A selection of quotes from men on the topic aboveNot yet, but there’s hope. I was catcalled by a woman the other day, she told me that my ass looked good in those jeans. That was both the most flattering and the most overt compliment I’ve ever received - hands down. The punchline is that I’m 37.
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Only a few years ago, actually, when I realized I was a tall, broad-shouldered black man with a deep voice who is intelligent and fairly witty. I’m also currently a Bahamian living in the UK, giving me an exotic, not-quite American accent.
I realized about a year back that women had been hitting on me several times throughout my life and I hadn’t noticed. Up to the extent of “my friend likes you” while the friend was standing next to her and grinning, in the Bahamian equivalent of Middle School. (I assumed they were teasing) Oh, and the occasional sexual assault.
I wish I was joking.
Actually, the first time was in 2006, according to my old blog, when a girl looked me up and down, said I was cute, then rubbed herself over me trying to get me to buy her a $200 cell phone. After I wrote an “angsty” blog post - I didn’t realize I was reacting to a sexual assault for a while - I slowly cottoned on to the fact that I wasn’t as homely as I thought.
Still haven’t kissed a girl. :(
I’m a Christian waiting for marriage to have sex, so that simplifies matters somewhat. Of course, that leaves the possibility of some girl finding out I’m not going to sleep with her without a ring on it and promptly breaking up with me.
Or worse, finding out about my dandruff.
I’m still trying to learn to stop questioning the fact that women may actually like me, and just accept it. Of course, that may only be the start of troubles.
And as for all the guys who said “never”;
Previously on Bad Wasabi: Lots and lots of people missing the point.