how to answer hard questions

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  1. s2483s

    s2483s New Member

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    When I get back into a serious relationship (idk when) I'd like to have a few aces up my sleeve when my gf asks these kind questions-

    gf- Your thoughts on this dress for an evening out?
    first response- um...

    gf- Do you like this makeup I put on?
    first response- you'd look better without it

    I don't want to start a firestorm/unleash the dragon within her if I answer outside the field of what she was expecting.

    How could I answer those better, and what are other questions that have possible hidden traps?

    thanks
     
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    Answer: Use kindness. If she doesn't respond to kindness, find someone who does.

    BD
     
  3. cook74

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    Truth, sincerity might be a good start. Just maybe not too frank.
     
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    To be frank, those don't sound like the kinds of questions a woman would ask.

    A woman probably wouldn't ask for "your thoughts" on her outfit other than asking something like, "How do I look?"

    Most women know that most men don't really care about what they're wearing, but some men figure out that most women like to be complimented on their appearance, and that doing so ultimately increases their pussy-getting ability.

    Also, a woman would mostly likely never ask you how feel about her makeup. Once again, she'll probably ask how she looks in general. You should say something like, "You look good enough to eat."
     
  5. slamd097

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    OK...I can give you a list of things not to say...

    Her: These jeans make my butt look big..

    Me: Dont blame the jeans...

    Best thing to say: I LIKE BIG BUTTS AND I CAN NOT LIE!!

    Her: I want a boob job

    Me: why hang a chandelier in a haunted house?

    Best: Your boobs are just fine they way they hang.
     
  6. FlirtyChick

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    Ditto. Never, ever, ever say that she doesn't look good.
     
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    FC said
    True

    Why do you want anything up your sleeve
    just answer honestly but dont hurt their feelings

    Hiker
     
  8. Joe

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    And if you can't answer honestly without hurting her feelings, LIE! :lol

    Seriously, little white lies have their place.
     
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    I recently asked my SO how he liked my new jeans (he made a comment that i dont wear anything form fitting) and he said you almost have a butt in those. wasnt real sure how to take it, but i thought about it and took it as a compliment. ive been wearing his shirts then asking how is this for form fitting. he knows when to shut his trap. he just smiles.
    i would rather be told the truth than have a lie told to me. if i look bad in it tell me so i dont go out of the house looking like shit.but we have been together 11 yrs.