Is that why we have 20 threads a week where teenage boys are complaining how their girlfriends turned out to be mean and nasty?nnndave said:Check this out. I think the reason lots of girls don't realize these things is because a lot of them just cain't think on our level, just not as "socially smart" i guess.
I link to this post.Another thing to consider is that girls care a lot more what other people think of them than guys do, and to this end when a relationship goes sour, a girl will spin the story or even fabricate one so that she's the innocent victim and her ex is an ***. I don't know if it's conscious or not, but it's true. It's documented fact. Girls lie, and I think I'm going to make it a t-shirt. I've caught girls in the act numerous times. Think about how many guys you know who have been cheated on and how many girls you know who will admit to having cheated on someone. The numbers add up for almost noone, a statistical impossibility.
I wasn't really looking at the ladder as an actual theory. I was more looking at his generalizations of the friend zone and what he calls "intellectual whores"... since I think most of us that are old enough to have had that experience on the receiving end.Smelly said:All he does is make vague observations which apply on a large scale to the stupid masses, and works on it inside in an illogical manner. If I took 5 hours off a day I could probably make a more believable "Ladder'. And I'm sure if a lot of you actually thought about it, you could do the same.