Intimidating girls are a good thing
I don't know if it's my appearance (I do like to wear dark clothes but I add some type of color and my hair is pink) or if it's the way I speak.
I just talk to them to make us both at ease, but I still come off as intimidating?
This might be something that is particularly on our minds if we go on date after date and don't seem to be getting anywhere.
And we know that we're pretty awesome, so it can't be us.
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Is being intimidating a bad thing or a good thing in your opinion?We hear it all the time: there are some girls that guys find super intimidating. We want to believe that it's a good thing because we hope it means that they think that we're super smart and have our lives in order... After all, if our goal is to get a boyfriend and find love, then we don't really want to be so intimidating that no one ever approaches us or wants to date us. Like most things about dating and relationships, it's a good idea to go straight a man's perspective, aka find out what guys actually think about this subject.We all spend so much time wondering about whether we're doing the right thing in a dating situation or are even the kind of girl that someone wants to date, but what do guys really think about all of this?Suddenly we're left to our own devices and we have to find a job, pay our rent, pay the bills, and figure out how to cook.It's a lot to deal with and can make us long for the days when all we had to do was some homework and then we were free to spend the rest of our time with our best friends.