Well do ya? Do you go the helpless girly route, of do you take the ketchup bottle he can’t open and twist the top off?
Nnoooo… in my experience, guys like it when a girl is strong.
No way. I fancy guys who are turned on by strong women. It’s kind of a test.
No. I simply married a man stronger than me. Although if it’s just us girls I’m always to go-to chick to open the baby food jars.
The helpless girly route is fucking nonsense, IMO.
gimme that jar!
but seriously, I don’t hold back. I’m strong, I’m well proportioned for carrying/lifting stuff (broad shoulders + hips), and I’m pretty proud of it. However, I am most attracted to really big lumberjack type guys (lots of hair on chest, broad shoulders, no visible neck, if you play/watch rugby, think tight five) who make me feel small/protected. go figure.
It would be pretty silly for me to act as if I am weak, so I don’t. I am still not quite as strong as I would like, though.
Yeah me too.
All I gotta do to detract guys from the massiveness of my hands is to show them how good those hands are at giving massages, and any possible turn-off becomes a turn-on.
Hell no. Why would I? I’d rather do things on my own anyway than wait for someone to help me.
No way. Even if I’m not in the shape I used to be, I’ve worked really hard this last couple of years to get some of it back. There’s no way I’m hiding my work. Plus, if I hold back on something as stupid as a jar or lifting a box, that means I have to wait that much longer for my obstacle to be removed. I’m just not that patient.
Well, my husband is seriously stronger than me, but I’m strong for a chick. I don’t ask for help, though, unless I know a task is beyond me.
This reminds me of a woman I met at least 12 years ago. She asked me what I would think of a woman who was stronger than me, or could pin me in a wrestling contest.
She also asked me what I would do if the world dropped out from under me - like when Y2K came and computers stopped working and I would have to find a new career.
Strong women don’t bother me.
Crazy women do.
I’ve worked way too hard to be as strong as I am to try and hide it. Besides, my husband loves the fact that I’m strong. Who needs to go find another guy to help you do heavy lifting when you have your wife around?
Hold back? I show off. Boo-ya, motherfuckers. (Unless the lid is on really, really tight and there’s no hot water around.)
(Otherwise, I like strong women.)
For a while I dated a robust woman who was one of the sweetest people I’ve ever known. Once when a playful wrestling match started I suddenly realized I wasn’t completely sure I could win. It was a bit startling at first. I had to try much harder than I had with any other woman because of her size and physical strength. I thought I had won, until I read this thread. :o Maybe she let me.
Although it surprised me at the time to realize my date was probably as strong as I was it never changed how I felt about her wonderful personality and sweet nature.
Fortunately when we finally broke up she decided not to kick my ass.
I mis-read this as “For a while I dated a robot” and thought “THIS is going to be good!”
Nope. I love that I’m stronger than many men I meet. I’ve never been a delicate girly girl, and probably never will. I was raised on a farm where hard work and dirt were just the way life was. I was a caterer for seven years, slugging crates of dishes (heavier than you think) and working 70 hours a week. I loved it.
Do many guys like the helpless female act?
I don’t feign helplessness in any area (physical strength, math, automotive maintenance, etc.) to seem like a stereotypical female. Honestly, it’s never occurred to me to do so. Does it even work? I’ve yet to meet a guy who initially likes my physical appearance and personality only to be turned off because I can change a tire.
Nah, why the heck would I want a guy to think I couldn’t do something for myself? That is like faking orgasms. If you pretend the first time you either have to pretend forever or tell the guy you lied and neither option sounds very good to me.
Then I assume you don’t swear yourself?