It is hard to navigate the internet sea without causing a few waves in the wrong direction. I have written articles that have been targeted at establishments, people, and situations – caring nothing of the backlash it may cause when they do read it (and they always seem to find it). One thing I have been trying to steer clear of is the targeting of people who will never read the Hall. I see it happening on some of my favorite blogs and it leads to exhausting commentating where all the haves pick apart the have-nots who aren’t present to retort. Take for instance the whole good girl liking bad boys thing – most thugs aren’t educated so the words aimed at them to improve their situation only falls on the eyes of the good guys who hate them. Think about that, what purpose does a teaching moment have if your class is always empty? It becomes anger porn… [Read more]
There comes a time when a bad girl meets a really nice guy but feels as if he is “too good for her” and she doesn’t deserve him. Later on down the line when the woman is older she may look back and wonder at the situation and whether or not she should have gone out with that guy because now that she herself has changed, she wonders if her life would have been pain free if she had given him a chance. Meanwhile the nice guy doesn’t know any of this is going on in her head and what he sees is that a girl who he wanted to love badly did not want to love him back. He moves on to become one of the many guys that are angry at women for loving “bad boys” and finds a woman who he doesn’t like as much. Many people who are upset with the… [Read more]
If you are a socially awkward guy that has issues talking to women, you should check out The Amazing Spiderman. No worries on the movie sucking as it is actually top notch, so hesitation is unnecessary – I just want you to see Peter Parker’s swagger. In the original Spiderman starring Tobey Maguire, the character of Peter Parker was an overly nice smart kid whose childhood love interest was a red-haired girl-next-door (Mary Jane Watson) played by Kristen Dunst. Peter allowed his much cooler, richer, better looking best friend to take this average looking girl away from him, while he just waited for her to choose. Many guys do the same thing in life then end up upset when the woman chooses the better package deal. The new Peter Parker is socially awkward, but unlike the former he is dark in a way that works in his favor. While McGuire’s Parker smiled at people and… [Read more]
In my humble opinion, nothing is a greater test of heart for a man than sports and combat. You can train, study and read all you want but when the jaws of life slams shut, you only have 2 choices – fight or fold. It is after reacting and recovering that you truly know what you are; are you the champion, rolling off of your oponent with his warm heart beating within your teeth, or are you the victim being tended to by the medical staff? The deciding factor isn’t about winning or losing, no, the decider is whether or not your spirit fought back. People try to theorize that the instinct to fight is born of our environment but I believe that it goes deeper than that. Sure the poor kid who has been fighting since birth has enough experience to fight when pushed but that isn’t to say that the trust-fund baby won’t… [Read more]
Have you ever met a woman that you know gets around and figure that it would be a breath of fresh air to avoid the games and get in her goodness around the 3rd date or so? Then she flips the game on you because you’re a nice guy and decides that she wants you to earn the booty unlike the other 100 fellas before you? COUGH! Stacey Dash! Cough! Well the boys and girls over at Turquoise Jeep feel yours and my pain and their latest smanger is hotter than anything I’m hearing on the radio right now. Check out “WHY I GOTTA WAIT??” by Flint Flossy and Young Humma over a Tummy Scratch Beat.
If you put a time restriction on your body, let it be a personal choice and not some magical number invented by a “Guru”. The men that you want (I didn’t say all men, or most men) won’t wait and you can throw as many names at us for this, but the fact is that you are getting false information and it may be detrimental to your dating life. Lets cut through the bull, the philosophy, the feel-good articles and the liars who write them. Women we want to sleep with you, and we want to sleep with you right now. If you turn out to be a cool, down ass chick on the way to the bedroom then we may or may not figure out that we actually love you and want to devote ourselves to you on a full time basis. In this modern microwave, test-drive, fake it till you make it society… [Read more]
The other day I was reading a blog by one of these so-called “relationship experts” and a man wrote in to her asking how he could master the art of talking to women. Her advice to him was not to get better at talking to women but instead find one that he likes, befriend her and get with her that way. I thought it was some of the worst advice given to a man because many women have told me how they hate when a man comes at them from the friendship angle. I can understand this as it is not a genuine relationship and pretty much a bait and switch for her. I always tell men that they need to get their rejection bumps in so that the jitters and unpleasant feelings from a woman saying “NO!” is no longer in the equation when approaching. The advice she gave to this guy gets a… [Read more]
Dating is a game, and with that game comes a lot of misconceptions. One of those misconceptions is when women think that they are “getting over” when they get a free drink or dinner from a guy – then they break off contact or don’t give him the phone number. This concept can be illustrated in the following quote taken from an article written by a woman who was lamenting on why she doesn’t like “nice men”. “On the other hand, to women looking for a quick ego fix or just a free drink, nice guys read “sucker”. Nice guys are easy to take advantage of and score freebies from. You teach people how to treat you, so if you act insecure and needy, people (and that includes women) will treat you as such. Insecurity is a major turnoff.” This is the problem with SOME women (please take note that I did not say all… [Read more]