(Closed) Freaky: Bees, how true is this?!

posted 4 years ago in Relationships
Post # 2
9673 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL

So, that article is pretty graphic/downright creepy. 

But honestly, I think you should step away from the computer and just try dating. You’ll get 1000000% more information by actually putting yourself out there, rather than making a post or two a week asking questions about relationships.

Post # 3
4244 posts
Honey bee

Men are not a hive mind and they don’t act or think certain ways just because they’re men, nor is there a standard criteria for what they think on a first date.

Post # 4
3292 posts
Sugar bee

I would ask a guy what he thinks about on a first date. 

You should try online dating. You have a ton of site options and that way you can e-mail back and forth a bit before your date. 

Post # 5
534 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

Men are individuals, just like women. We all think about different things. 

Dating isn’t like buying a washing machine. You can’t read a bunch of articles, poll current users, and use that info to find the best model. 


You just have to go out and date some people to see who you click with.

Post # 6
3969 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2016

Go. On. A. Real. Date. Meet an actual member of the male gender. Heck, meet a few. Get out there and try it. You will never learn all you want to learn by asking us. You just have to go do it!

Post # 7
3092 posts
Sugar bee

I havent read the article but yes, most men are visual. Heck, most people are visual. However, I do think that men and women, while individuals, do tend to think differently in terms of what makes them tick relationship wise and it is scientific FACT that the brain of men and women are wired differently.

Post # 8
1980 posts
Buzzing bee

Don’t fall into the trap of thinking that “all men” do all things the same. Just like yourself, they are individuals. Meet a man, learn how he thinks, move forward (or not) with that knowledge. Don’t put people in boxes, and you’ll be much more successful at dating.

Dating isn’t something you can book-learn. You have to get out and do it. Given my own personal experience with dating, 90% of articles on dating are hogwash. So just put ’em away.

Post # 9
288 posts
Helper bee

All I want to say is that this some really creepy stuff. No. Just no. 

Post # 10
3307 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

That’s kind of a weird article. It’s normal for men to imagine what you look like naked, and to think about sex. I don’t think it’s as graphic and dramatic as the article portrayed.

sunshineflowers:  When are you actually going to live your life as opposed to asking about other people’s experiences? It’s really very pathetic and I’m so sorry you’ve been raised this way. But you have choices here.

Post # 11
1145 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2016

sunshineflowers:  I agree with the PPs who said you should go on a date. I find your posts really strange! What’s the deal with you? Why do you want to learn all this stull from asking strangers and reading articles? The time you spend on this site, you should spend on a dating site instead. Try learning some real life lessons. 

Post # 12
4244 posts
Honey bee

Butterfly6:  I’d love to read a source on that (men and women’s brains being wired differently).

Post # 13
3223 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

Think about it, SF. You can clearly see that not all women think alike – otherwise you wouldn’t need to ask questions you would already know the answers. So why would all men think alike too?

Also: that guy is not only super graphic, he’s seen too much goddamn porn if that’s how he thinks sex should be. 

Post # 15
733 posts
Busy bee

Life experiences are the best way to learn about life. Is there something preventing you from dating? You have over 100 posts on a wedding website, but have never been on a date? Don’t you think you should log out, meet a guy, and see what it’s all about before you ask?

Or, if you’re really young, maybe you should talk to your parents about this stuff. How old are you?

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