to people who don't know better. If she really wants a bloodless diamond, you can buy
one from Canada, even though they're still owned by DeBeers so it's still technically bloody.