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~MY BOYFRIEEEEND~ Anonymous 96408

How much boyfriend talk do you tolerate from other girls? Is it worse to hear about a good relationship or a bad one?

Anonymous 96410

It’s the primary topic that comes up when interacting with normies so I definitely participate. I tolerate it but I can’t help judging women who’s entire personality revolves around talking about their boyfriend (which I’ve been guilty of at times too).
Bad relationships are definitely more fun to hear about but they get annoying faster than hearing about good relationships (which is boring but generally tolerable).

Anonymous 96430

>>96408
It can be kinda annoying when you're hanging out with a friend and they seem more interesting in texting their bf back than talking to you. Maybe it's because I'm a lesbian but I don't get what's so great about guys in a romantic sense. They're fun as friends but they gross me tf out.

Anonymous 96432

I don't stray away from the topic when it comes up even if it's kinda annoying with my friend because I remember being like that too and she humored me so I'll humor her
I already don't care about him so I'd be pissed if she was upset over something he did so I prefer hearing about how happy she is with him or how cute she thinks he is

Anonymous 96656

>>96408
I dont really get into it these days. I'm 27 and have been in a longterm relationship for nearly 2 years. People my age dont rrally talk about relationships and boys the way I did when I was 18-21.

I am friends with most of my friends partners, like we are all couple friends. Sometimes on a girls night, one of us may have a genuine relaxation concern and so we discuss that. But generally no one needs to speak about the relationship or partner because I will hang out with their bf or I can just message them directly if there's something I want to know.

>>96410
>women who’s entire personality revolves around talking about their boyfriend
I feel genuinely bad for these women. On a related note, I know someone who is a good chick with lots of personality and she is selfless and altruistic, but her bf is a Jordan Peterson listening conservative dumbass. He has so many red flags and she justifies his behavior like she emotionally couldn't handle confronting the reality her bf is an asshole.

Anonymous 96723

>>96656
>who is a good chick with lots of personality and she is selfless and altruistic, but her bf is a Jordan Peterson listening conservative dumbass. He has so many red flags and she justifies his behavior like she emotionally couldn't handle confronting the reality her bf is an asshole.
tragic, i hate when this happens. the worst part is that they fall for the meme that belief systems aren't a pretty important thing to consider in relationships. then they go on to have a string of relationships with 4 flavors of "traditional, decent" abusive men that want nothing but anal and that resent these perfectly nice women for no reason.

Anonymous 96747

>>96723
I hate that notion, that you can spend your whole life with someone whose entire personal philosophy is the opposite of your own. What would you even talk about? That sounds abysmal.

Anonymous 96771

None, I have self respect. Even my straight best friend who is close to me like family respects me enough not to talk about her ugly male crushes

Anonymous 96794

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>How much boyfriend talk do you tolerate from other girls?
i didn't have (straight) friends at school so i don't think i've heard a lot of boyfriend talk but if i did i suppose i'd get annoyed quickly since being attracted to males isn't relatable for me. i suppose 3 minutes of bf talk in 3 days tops, that's 1 min per day ~ ±2-3 complete sentences. seems pretty tolerable

>Is it worse to hear about a good relationship or a bad one?

a bad one, since i'm already pessimistic about any straight relationship due to androphobia (unexplained fear of men, tried talking about it with my therapist but dunno, i haven't had any extremely bad experiences with men so trauma is out of the question) and hearing about girls suffering with a male is just depressing

though, hearing about a good heterosexual relationship can feel like the calm before the storm, it seems like the girl is just blind to the ~obvious signs of male abuse that are there if the girl disagrees~ or the male's just a psycho that'll turn into a monster once the honeymoon period is over. therefore, both seem kinda grim

Anonymous ## Cleanup crew 96799

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