10 Biggest Turn-Offs for Girls

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1. He Cries

The only times it’s acceptable for a man to cry is at a funeral or at his daughter’s wedding. I don’t want to see you tear up during a sad movie, your eyes better stay dry during a romantic song, and GOD FORBID you cry because something I said hurt your feelings. I can’t even. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, for the most part, men crying is like girls pooing. It doesn’t happen. And if you find out it does, and you haven’t already been bound to this person for all of eternity through marriage, you will be unable to look at each other with a feeling of anything but disgust. Men can get upset, but I prefer they deal with their emotions the old-fashioned way…by berating me or punching something. That way, I can have an emotional response (other than pity, AKA the unsexiest feeling in existence) and the situation can be alleviated without any of the humiliation that would come to both of us if we admitted out loud that a man was going soft (no pun intended).

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  1. fratanomics

    “A guy leaving a nice tip on a date, to me, is a lot like a girl wearing mascara.”

    So the girl isn’t going to fucking notice either way?

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  2. Fraterick Southgate

    Only at a funeral or a wedding? Okay, I know this site is tryhard manly and all, but if I get a phone call that my dad just had a heart attack or got into an interstate pileup, I’ll probably let a few go. If my frathound dies, I’ll let a few go.
    Maybe you should try being human?

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    • tr

      I’m assuming she was exaggerating for effect. Yes, there are handful of occasions other than weddings and funerals you guys can cry over, but she had a freakin’ point. For every guy crying over his dad’s heart attack (an acceptable reason to cry), there’s another douche crying because his slam called him a queer and it hurt his feelings.

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  3. phimulove2010

    Seriously? A guy can only cry at funerals and weddings? Because my step-dad is a fraternity man and the first time I saw him cry was 9/11 because he had brothers that worked at the world trade center and were on the missing list. He also cried when he gave the speech at my high school graduation, the day he and my mother held my baby sister as she died in their arms, the day we had to put down our dog, and the day he had to tell me my grandmother (his mom) had terminal cancer and there was nothing that could be done. None of these were funerals or weddings, but I don’t think most girls would see anything wrong with their guy crying at similar occasions. Do you?

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  4. JParksCaldwell1855

    What is going on with number 6? The five-o-clock shadow has long been established as the go-to facial hair of choice, followed closely by Dorn’s Sidney Crosby impersonation.

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  5. DGpearls

    Wow, the guys on number 8 are pretty hot… and I don’t really understand how having a helicopter makes you a drama queen??

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  6. livebylilly

    Just because she didn’t expressly write it doesn’t mean there aren’t other occasions when a man can cry. I have never seen my dad shed a tear and both of his parents have died in my lifetime. Girls just don’t want someone who’s overly emotional. I had a friend who dated this guy who starting crying when he said he loved her. That’s a turnoff.

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    • hot piece of TSM

      hahahahah. I said crying isn’t manly. And it isn’t. I neither said, nor implied that those who enlist aren’t. No need to get all bent out of shape! I’m sure some girls love the emotional types with a “sensitive side.” We don’t have to date. Just find one of those girls to dry your tears. <3

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    • JParksCaldwell1855

      Agreed, HP, and that’s why I intend on being a stern, emotionally-distant authority figure that can never be pleased with my future daughters. Otherwise, how will they ever understand the concept of God?

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    • TheBlackFratter

      I can agree that there are more situations than weddings and funerals that a man can cry. I’m not that kind of guy. I can’t remember the last time I cried, and I know it wasn’t at a funeral. However, crying over things like Vietnam or 9/11 are comparable to funerals because they’re crying over losing someone important. I won’t revoke your man card for crying at these events because I understand, but don’t turn to me for a tissue.

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    • SkoalHammer

      So fighting for the greatest country on Earth isn’t manly. You are such a fucking cunt. It’s a shame that you associate with a patriotic website. I guess you are one of the regular sluts that claim to be a patriot but really could care less.

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    • Bobby BLOWden

      ^,^^ these guys. But seriously there are occasions outside of a funeral or my daughters wedding where its acceptable to cry and it not be a big fucking deal.

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    • SkoalHammer

      “The ONLY times it’s acceptable for a man to cry is at a funeral or at his daughter’s wedding.” Yeah, she didn’t. I guess when my dad talks about Vietnam and tears up, that’s not manly. Or when I shed a few leaving my friends and family that wasn’t “manly”. Or when I teared up watching this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsClZ1Bnqy4 …I must have lost my man card. Shut up and learn to write. Also, you spelled daughter’s wrong.

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