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Old 05-13-2012, 10:48 AM
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Women are often easier to talk to than my male friends, more open and honest.
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Old 05-13-2012, 10:49 AM
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Kudos to feminine, educated women who can laugh at an ethnic/religious/off-color/anti-feminist joke or off-handed comment and still like you, which, with me, they mostly do.

Happy Mother's Day!
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Old 05-13-2012, 11:12 AM
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Men are & always will be my best friends. I have always related better to men. I love how straightforward they are. For the most part, men rock
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Old 05-13-2012, 11:25 AM
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I just love men! They are just so clueless sometimes it's so cute! I love how they are always protective of their loved ones. They are masculine and strong but yet they are like little kittens that need to be cared for and protected.

Men rock!
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Old 05-13-2012, 11:30 AM
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What a great post, OP!

I love that men can be just as sweet and kind as women when they think no one is looking. I love that my guy friends post wonderful, supportive comments on my Facebook page. I love that guys can usually point out when women are overreacting and be the voice of reason at times. And I love the sight of a man with a baby or child - the masculinity and gentleness is a wonderful combination. I also love when men love their pets. Their bodies are pretty amazing too!
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Old 05-13-2012, 11:34 AM
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  • nice eyes and beautiful smiles
  • There skin is naturally softer than men, especially softer than my skin
  • a$$ and t!ts
Now before I get flamed here, the only reason I used physical descriptions of women is because not all women have the same personality. Some women are sweet, some shy, some very blunt, some sarcastic, goofy, wild party animals you name it.
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Old 05-13-2012, 11:39 AM
Location: Europe, in the Land of the mean
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I love some women who love to smile. Seeing that smile can bring the worst day to a mediocre day, not that bad.[/quote]

Not in some CONTINENTAL European nations - my smiles aren't appreciated at all

(Thanks for the rep but I like to know who it was? )

Oh and of course, we lasses like your bodies!

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Old 05-13-2012, 11:47 AM
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The compassion, warmth, and motherly qualities of women are tremendously important and under-appreciated in our society, in my opinion. The same can be said of a woman's intuition and creativity in the business world. Put another way, if (generally) women are "emotional" and men are "rational", I think a rational woman is much closer to what a "human ideal" may be than an emotional man. In other words, women rock.
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Old 05-13-2012, 11:58 AM
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Men give their lives for us in war
Men love fiercely
Men protect
Men are strong yet gentle
Men are honest and forthright
Men dream dreams
Men create art and poetry and philosophy
Men are beautiful gifts

An ode to men by Me
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Old 05-13-2012, 04:36 PM
Location: England
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My father.....a true man, the best kind of man....strong but kind. Brave, he would cry his tears in private and put a smile on for his children. He taught me to be strong, to believe in myself. He gave me wings to fly and roots that have grown deep into often dry, difficult soil. Because of him, I appreciate those same characteristics in the men around me.

My brothers, brave and funny, daring and bold, adverturous and shy.....realistic, ironic. Love them.

My son, from babyhood, to toddler....into manhood he walks.....now taller than me. With big dreams and a big heart. I am proud of him and his masculinity. I want to protect him and hold on to him, but I know I must let him go and pray God will walk with him through this often cruel world. I pray he will be strong, belive in himself, trust God, pray, be kind, aim for the stars, accept defeat is part of life and keep going despite. Never, ever surrender....until his dying breath....but fight the good fight for as long as he lives.

So, men.........I love you! Always believe in Hope and Live your life to the full every day. You are a hero, an unsung hero, holding down a job, loving a wife, protecting your family.....whatever it may be, you are solid Gold!
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