How do you find a guy's insecurities? Anonymous 120504
Any specific tips on finding individual insecurities? Can't quite slip "Your penis is tiny" into an average conversation
Aha, well I mean something like a guy wearing a hat often meaning he is insecure about his hair, a guy always wearing baggy clothes being insecure about weight, etc. Any specific things you've found to be especially effective?
"No one has ever really loved you, they only feel sorry for you" has worked a couple times, not sure if it will work all the time though
>No because I am not a bitter and mean bully like you
same, this just seems incredibly toxic and cruel
>A hard thing to do especially for many posters here.
Anon is a pro. This hit my insecurity…because she's right.
But fwiw op, in my experience they open up eventually if you form a close bond. They often can't open up with other dudes so it will come out if you're open to it.
It makes me feel loved and fulfilled when they do, but I'm not nefarious like you.
Men don't care about fashion. They only wear unnecessary accessories like hats when they have something to hide.
If he is your bf you can just hint that he is bad at sex (which is true most of the time anyway). Why would you want that though?
you should date better men, or at the very least find better male friends.
Your post >>120547
clearly shows that you do judge them by their clothes they wear since you assume they're hiding something, lmao
“What size are your feet? They look kinda small. You know what they say about men with big feet, heh”
Men have always loved wearing hats…
I was dating a guy who was very insecure about being circumcised. In the US it's normal but he hated that his parents would do that to him. I saw something online about it once and brought it up with him after he told me and he got very insecure about it. Anything penis related is very good for that.
Goddamn clinical sociopath
interrupt him, laugh when he is serious, say "i'm talking" when he tries to interrupt, be extremely formal and cold, disregard his entire existence in general, do not talk to him when he's surrounded with his friends or he could turn the situation to his favor. remember, moids are more annoying together because they gas each other up no matter how lame they are.
So your advice for being rude is to be rude? This thread's dumb but that's double dumb.
Balding is a huge concern for almost half of all men, poke fun at his hairline, which a hat actually does hide sometimes. You fucking psycho.
Gaslighting is trash behavior for trash people.
Men aren't insecure much about anything though. The audacity they have to drag down women is pretty blatantly obvious. They are controlling af ( manipulative) and entitled whether they're insecure or not. Being insecure makes them even more so though. It makes them even more predatory. You should know their insecurities to keep them from walking all over things and you, sure, but I don't see the point of getting extremely close to one if you just intend to manipulate his insecurities. It just sounds like living with even more of a burden.
Well okay, no, obviously the only thing they're really insecure of is losing control over women. In other words you being out of reach, immune to their manipulations. Lose the emotionaly labor thing you do for them unconsciously, most of all and do what you want. All women are brainwashed to a heavy extent by men and patriarchal culture. Rip it all out of your mind and you're gold honestly.
I say lose emotional labor because that's at the heart of what men want and expect, you to make more space for them and not for you. Take up your space and do your things, without the emotional labor. Space entitlement for men and emotional labor for women.. are pretty much the cores of patriarchal brainwashing. Rip the subconscious rules out of your mind and live for your space not theirs. In every way that means. Not just actual space, but mental space, career space, etc. They'll go crazy from the insecurity of seeing you live a full existence where you're completely mentally removing yourself from their expectations.
Not true, they just don't usually make it their lifestyle.
More men care about their d*ick size and to a greater extent than women care about their brests size
What a mean spirited thread
Why did it trigger you, though?
Tell me where we a…
Being a burden to other people is pretty hard to hear for them I think cause all they do is try to be useful (the good ones at least).
Also don't think dick size is as big an insecurity as these other anonettes imagine. Most guys know whether they have a small or big dick past their adolescence.>>121694
It is, but where do you think you are
I don't know, I just don't like this type of thing. I'm very insecure about my body because I have stretch marks so i guess it just hit close to home.
>>121697>Most guys know whether they have a small or big dick past their adolescence
Correct, most guys don't care if we think their dick is small or what, though they might care if you compare it to someone else's.
A more general approach is point out how inefficient they are as a partner, like pointing out how he's bad at kissing or at sex. If that wasn't a insecurity before, it will become one from now on. Hate this kind of thread though.
>Being a burden to other people is pretty hard to hear for them I think cause all they do is try to be useful
This one is mostly true, too.
seems like the solution is simple - be a hot woman
painfully accurate assessment though, shes right
Are you really sure that it's because they're insecure or because they just feel insulted?
>call someone a retard
>if they respond, they must be insecure about their intelligence.
>>126133>if they dont respond theyre probably retarded
double edged sword
If he's lonely, hug somebody and give a lot of attention to guys around him while ignoring him. Expect rage and extreme discomfort. You are a total sociopath if you do this on purpose though.
Doesn't have to be lonely. most guys hate when women they like pay more attention to other men or don't treat him like he's the only guy in the world.
Dick size being a point of insecurity is a meme, general height is more important to them. You hear guys complain about that a lot, many of them seethe about women who mention height being a preference at all.
Pretend to be a male and act like you have the same ones you suspect him of having. If he does, he will probably just tell you. It’s a lot easier to weasel the truth out of men when they think you are one of them. The downside is not knowing what to do with that knowledge.
it's not a meme. i read a book that analyzed google search data and penis size was searched much more than any other insecurity, male or female.
Get him to like you then be the first to talk about personal, serious matters and ask him about himself them. Ask him how he's doing, tell him he can count on you and talk to you if something's wrong.
You can try to ask him first. You can also lie about yourself.
Then do or say whatever you want about things he told you about himself.
Also its very mean I dont know why im trying to help