You know what disgusts me about women?

posted 3 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013 - A court...

It’s not just women though.

Post # 4
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2015

@happilyeveraftergirl:  Yeah I feel like that’s all just “people” and not women. I mean… Why do people have to compete with each other? Why do men have affairs when they have wives/girlfriends/fiancees? Why does anyone tear anyone down? 

Personally, I don’t know any women like the ones you’re discribing and I totally stand up for other women. I know it’s hard to hear about your friend’s situation, but don’t let that color how you view EVERYONE. That will just make you hate every living being. 

Post # 7
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@happilyeveraftergirl:  Ugh. I know, right?!

I have almost no women friends for THIS REASON. I always think we are great friends and then they do womething that makes me realise we are almost all backstabbing b****s. 🙁

We suck!

I love my best friend dearly, but for the life of us we still “compete” over some silly stuff just cause… well… we do!

I reeeeally wish I could meet some bees in real life though, there are so many amazing women here, where are they all in real life!?

Post # 9
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

The way I see it is that your friend’s husband is the one who crossed the line. Unless the other woman was married as well, most of the blame falls on him.

Post # 11
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014 - British Columbia

I don’t think it’s “women” per se. Only immature/thoughtless people who never grew-out of the high-school-mentality LOVE to compete with each other with a subconscious motive to hurt others.

… or some people have the desire to have something they can’t have. Some people are manipulative. They see dating as a competition. So, if a guy falls for such plot, he’s truely blind.

I remember when I was single. I’d smile when I see a really, really cute guy — kind of like a “hello” smile. Then, the smile vanishes and dream-clouds gets popped like a burst balloon when I see another girl in the picture. I then moved onto crushing on someone else.  Never would I have thought I “deserved” the guy. The mentality of “deserving” things is very toxic.

Post # 13
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

@happilyeveraftergirl:  Wouldn’t it be wonderful if things worked like that? Sadly, they don’t. It’s not only women, though. It’s not part of “guy code” to keep their hands to themselves either even though ideally, it should be. Men aren’t the only ones who cheat on their spouses.

Post # 16
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014 - British Columbia

Ah, then the monster’s name is insecurity. People probably cheat because they are either:
– curious
– bored
– thrilled at the chances of (not) getting caught
– hiding is a behavioral defensive mechanism; inability to trust
– have a secret fear of long-term commitment; cheating becomes a ‘vacation’

The other side of the counterparty; aka relationship-wrecker. Let’s just refer IT (he/she) as Cyrus’ “wrecking ball”:
– thrill-seeker who doesn’t think of possible consequences
– possible self-esteem issues; the “I’m better than her if he comes after me” — just like the PCD’s song Don’t Cha (Don’t cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me) sort of epitomizes this kind of competitive nature
– highly addicted to drama
– female chauvinism is some kind of modern empowerment

Yikes, I’d better stop before I sound like my angsty teenage blog, ha-ha.

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