“When my partner tells me qualities he likes in a woman that I don’t have.”
“Sending dick pics. If I didn’t ask, don’t send!”
3. Bowel movements.
“SHITTING. Seriously, the guys I work with talk about it all the time. No one wants to know about that one time you took a big dump in a Home Depot.”
“How they feel the need to tell me they don’t like women that wear makeup.”
“How many “lesbians” they’ve slept with, and what they did with them. What do they expect me to say? ‘Ohhh, you’ve slept with lesbians before you say? Well then I take it back, I am totally attracted to you!'”
“The gross things about their bodies. I don’t need to hear about your poop, and please don’t dutch oven me.”
“I’m pretty sick of hearing about how a woman’s appearance makes a man’s penis feel.”
“The “friendzone” and how he’s always in there. There’s probably a reason for that, mate. Or all of his “crazy” exes and all the “totally crazy” shit they did like have emotions and expect not to be treated like doormats.
There are definitely some abusive women out there, but 9 times out of 10, when a guy is telling me about his “crazy” ex it sounds like she was just a normal girl who wouldn’t put up with his shitty behaviour.”
9. Dick talk.
“Anything involving their dick and /or balls needs to ✋ stop.”
Their preferences or “types” when it comes to women, ESPECIALLY if they’re based on race.
“Fucking their exes, talking about how hot chicks on TV are. No one wants to hear about it.”
“Which people in our close group of friends/family they like to masturbate to. I don’t want to be the thought police, but there are inside thoughts and outside thoughts. I don’t need to know if you think your sister in law is hot.”
“The pervasive need to get my opinion about their dicks. Those conversations usually start with ‘Can I ask you a question?'”