Plus they don't have that annoying third dimension...
This blog could be called "If you've every said this...you might have Aspergers." It helps if you say it with a Jeff Foxworthy accent.
Well, obviously she's crazy, she's dating you isn't she?
Well, he's right, ya know.They're not bad; they're just drawn that way.
Honestly, if she asked him whether she was hotter than those three, she had it coming. I'm not hotter than Thor (not even the actor who plays Thor) so if I ask my girlfriend and get an honest answer... Whose fault is it?
It sounds like his evaluation might not have been solicited.
I bet it was. I've seen this before, and not just fiction characters, also actresses and models. People are like that...
No, some women are like that. Most people aren't so petty.Devil's advocate time: It sounds to me that his girlfriend asked one of those leading questions for which there is no right answer. It's no different from the classic: "Do I look fat?" If he says one thing she will be angry for not receiving a compliment, but if he says the other she will be angry because she knows he's lying.It's a bitch move, but a lot of women do it. This guy would be better off dumping his girlfriend and finding one who doesn't.
This guy obviously has no experience with relationships.You don't "state facts" to your girlfriend, you give her compliments.
Pay. You 'Pay' her compliments. Women like to get paid.
And, sir, how do YOU look in a spandex jumpsuit?
About as good as he looks in a shiny steel breast plate and red with gold-starred pantiesno that would be a sight to pay money for (sarcasm alert)
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And that is the point where I turn to my girlfriend and say, with a delivery that is hard to describe but mixes self-deprecating sarcasm with utter sincerity, say "Looove youuuu..."..I'm gonna assume she at least asked the question first, though probably in response to him saying "She's so hot" re: Batgirl.