Masculine, whats it mean to you?

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    Jun 25, 2009 1:12 AM GMT
    Oh I sooo can't help but get in on this

    when you hear the word "Masculine" what does it make you think of? I don't mean the dictionary description.

    For me, makes me think of a few things, but, this one guy pops into my head, I was 19, he was 20something or other anyway, we knew each other through mutual friends of sorts..

    anyway, it gets to him that I'm gay, he gets a little off handed with me, a little rude, anyway, weeks later we are all at a pub, he rocks up with his women (some high pitched hag with no fashion sense or mirror for that horrendous makeup)

    Anywho, they get a little heavy into the drink and he starts getting a little mouthy.. rude and what not, keeps calling himself masculine, that he's a real man, that real masculine men "don't fuck other men", tries to take a swing at me, misses by a mile and a half and falls flat on his face and gets dragged out by the bouncer with his women following along behind screeching something or other (very classy women that)

    anywho, thats what the word Masculine makes me think..

    OOH side note, about a year later, I see the guy again, he's totally hammered, he stumbles up to me slurs something out at me, I've no idea what and tries to make out with me *shudders* that poor thing had no front teeth and thought he'd make out with me.. I just don't think so I'm not that nice!
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    Jun 25, 2009 3:45 AM GMT
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    Haha just kidding. The word seems so relative after it's been put through all the scrutiny that it has.
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    Jun 25, 2009 3:52 AM GMT
    Masculine conjurs up the gender separation for me; i.e. Masculine (male) vs Feminine (female).
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    Jun 25, 2009 5:25 AM GMT
    Depends on if it's being used on a straight guy or a homosexual.

    But I'll go with the latter.

    A homosexual who does not act or appear to be gay.
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    Jun 25, 2009 6:13 AM GMT



    Masculine? The look you cultivate, LilTanker!
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    Jun 25, 2009 6:15 AM GMT
    meninlove said


    Masculine? The look you cultivate, LilTanker!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
    HAHAHAHAHAHA

    *gasps for air*

    thats like when lilz called me manly HAHAHAHAHAHA icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jun 25, 2009 6:23 AM GMT


    LOL, well we're glad you got a kick out of that!
    Now then, let's look at your pic. Classic male - no smile, short blunt military sort of hair cut. Men's glasses - facial hair, dead-pan stare. ...found anything typically feminine yet?

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    Jun 25, 2009 6:27 AM GMT
    Not this shit again, ugh
  • SFGeoNinja

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    Jun 25, 2009 6:30 AM GMT
    A guy who is both physically hot and slightly intimidating, but in a good way icon_cool.gif. It's often a case of a guy who's confident and has a nice physique, with enough of a mystery about him to keep him interesting. Also, anyone who puts up a front and brags about how "masculine" they are kind of negates the whole idea for me.
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    Jun 25, 2009 6:40 AM GMT
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    Jun 25, 2009 6:56 AM GMT
    *giggles* he looks like he's about to throw up hahaha
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    Jun 25, 2009 6:58 AM GMT
    meninlove said

    LOL, well we're glad you got a kick out of that!
    Now then, let's look at your pic. Classic male - no smile, short blunt military sort of hair cut. Men's glasses - facial hair, dead-pan stare. ...found anything typically feminine yet?


    I don't shave cause I couldn't be arsed doing it, I haven't used a razor on my face for.. oh.. what.. well over a year now, just use clippers, I've terrible skin and I hate shaving..

    I've short hair cause I couldn't be arsed doing it hahaha (I'm really freakin lazy)

    it's not a dead-pan stare thank you.. its a "I look cute and inquisitive in these glasses" look icon_razz.gif

    you need to hear me speak and get all excited hahaha
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:09 AM GMT
    jprichva saidMasculine means when I hike up my skirt to piss in the urinal instead of daintily sitting on the pot to tinkle.

    ROTFLMFAO icon_biggrin.gif

    Your a classy bitch JP
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:22 AM GMT
    what it -doesn't- mean, to me, is being an ass, derogatory, spiteful, and making fun of everyone who doesn't agree with your position. nothing in my masculine toolbox is aligned with anything derogatory, divisive, condescending, or any ilk of that regard.

    people have very flexible dictionaries these days so it really doesn't matter to much what it means to me, nor any other word. people will read between the lines and find what they want rather than what i, or another, will say.

    next week it'll be a different heated topic, but the elements in play will still be the same. some people just gotta have their drama. if they can't provoke it, they'll make it up.

    one of the things i think ought to be in the masculine toolbox, is standing back and rolling with the punches and waiting for the tirade to end. bloodied as you may get from your silence.

    no offense lilT, but nothing in the relating of your drunken guy story strikes me as him being masculine.
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:26 AM GMT
    FirefighterBlu3 saidno offense lilT, but nothing in the relating of your drunken guy story strikes me as him being masculine.
    No offense taken and I completely agree with you, however, when someone says masculine that's what I think of now, some pathetic closet case who isn't even much of a person let alone much of a guy..

    which means that when I read in someones profile and they say "masculine guy" I immediately think a pathetic loser who isn't worth the effort, not that I am necessarily proud of that fact, but I can't help but think that
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:30 AM GMT
    The Milwaukee Sawzall. God it gives me an erection just thinking about it.

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    Won't someone here please buy one for me? I'm in desperate need to slice thru some walls.
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:31 AM GMT
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    FirefighterBlu3 saidno offense lilT, but nothing in the relating of your drunken guy story strikes me as him being masculine.
    No offense taken and I completely agree with you, however, when someone says masculine that's what I think of now, some pathetic closet case who isn't even much of a person let alone much of a guy..

    which means that when I read in someones profile and they say "masculine guy" I immediately think a pathetic loser who isn't worth the effort, not that I am necessarily proud of that fact, but I can't help but think that


    well, that's exactly what others were arguing about as they railed against "masc4masc". the predisposed stereotype of someone based entirely on one word. use caution when applying your experiences to define a stranger.

    it's like blaming your current boyfriend for the mistakes of your previous relationship. icon_neutral.gif don't get mad at him until he's actually given you a reason to.
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:37 AM GMT
    FirefighterBlu3 said
    lilTanker said
    FirefighterBlu3 saidno offense lilT, but nothing in the relating of your drunken guy story strikes me as him being masculine.
    No offense taken and I completely agree with you, however, when someone says masculine that's what I think of now, some pathetic closet case who isn't even much of a person let alone much of a guy..

    which means that when I read in someones profile and they say "masculine guy" I immediately think a pathetic loser who isn't worth the effort, not that I am necessarily proud of that fact, but I can't help but think that


    well, that's exactly what others were arguing about as they railed against "masc4masc". the predisposed stereotype of someone based entirely on one word. use caution when applying your experiences to define a stranger.

    it's like blaming your current boyfriend for the mistakes of your previous relationship. icon_neutral.gif don't get mad at him until he's actually given you a reason to.

    indeed oh wise one.. unfortunately its a word association I have yet to kick, its like when someone says chocolate, my head immediately jumps to body paint, or someone says tickle and I think of things I shouldn't describe on a public forum..

    its certainly no deal breaker but it is a wrinkle
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:40 AM GMT
    i'm horribly ticklish and i love chocolate and i'd love to be dipped in chocolate for my boyfriend. unfortunately, he hates chocolate.
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:42 AM GMT
    FirefighterBlu3 saidi'm horribly ticklish and i love chocolate and i'd love to be dipped in chocolate for my boyfriend. unfortunately, he hates chocolate.
    *twiddles thumbs and ponders how to put this*

    I'm rather partial to chocolate...


    *goes back to twiddling thumbs*
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:43 AM GMT
    Masculine?

    it means after me fucking my boyfriend i slap his ass and tell him to go make me a sandwich icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:45 AM GMT
    EricPrado saidMasculine?

    it means after me fucking my boyfriend i slap his ass and tell him to go make me a sandwich icon_biggrin.gif


    *gasps* how rude

    I like you already
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:46 AM GMT
    EricPrado saidMasculine?

    it means after me fucking my boyfriend i slap his ass and tell him to go make me a sandwich icon_biggrin.gif


    i find that particularly amusing icon_lol.gif

    'course regardless of whom the aggressor was at the moment, the other of us would follow out and help make lunch.
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:54 AM GMT
    lilTanker said
    FirefighterBlu3 saidi'm horribly ticklish and i love chocolate and i'd love to be dipped in chocolate for my boyfriend. unfortunately, he hates chocolate.
    *twiddles thumbs and ponders how to put this*

    I'm rather partial to chocolate...


    *goes back to twiddling thumbs*


    i can be tempted
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    Jun 25, 2009 7:56 AM GMT
    Masculinity means a hairy ass and I love it!! Thank you very much!!

    OR Deep voice.......OR...shaved head.....OR.....big fat fucking cock......OR

    hot bod........OR a cool beard like meninlove.....OR like so many other

    men/boys here.

    Most of all.....the guy who can be kind and sweet talk me will get anything

    he wants from my ass.... TOP? What's that?