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10 Big Annoying Girlfriend Habits That Guys Hate

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Don’t want to be an annoying girlfriend? Here’s a list of the top things that piss all boyfriends off. Avoid these habits and your man will feel a lot better about the relationship.

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Guys love their girlfriends but they can’t help hating a few annoying girlfriend habits.

Has your man ever sulked or walked away in a huff for no reason?

Chances are, he’s a weirdo, or you’ve probably had an annoying girlfriend moment!

Annoying girlfriend habits

Here is a list of annoying habits that could annoy most guys. Avoid indulging in them, but if you really don’t have a choice, try to be subtle about it.

#1 Talking about relationship issues with others

Even the best of relationships does have its own share of ups and downs.

When a guy’s having a hard time in the relationship, he shuts himself up and gets surly.

When a girl’s having a hard time in love, she tweets about it, posts it on the wall, and calls her friends and whines about what a shitty boyfriend she has.

Now of course, all girls don’t do this.

But if you do, well, you know you’re on this list of annoying girlfriends. Guys hate washing their dirty underwear in public.

They don’t like talking about a bad relationship and they really don’t think they need any advice on love.

#2 When you keep talking when he’s playing

When a guy plays a multiplayer game on his Xbox or even if he’s just playing solo, he really doesn’t like talking, especially about gossip or relationship stuff. While women may use games for recreation, men don’t. They play games to win and stroke their ego. So each time your man’s “relaxing” and playing, he’s actually having an adrenalin rush.

By talking to him incessantly when he’s playing, all you’re going to hear is “uhh huh… hmm…” and a few other monosyllabic replies. But inside his frustrated head, all he wants to do is point the weapon in his game in your direction.

#3 When you leave him with a hard on

Girls love cuddles, and men understand that. But if you like a lot of foreplay and no real play, it’s obviously going to annoy your man. Men don’t mind a bit of physical affection, but they do want to take it further, especially if you’ve left a man hard and wanting more. [Read: How to turn a guy on]

And what’s really worse is when he complains to you about blue balls and you brush it off as a stupid excuse to have sex. Seriously, it’s definitely an annoying girlfriend trait when you warm a guy up and leave him on the couch and tell him to use his hands.

#4 Men hate it when they’re not given their space

Women may get bored spending some alone time now and then. But men need it, and definitely love it. Men need their own space to feel like a man. Now he may not do anything more than surf porn, play games or work on his car, but for some reason that men don’t know themselves, they need to be alone to enjoy the activity and feel rejuvenated.

So if you ever find your man doing something by himself, you can definitely ask him if he needs help or some company, but if he says he’s happy to do it alone, learn to leave him alone with whatever he’s doing, even if he seems to be struggling. If you’re going to sit beside him and start having a conversation, well, you’re definitely inching closer to the annoying girlfriend’s territory. [Read: Importance of space in a relationship]

#5 Men love a bit of quiet time

Men may not voice this aloud, but they appreciate silence. A lot.

Most of the time, you may see your boyfriend staring into space or just lazing away, gazing at a book or doing something silly. Men love this peace and quiet at times. When you walk into the room and talk incessantly about something or the other even when he seems uninterested or answers only in monosyllables, it’s a sign that he’s in that quiet zone and wants to be left with his own thoughts, even if he’s not really thinking.

#6 When she flirts with others and not with him

Secure men have no qualms if their girlfriend flirts with other men. In fact, when a guy’s girlfriend flirts with other men or has a happy conversation with them, all he thinks about is how much the other guys would envy him, and how lucky he is. But he has this happy thought only if his girlfriend treats him better than all other guys.

If you get touchy feely with other men and snub your boyfriend or don’t treat him better, heck, you’re going straight on top of the list of annoying girlfriends.

[Read: How to flirt with a guy without making it obvious]

#7 When you ask him if you look fat

Let’s face it, this is ridiculous. Can’t you look at yourself in the mirror and see the truth sticking out of your panty line? All men already know what to answer when their girlfriend asks this dreaded question.

“Of course, you’re not fat!”

There’s just no other way to answer it. If your man ever did tell you that your butt looked ugly, would you still wear that sexy little dress and go out with him? Of course, you wouldn’t. Many girls ask their boyfriends the same question, every day and every time they try on a new dress or wear an old dress. While it may be a sure sign of happy security when you ask a man such intimate questions, it’s the kind of question where the answer just won’t change.

Do you want your man to tell you the truth? Start working out and ask him if you look fat. Chances are, he’ll be so impressed by your new physique, he’ll probably mention that you’ve lost a lot of weight and look so darn sexy! This way, you’ll at least know if you were fat last month.

#8 When you don’t understand his passions

Men are passionate about a lot of things. They may be useless or even silly, but to a man, it’s his passion be it cars, bikes, guy time or even fishing. Guys hate it when their girlfriends don’t understand their passion or tell them to grow up and stop behaving like a child. It’s definitely an annoying girlfriend trait when a girlfriend can’t understand what her own man loves and what he doesn’t. [Read: Why men need guy time]

But if you do want to win brownie points here, spend a while with him and genuinely try to understand his passion. Chances are, you may end up loving it too. And hey, that would definitely make you the best girlfriend!

#9 When his girlfriend constantly tries to change him

Most men do understand that women love to make a pet project out of their boyfriends. If they’re not painting his nails or cheeks when he’s asleep, they’re trying their best to make him a better man by pushing him into doing something he doesn’t like or doesn’t want to do.

Men don’t hate it when their girlfriends try to change them, but they hate it when their girlfriends start pushing them away from what they like and force them into doing something they absolutely hate. Want a few small examples? Eat salads, don’t eat so much meat. Watch opera, they’re better than those stupid movies. Watch romantic movies, Lord of the Ring sucks. Get the drift?

#10 When she’s too clingy or too independent

This may seem weird, men don’t want their girlfriends to be clingy and yet, they don’t want them to be too independent. But it does make sense if you think about it.

Some girlfriends want their boyfriends in their arms no matter what they’re doing, from buying tampons to going out with their girlfriends. And on the other hand, some girls *feminists* want to open the door themselves, get on top all the time, and don’t bother calling their boyfriends even if they’re packing their bags to go on a business meeting in another state. [Read: A clingy boyfriend story]

While men do understand the need to be overly clingy or way too independent, it does take a bit of moderation to have a happy relationship, don’t you think? Lose the moderation and you’d end up being an annoying girlfriend.

[Read: Signs of an annoying boyfriend]

Stay away from these traits and your man will love you for it. Inch closer to it and you’re meddling in the annoying girlfriend territory.


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  • Mark
    November 11, 2011 | Permalink |

    This is the truth!

  • Patrick
    December 18, 2011 | Permalink |

    “Secure men have no qualms if their girlfriend flirts with other men.”

    Wrong. Guys feel secure when they believe their girlfriends aren’t flirting or cheating.
    No man can be secure if his girlfriend flirts.

    Having a beautiful girlfriend is enough to make him feel proud to be with her and to have other men envy him.
    If she flirts, It is disrespectful and he will feel that even more because the other men will think less of him.

  • TrumpedYourGame
    March 5, 2012 | Permalink |

    Patrick is correct. When women flirt with other men, its a red flag… period. It means you can’t trust her, and she is an attention whore, and always looking for the next best thing. This type of woman is never satisfied, besides all that, its disrespectful. If a girl I’m dating does that, I dump her right away. No contact, no second chances. There are better woman out there who know how to treat a man with respect.

  • M
    April 14, 2012 | Permalink |

    “Independent” that’s a funny word for single women to use… You rarely see women being “independent”and what I mean by that is women usually always have to have their “girlfriends”, always, always have to be with some women… You don’t see a women that often just simply by herself, and if she is she’s then just “waiting” for her “girlfriend”/”girlfriends” always texting or trying to look like she’s doing something. You don’t see a lot of women that simply could be comfortable just hangin out all by themselves like at a restaurant or bar.

    Do you ever or rarely see a single girl just hang out all by herself like for example grown up after college life men bachelors. After college life Men bachelors on the other hand don’t mind being by themselves, living by themselves and every now and then going and hanging out with their friends at their houses, bars etc. But men don’t have to have to be with their guy friends all the time and to men especially after college life and into your grown up professional lives it seems just weird to always hang with your guy friends (meaning) like every single day and also having a guy roommate after college also seems kinda weird.

    But back to single women, yes we get it that women are more “social” and like to constantly talk, but at the same time when women talk to their “girlfriends” it’s usually the BS gossip crap. But at the same time men with their guy friends like to talk sports, outdoor activities and of course women. But again back to independent women, women these days like to say they like to be so called “independent” but then you constantly see them always on the phone, with a “girlfriend”/”girlfriends” or also women after college these days still think it’s “cool” to still have a “roommate”. In men’s eyes “independent” means, especially after college life, living completely on your own, of course having your job, and being comfortable simple hanging by yourself at least during the work week.

  • M
    April 14, 2012 | Permalink |

    “Patrick is correct. When women flirt with other men, its a red flag… period. It means you can’t trust her, and she is an attention whore, and always looking for the next best thing. This type of woman is never satisfied, besides all that, its disrespectful. If a girl I’m dating does that, I dump her right away. No contact, no second chances. There are better woman out there who know how to treat a man with respect.”

    Totally agree with this comment… You see a lot more of these type of women these days, a lot of women think there is this “better thing”, “better guy” out there like for quit a few women these days they think there is somewhere this elusive “perfect” guy and they get it from those stupid young girls books and take those books that talks about “Prince Charming” literally. Um yeah those type of women will always be miserable in life, never seems to grasp reality, with these type of women “REALITY” is somehow so hard for them to grasp that concept, and like you said it is so disrespectful.

  • Chris
    June 16, 2012 | Permalink |

    Omg r u serious? I’m a PS3 gamer and when it comes to talking to my girl friend I do listen and I do answer with intelligence. Heck she loves to watch me play but after a few minutes I turn off the PS3 then focus my FULL attention to her though she tells me to continue playing… only a game addict wouldnt pay much attention to his girlfriend

  • john
    August 27, 2012 | Permalink |

    Ya i dont really play video games but i do love to be left the heck alone when i‘m concentrating. Some people would call this sexism, and i understand that it‘s not ideal but in my opinion it‘s just how it is. Girls and guys don‘t care about the same things. Girls see entertainment activities as trivialities, breaks in life. For guys, fun is what we want life to be about. I‘ve been dating my girlfriend for three years and lately I‘ve taken to being honest when she talks with me. I‘m not gonna waste my time inventing an opinion about hair product. 8 simply tell the truth, I don‘t have one! Any girls reading this take note, guys are not interested in hair, makeup, fashion, celebrity offspring, conversations you had with people we dont know, toy poodles, tanning, sarah mclaughlin, herbal tea or sewing. Note the things we bring up in conversation cause they‘re likely the only things we can relate on. I don‘t talk to my girlfriend about colby rasmus‘ diving catch to end the game in extra innings cause i know she wont give a flying heck. Try and show the same courtesy. Also, for the record, my girlfriend is allowed to talk to whoever she wants. It‘s the twenty-first century, she‘s a free woman. Guys who try and control women like that are in my opinion cowards. If someone put the same rules on me, in my mind that would equate to an accusation. Insecurity is exactly what it is. If you think you‘re good enough for her, then you trust her. Any doubts you have about your adequacy are on you.

  • Yes-chan
    September 30, 2012 | Permalink |

    Some of the comments make very excellent points. Thank you.

    On a less serious note, I’d just like to say, men: if your girl says romantic movies are better than LotR, please stop and ask yourself why you are dating this girl. Seriously.

  • Nicole
    October 18, 2012 | Permalink |

    “On a less serious note, I’d just like to say, men: if your girl says romantic movies are better than LotR, please stop and ask yourself why you are dating this girl. Seriously.”

    Being a girl who loves LotR, I must agree with this statement XD

  • Niko
    November 2, 2012 | Permalink |

    “Any doubts you have about your adequacy are on you.” Very true. I think there’s a difference between cowardice and feelings of inadequacy…. it’s natural to get a little jealous if she’s flirting and I think it would be a red flag if you *didn’t* have those thoughts- but that doesn’t mean that you fly off the handle and act on those feelings. Should just make you that much more confident when she is finished with her conversation and comes back over and puts her arms around *you*.

    However, I had a very controlling, manipulative and abusive ex-girlfriend who would use flirtation / long and intense conversations where she’d be hyper-focused on some other guy and completely ignoring me….then rage at me if I so much as told her it made me feel like a third wheel, or that I was not very comfortable with the way in which she was talking to the guy.

  • suzy
    December 2, 2012 | Permalink |

    One does not simply call LOTR suckish.

  • Sixstring
    December 9, 2012 | Permalink |

    You left out the most annoying habbit. Saying “I’m fine” when she really isn’t and expecting us to read her mind.
    But otherwise great article, I completely agree.

  • ruth
    December 10, 2012 | Permalink |

    #3 When you leave him with a hard on
    Probably because he’s not good at foreplay. If he wants sex but doesn’t care if she’s in the mood he should go and have sex with other men who feel the same way.

    #4 Men hate it when they’re not given their space
    So do women, especially when, like men, they’re not really in love with the guy they’re with any more, difference is women will usually address it head on, whereas men are too often spineless when it comes to confrontation of difficult issues

    Men love a bit of quiet time – so do women, but it’s called ‘me time’ and men usually resent it. what’s with these stereotypes?

    When you don’t understand his passions – why are you going out with a woman who’s not interested in you then? Personally speaking I tend to go out with a man who’s passions interest me, this is because I’m not desperate and don’t just go out with anyone. Duh.

    Constantly tries to change him – ditto, Find yourself a woman who gives a shit about you.

    And so on…

  • Temperance
    December 12, 2012 | Permalink |

    #1 should be more specific. I can see how it would be annoying if she gossiped about every little thing, but if there’s an actual issue, she has the right to ask her friends or family for advice (not via Facebook).

    M: You have a very narrow and sexist view of females. We’re more than just babbling bimbos that are physically and mentally incapable of functioning unless directly connected to another female. I find it very odd that you want a woman who is isolated in all aspects of life. Based on both your posts, I think you have jealousy issues that you need to work out. You should look at the “controlling boyfriend” article.

  • SoCalGal
    December 13, 2012 | Permalink |

    Thank you so much, Ruth and Temperance, for summing it up so perfectly! I agree with both of you.

    Also, M, please know that there are women out there who actually do things by themselves. I happen to be one of them. I go to the movies, parks, beaches, resturaunts, bars/clubs, festival, Canada, Jamaica, Bahamas, Denmark, etc. Often! All by myself!! With no attchments to men, women, or a phone….because I am independent and enjoy my quiet time, enjoy my space, and get so much joy out of knowing that I am capable of making myself happier than any man ever could! I enjoy being with men at times, but most of my relationships rarely last because the man is usually a gold digger or complains that I am TOO INDEPENDENT for him!

  • kane
    December 15, 2012 | Permalink |

    I don’t agree with everything M said, however it IS annoying to have a girlfriend who constantly finds a need to inform you that “the new lad I’ve hired for the bar is 18 (a year younger than her) and is proper, like, ya know? Eye candy” . I can’t be doing with that either and as a successful and independent guy, I found it far easier for me to end the relationship and go enjoy my time eelsewhere.

    In my experience, the women I’ve dated who have labelled me as jealous or insecure for expressing my feelings (as anyone should be entitled to, male or female) have themselves become jealous and bulky if I’ve flirted with other girls to make a point.

    The answer is simple ladies, ask yourself how you would like it if your boyfriend was flirting with other women all the time. If you think it would make you feel crap then chances are your boyfriend would/will if you do it to him. And for GOD sake don’t flirt with guys that you know (and possibly your boyfriend knows) fancies you or has a thing for you, as this is plain nasty regardless of wHetherington it’s a girl doing it to her boyfriend or a guy to his girlfriend.

    Not rocket science is it really?

  • Celestial
    December 23, 2012 | Permalink |

    Wow…. so have sex with him because he’s turned on….. it doesn’t matter if she isn’t…..basically is what you’re saying. Doesn’t matter that she’s the one taking the pregnancy risk….

  • Emily.
    December 25, 2012 | Permalink |

    I don’t get these lists. I don’t get how someone’s gender would dictate how they behave, or heck, even how they play video games. Heck, I play competitive fighting games because I get a rush out of it, I wasn’t aware that I wasn’t allowed to do that because I was female, or vice versa. Why generalise? This crap really annoys me. Also, this is sexist in assuming all men like “Cars, bikes”, and for the users in he comments assuming all females care about hair, make up, etc. Maybe it’s the vast majority… but personally? Being female and having mostly ‘masculine’ traits is hard work. I wish people could just be people and stop affixing traits to genders. It’s not fair, really not fair. Just as not all men are obsessed with football and cars, not all females are obsessed with makeup and hair, and nor do they necessarily exhibit any traits here, same with all of those “annoying boyfriend traits” lists. Really, stop assigning roles and finding faults based on gender instead of the individuals themselves, you’re just promoting sexism.

  • girl
    December 26, 2012 | Permalink |

    Oh, and you don’t have to have sex with him just because he has an erection!! If YOU are not turned on just don’t do it.
    And if your guy is anything like these troglodytes commenting here leave him or God bless you!! Relationships should be based on equality… treating each other as equals. No one’s interests are more important

  • Claire
    January 8, 2013 | Permalink |

    This article is patronising and sexist in the extreme. It’s not the 1950s any more – be yourself, and if the guy is worth your attention in the first place then he will deal with it.

  • Ellen
    January 13, 2013 | Permalink |

    I can’t believe how dickish this list is! Who are all these women it’s talking about? And all the men who agreed? Just idiots with incredibly warped ideas of humanity and the modern world, and definitely the wrong girlfriends (talking to you M). Thank you to all those clever people who contested.

    I care much more about getting into the lab in the morning to continue with my PhD work, than my hair and my boyfriend’s boner…. AND WHAT!!

  • January 16, 2013 | Permalink |

    ‘some girls *feminists*’…?! Screw you. I have a great, fair, loving, communicative relationship with my boyfriend despite my horrible girlfriend beliefs that he shouldn’t be forced to go out of his way to open doors for me or pull out my chair unless he wants to (and I would do the same for him, because I love him, or just for anyone out of politeness, regardless of gender). Oh and I would like us to be paid the same for doing the same job equally well, that way there’s no question of him needing to budget for both of us every time we go on a date, while I just get a free meal. But what do I know, clearly all of that makes me a massive bitch.

  • Cory
    February 13, 2013 | Permalink |

    “…and it is true that many vampires do pretend that they have no heart. That it died with their humanity. There is few ancient vampires who resemble a human in that sense. Evil? No. But… different.” He paused a while, as if lst in thought, and added, “It is hard to explain how. You would have to see this difference for yourself.”

    #2 When you keep talking when he’s playing

    Let’s face it. This can be something boyfriends do to their gamer girlfriends as wel. Yep. Show some curtosy, thanks, I’m blowing shit up.

    #3 When you leave him with a hard on
    Or alternative- When he insists you ONLY pay attention to his sexual needs/pace…
    There’s two people. Two. That means sometimes one person’s going to be in the mood and the other isn’t. Sometimes it’s ‘do it anyway because you know they love it’ and sometimes they just need to accept that you just can’t get into it. No matter how much they moan about their poor danglies being worked up.
    I fully understand that it’s not fair to get a guy worked up only to walk away. But at the same time, if you’re cuddling your BF and he’s mentally working HIMSELF up for something, and you’ve done little more than kiss and cuddle… sometimes they’ve just got to accept that it’s not a good time. Same goes for chicks. We get in the mood too (shock!) and sometimes our fellas just ain’t in the mood for it.
    It’s gotta be respect. Respect each other’s ‘ups and downs’. If a woman has a major headache, if she’s tired, if she’s sick, or if she’s just plain not in the mood… don’t whine and complain and guilt-trip her about your blue balls. Help. Make soup. Cook dinner. Rub forehead. And we won’t whine and complain to you fellas about our blue vagina when you’re down. We’ll make you soup, rub your forehead, and just in general be a good partner to you. Deal?
    #4 Men hate it when they’re not given their space
    Ditto.
    Just ask! Just say ‘Hey, I love you/care about you, and I’m not angry with you or in any way annoyed, but I just need some space for a few hours/night/week.’ Don’t leave them hanging and wondering ‘when is he going to talk to me?’ or ‘Have I done something wrong?’ Be clear, honest, and upfront.

    #10 When she’s too clingy or too independent

    Ditto.

    In fact, let’s just say ditto for all of it. :) I’ve met some guys who can be just as bad with most of this.

  • Dehl
    March 4, 2013 | Permalink |

    Stereotypical girlfriend bashing. Women’s columns do the same for their boyfriends so it’s not special. At the same time, this whole advice thing needs a rest. Not a single point in this article is specific to girlfriends only, we can say the same things about our guys. If we keep going like this, a lot of people seeking “real” advice can be misled. Maybe we could try stumbling on love naturally and realize that nobody is perfect.

  • Jason
    March 9, 2013 | Permalink |

    I agree with Emily. One of my passions is dancing (theatre) and I have run into too many people that call me “gay” or less of a man. I really hate how society tells us that men can’t do womanly things.

  • AJ Rickstar
    March 14, 2013 | Permalink |

    I honestly view these advise columns as merely stereotyped, sexist assumptions similar to the advice columns in the 1950′s! Get a clue; not all women are the same! I thought 50 years of cognitive psychology could bring us closer together as a species than this. I am a woman who gets an adrenaline rush from video games, needs her space too, and quit putting women in two rigid categories of either the stereotypical talkative, needy, passive, secondary female and the stereotypical rogue female. Bite me. Stop with the pairing mentality of all women needing men or all men needing women. The cold hard truth is some people will never be in a relationship, and maybe that makes them happy. You need a reality check and to listen to more points of view.

  • Lex
    March 17, 2013 | Permalink |

    To M, I hate how you completely generalized all women. Some women prefer to be alone, like me. I don’t have to be with women all the time. Some women aren’t with their friends all the time. You’re being extremely judgmental. And no, most women aren’t trying to constantly pester you men, some of us have lives of our own y’know. I find it funny that in any magazine/website pertaining to women that there is always a ton of articles on “How to Please Your Man” or “How to be a Better Woman for Your Man” but never really any in male magazines/websites to please a woman or be less annoying themselves.

  • V
    March 17, 2013 | Permalink |

    My man acts like the girlfriend you just described while I act like the typical man you described. Don’t be sexist, not all people are like that. Women can be the male role that you described, and men can be the girlfriend role you described. It makes you seem illiterate when you stereotype like you just did. Don’t do it.

  • Ranc
    March 26, 2013 | Permalink |

    One you missed out!

    They always need to know better, for example the comments left by them on here.

  • rrr
    May 27, 2013 | Permalink |

    When a girl flirt with others, but not you, she’s not your girlfriend, full stop.

  • Violet
    June 29, 2013 | Permalink |

    LORD OF THE RINGS IZ AWESOME HOW DARE YO SAY IT SUCKS?! xD I would never say that to my boyfriend, or anyone in that matter!!

  • Hannah
    August 4, 2013 | Permalink |

    “And on the other hand, some girls *feminists* want to open the door themselves, get on top all the time, and don’t bother calling their boyfriends even if they’re packing their bags to go on a business meeting in another state.”

    Wow, I thought this article was pretty good until I got to that line of crap. yeesh, go look up what feminism means.

  • McCane
    August 6, 2013 | Permalink |

    As a man, I don’t want to feel like I don’t deserve my own girlfriend because of her rules. Sometimes I felt it badly when I can’t even post photos of us on Facebook to show my friend like “Hey, I got a good moment with my girlfriend”. She said relationship is a personal matter, but I just don’t feel it that way.

  • disgruntled
    August 18, 2013 | Permalink |

    I’m dating a woman (living with) that fits under “All of the above “. Just waiting for my time to leave.

  • Esti
    September 29, 2013 | Permalink |

    What if I say I am a feminist and I still like my guy to pamper me like a princess, He understands that I command respect as a woman and yet he treats me like his little baby when I need him :)

    and as for feminism, there are different kinds. Some women regard men as inferior. Some, as their equals. Every feminist has a different approach to this relationships. What makes this article annoying is the last part about feminists..

  • Des
    October 3, 2013 | Permalink |

    Oh my god, thank you so much, because I’ve been annoying my boyfriend a lot and this really told me what not to do :)

  • terror
    December 30, 2013 | Permalink |

    #7 is so true I am a woman and I really do fine it stupid for a woman to ask their man if they look fat….its not like he’s going to tell her yes …. these are very good advice however not all guys are the same …. most of these things wouldn’t affect annoy most guys…but am 100% sure that stupid questions will annoy every man

  • NotImportant
    January 1, 2014 | Permalink |

    To everyone saying that this article is sexist, read a bit more into it. This is coming from a woman too. For example, don’t blue ball, that’s not saying “Do exactly what he wants whenever he wants”. It’s saying “Don’t work him up and start turning him on deliberately (i.e.: touching him there)” and then not do anything about it.

    And to everyone taking this article as an attack on themselves, stop it. This is not about you, it is about generalising trends which an average person may not be aware about so that they can try and avoid them. And it won’t fit with every single example of guys in the world, ever. Find me anything that does, and I’ll show you falsified data. Outliers do not weaken the rest of the data.

    If you want to see a genuinely sexist article, look at the version of this for guys, linked in the article. It reads as if it’s an attack on all guys.

  • NotImportant
    January 1, 2014 | Permalink |

    Also, if a characteristic can be put onto guys that is on this list, so fucking what? This is an article entitled “10 Big Annoying Girlfriend Habits That Guys Hate”. Why would they bother saying that there are other situations that this stuff can occur in, given that this is advice being given specificallyy in relation to this article.

  • Miss May
    February 5, 2014 | Permalink |

    I do have one question, the idea if the woman looks at other men she is “red Flagged”?? how about if the boyfriend is always looking at other women with open jaw ogling lustfully in front of his girlfriend or fiance … we women are supposed to accept that as Normal? when a girlfriend does this same behavior…. she is “slutty” for looking at another man? um yeah otherwise I can some helpful idea here in this article the space given to a man is important and not being clingy is the other so I do agree with some of this article. I know men are visual obviously just sometimes some men need to have control and keep it to a glance out of respect and save their bad boy lusting ogling across the bar or chasing after a women behavior while they are out with the guys leave it as that and don’t share it with your girl, so let it stay that way between the guys only ( I am sure most men would be pissed if they thought their girl was doing the same thing ). As for the Hard on bit, really if I am NOT the cause of his hard on ( hes a porn addict fantasy crazed unrealistic man) he is not being pleased by me he can use his hand.

  • Wavie
    March 18, 2014 | Permalink |

    I knew all these rules, and I understand them.
    About the independent woman: If I use myself as an example. I moved to a new country a few years back and in the beginning I did everything by myself and I didn’t mind. Because I didn’t have any girlfriends or guys to hang out with. When I finally got friends I spent a lot of time with them and now I am reluctant to go to restaurants, cinemas and clubs alone because I think it makes me look like I have no friends, living in a highly social country (I won’t tell you which one), being by yourself is odd. If I want to watch a new movie I watch it on the net and if I want a burger I order it as takeout rather than sitting there by myself eating it.
    If you have a lot of friends around you it signals to they guy that you are fun to be around and that people want to be with you and if he sees lots of guys trying to flirt with you you’ll look desirable and he’ll be more likely to show interest because he wants to know what you’re all about since those other guys seem to like you. Girls can do stuff by themselves too of course.

  • Ger Matthew
    March 22, 2014 | Permalink |

    Not all women do those things, and not all men want those things. Actually most of the guys I come across you want their girlfriends to act that way are immature little idiots who aren’t going anywhere in life. They’re insecure, lazy, and have no idea who to converse properly about life, or their relationship, whether it’s good or negative issues. Little boys think this way, not men.

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    April 8, 2014 | Permalink |

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  • F (get it?)
    April 21, 2014 | Permalink |

    @M b***h please! I have no ‘girlfriends’, only normal friends that share the same interests. I sit alone all the time playing video games (solo, not online) or reading, I hate talking too much, I think gossip is stupid & a waste of time, I sometimes forget that I even have a phone, I’m usually found sitting alone in the library reading something, I don’t even LIKE to spend time with my parents/siblings/relatives, I value my solitude, & when someone interrupts my solitude I get annoyed. Independent enough for you yet? Cause that ain’t independent, it’s being a schizoid, you get my drift?

  • Disappointed
    May 6, 2014 | Permalink |

    Considering younger girls that aren’t even ready for sex are on the Internet now days reading articles like this, telling her that you should have sex with your boyfriend if he is hard and wants more will think she needs to do just that to be a good girlfriend. So in a way, you’re kind of putting that girl in a situation where she thinks she has to lose it when she’s not ready.

    Also if you want a respectable relationship, your boyfriend watching porn in his own time, does not count as respectable. From who I’ve spoken to about this subject agree with me. People who say it’s normal for your boyfriend to watch porn, will make every excuse to get away with it and so they don’t feel like a horrible partner who has a problem.

  • About number 3
    June 4, 2014 | Permalink |

    It’s saying when you LEAVE him with a hard on.
    It doesn’t say, “give him a hard on and have sex with him”
    If your gonna give your boyfriend blueballs by doing sexual related activities, the least you can do is jack it out. I’ve been with women who would do sexual things with me, then expect me to cuddle with a FULL erection. Thats what the article was geting at.

  • Jon
    July 14, 2014 | Permalink |

    Patrick is right. Nothing more aggregating than a girl who is flirty with other men at a party, especially because men like to feel secure with the notion that their girlfriend is truly THEIR girlfriend.
    Somebody who wanders and spends less time with their own SIGNIFICANT other, than they do with (less significant “friends” – aka girls who openly talk shit beind each other’s backs) or likewise, other men that their boyfriend doesn’t talk to at all, will quickly cause a heightened sense of aggregation… At least for me.

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