Here's what I think.
If a girl drinks and goes to clubs with their friends their automatically that girl who jerks off every guy she meets. If she doesn't drink their uptight assholes with no personality. I see a girl on some dating show who looks and sounds a bit like someone I know and somehow automatically she IS that person in my mind. Theres pictures on her facebook of her sitting beside other guys, she must like them and they too like her. See that beer can in his hand? Oh yeah he's that kind of dude and they probably did you know what that night.
Paranoid I don't know, but you're probably at least highly delusional.
My ex was that kind of girl. Never really knew if she got so drunk as to fuck random guys, but it was quite likely. Fuck.
It's called being prejudice and narrow-minded.
That's a bit harsh it's like your saying 1 is a racist or something.
Not that saying delusional is better but it seems to fit far better
As someone who drinks and goes to bars with my boyfriend who I'm quite faithful to, I'm insulted by >>1. (Or as insulted as it's possible to be on the internet, which isn't much at all.)
OP Here. I know how truly fucked in the head I am but just for an example on how much when reading your sentence I locked in that 'quite'. Quite does not imply definite and if it's not it could mean sex with 50 other guys.
Don't want to barter OP's paranoia, but he stated that girls who went drinking with other guys seem to be sluts.
don't think it's absolutely true. PROBABILITY is high though.
There's always a chance that girl is simply friends with them or whatever.
Everyone throws other people into broad categories when they first meet. This isn't unusual; it's universal and that's why people make a big deal about "first impressions". You can't possibly know them when you first meet, but you can't wait until you know them better in order to react as you would if you did, so you slap a label on them based on past experience with first impressions and proceed. As you become more familiar with them your opinion of them gradually resolves from broad generalisations into specifics.
Please look up the word prejudice, as you clearly need to differentiate it from racism. I think it describes him appropriately. In fact, although he's not being racist, he is being sexist.
The problem I think is that OP takes what >>10 said to an extreme. And as harsh as it is to say I actually think the OP may be delusional.
This is fucking bizarre.