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Why are the current generation of girls so dull? (43)


1 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-09 22:46 ID:nCRB+1F8

Seriously.

Why is it that these girls are so dull? Their taste is generally completely predictable (generic formulaic romantic comedies) until someone (usually a boyfriend) informs them that their taste is shit and proceed to redefine/shape them so they are able to look like they are something.

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2 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-09 23:59 ID:hbOHcdFs

Hey now. Don't put all of us girls into one group. Sorry you ran into boring ones. =\

3 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-10 00:07 ID:Bd8fAWpj

This is most girls in my experience. You just need to look around a bit more for the quality ones.

4 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-10 03:21 ID:Heaven

They're young.

5 Name: Nice Guy : 2007-10-10 03:25 ID:CBLD1oZW

This sounds more like a personal letter-
I've come across enough girls who are willing to stand their ground that I can't really agree with the OP

Why are you so afraid to try new things? Didn't you claim to be "open minded" and up for "new experiences"? Yet everytime I suggest an extremely entertaining experience or something that I know you will thoroughly enjoy because it transcends all genders, you refuse out of stubbornness to change.

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6 Name: 43 : 2007-10-10 07:34 ID:g9oxAsQk

I have found a pattern in them. Usually those chicks who have older male siblings are far more interesting than chicks who only have sisters.

7 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-10 07:45 ID:Vi6+kLxw

>>Not everyones in to buttseckz

lol, case closed.

8 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-10 15:57 ID:/wk7OGV7

The guys of this generation are pretty dull too, honestly. I find very few really amazing guys out there.

This generation has so much to be thankful for, and have such great tasks ahead... yet look at us.

9 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-10 22:28 ID:ZZn31ahO

>>8

Yeah, I'd have to agree with you there, we pretty much fail. Both sides.

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10 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-11 07:18 ID:dmRkEEN8

There is something wrong with this entire generation. So yeah, pretty much what >>8 says.

11 Name: Frigid Onanoko : 2007-10-11 10:41 ID:JBXdOpP0

Perhaps you should just go outside, no?

12 Name: Nice Guy : 2007-10-11 18:45 ID:CBLD1oZW

I don't understand what you guys mean by dull?

What else do you have to compare to? At what point in your life, were you able to go dating another generation? Unless you're a cougar or something ?_?

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13 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-11 19:37 ID:FF2wg1Ob

Quit yer whining and go find yourself a dude.

14 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-11 21:55 ID:Heaven

>>12 I know what they mean by dull. I just don't know what they mean by 'This generation'.

Every single generation has been as dumb as this one. In fact, over the years, each generation is supposedly getting smarter. The problem is, most of the members of 4-ch are intelectuals, and while most of us intelectuals don't think of ourselves as that smart, we do seem to be able to find stupid people left and center. We may only have a slightly above average IQ ranging from 110-130, but the fact is that, compared to the youth, we are the fucking intelectuals.

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15 Name: Grammarian Stooge : 2007-10-11 23:51 ID:Heaven

> intelectuals

that is all.

16 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-12 02:26 ID:Heaven

>>15
You caught me, lol

17 Name: UnReal31337 : 2007-10-12 03:01 ID:n+ks8iIS

You just need to look in the right places, either that or you're not looking deep enough into the person, Most girls at my school seem pretty dull, but when you get to know them, they won't seem as dull.

18 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-12 15:25 ID:ZZn31ahO

>>14

Me no toopid! Me speek gud inglissh. U liek britney spears? She pretty, liek paris hilton.

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19 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-13 01:29 ID:Heaven

>>17

> when you get to know them, they won't seem as dull
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20 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-13 02:19 ID:+d3fGJSZ

>>12>>14
It has to do with a maturity level. I've found that 21 - 16 is a lot more mature than 17 - 20.

IQ doesn't mean shit. Some people have far greater social intelligence than me. I distinguish between "intellectual" and "social" intelligence.

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21 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-13 05:14 ID:mysuf6Z1

>>18
and
>>20

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22 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-13 15:00 ID:sOyhZ5OT

they're dull because they are affected by an environment which generally favours and encourages dullness.
Thankfully, there are some women who aren't like that, it's just that we're few and far between. good luck lol

23 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-13 20:15 ID:Heaven

> They seek happiness via material goods instead of getting to know their true personality and what they truly enjoy.

It's been that way since ~1950, at least in the USA.

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24 Name: Lolz : 2007-10-13 20:35 ID:X+r1d6Oj

You know, it works the other way, too. I'm tired of seeing stupid guys. Then I find some smart ones and they're so geeked out that they're afraid to talk. Truly, what the hell.

As for girls, I can certainly say that in the south girls were not raised to be intellectual, or even to be moderately good at conversation. They are raised to get married, and they have so little ambition that it scares me.

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25 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-13 21:15 ID:YWGYs9Zm

>>24
Scandinavian male here, just letting you know guys/girls here aren't much better.

The girls are also liars, they say they don't mind geeky, then you tell them just the slightest thing with a geek factor and suddenly they're analing in public with some sunburned Spanish dumbass who learned to play guitar for its pussy value.

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26 Name: Lolz : 2007-10-13 22:02 ID:X+r1d6Oj

Aw jeese, and I was really looking forward to hitting the UK...

I think these girls have a false sense of what geeks are. They probably--as do girls here--equate it with playing a lot of video games and maybe watching anime (or TV in general). I know a lot of retards that do that, but the geeks I've known have favored more creative things like RPing, comics, literature... even programming. Nice things.

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27 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-14 00:11 ID:Zp4pJGxP

>>26

Where I come from, the girls have no idea what anime is. If you know how to use a computer beyond AIM and Intenet Explorer, you're an "omg ultra geek".

28 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-14 00:58 ID:Heaven

>>playing a lot of video games and maybe watching anime (or TV in general). I know a lot of retards that do that

Gee, thanks.

29 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-14 02:23 ID:Heaven

I told someone (a "normal") the other day that I was able to use both Mac and Windows, and they flipped out. They couldn't conceive of someone getting used to both. So I didn't mention that my main OS was Linux.

30 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-14 17:31 ID:+d3fGJSZ

>>23
What do you see as the reasons?

31 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-14 20:56 ID:u1mL0iXd

>>30

Growth of capitalism in the country or all over the world, where money = power & social status

32 Name: 23 : 2007-10-15 01:32 ID:Heaven

Consumerism and the Public Relation industry that feeds it, actually.
Wholly separate from capitalism.

via Edward Bernays

33 Name: Lolz : 2007-10-15 03:20 ID:X+r1d6Oj

>Gee, thanks

"A lot of" =/= "all"

34 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-15 10:42 ID:uU6vwb7E

>>1

Your problem is not very complicated. If you find the people around you dull (does this really only concern the girls around you?), then you are looking for dates in the wrong place.
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35 Name: Default : 2007-10-22 20:43 ID:My/8aoPG

hmm... I dunno, I' used to materialistic girls. They're anything but boring where I am, but I'm not exactly Mr. Excitement myself. They're pretty pen to good anime and books, and can accept that being good with computers or actually comprehending how to use said devices doesn't automatically mean you're an automatic failure in the romance department.

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36 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-22 23:56 ID:XOuaROBN

If I may interject, I think your problem is that you're seeking out the wrong people.

To begin with, what is attracting you to these 'dull girls'? If you knew them before you asked them out, you'd already be familiar with their dullness capacity, and might be able to avoid these kinds of experiences. It sounds like you're picking random people off the street - and thus, you don't know very much about them, except their name and what they look like. Herein lies your problem.

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37 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-10-23 13:03 ID:Heaven

>>1

>Why are the current generation of girls at my place so dull?
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38 Name: Default : 2007-10-30 02:39 ID:My/8aoPG

Maybe it's that girls are shaped by the boys that are closest to them- much like we slowly change from the girls that are closest to us. I guess you can change these "dull girls" and... yeah.

39 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-11-02 06:48 ID:tbUfUrmq

i wish i knew. people here are so dull that i don't even want to be friends with them, let alone have them as a girlfriend. luckily, i found a wonderful girlfriend, most likely by fate. maybe move to a city, people are generally less boring there.

40 Name: Completely Different Anonymous : 2007-11-04 05:40 ID:BAgbohgt

>>1 Why is it that these girls are so dull? Their taste is generally completely predictable (generic formulaic romantic comedies) until someone (usually a boyfriend) informs them that their taste is shit and proceed to redefine/shape them so they are able to look like they are something.

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41 Name: Secret Admirer : 2007-11-07 05:38 ID:fMMbFC9P

I get so confused when people refer to "this generation" because I don't know what age group they mean. The tweens? The older teenagers? The 20-25 group? Which one?

42 Name: The Provider : 2007-11-28 22:49 ID:Heaven

>>41
It suits nearly every generation...
That's one problem with Anonymous that I'm seeing in this thread. We don't quite know what age group OP means...>.<

43 Name: lil' fox : 2007-11-29 23:12 ID:IOZIqnMW

May I agree with that opinion of this entire generation is getting dull. I think the problem is not the much books you read or the much common sense you have. I think it's simply this generation has no reference to his inner space: averuthing is out there, but nothing inside. The socially accepted behavong pushes you (in some way, of coarse) to worry not about you, but about your pertenences and abilityes of dominating the reality. They even said "stop contemplating reality, now we have to transform it", and this thought aplies not just to marxist, but liberals to. Both sides of the same coin. This marked the begining of tha change: the world is not to contemplate but to transform it and, of coarse, as you don't contemplates the world, you are not able to know yourself, because the one that knows the world, notice itself is knowing and in the same act knows himself (havn't noticed yet?).

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