Question of the day

men and womenDo you prefer being around men or women? Do your closest friends tend to be men or women?

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16 Responses to Question of the day

  1. javajunkee says:

    I have better luck with guys. I can tend to get catty with women. Not the women here but in the town here. I will talk to most of the womens husbands more than I do them. Always have been that way.

  2. Sue says:

    I love my girls! I don’t mind being around the guys, but they usually don’t like to talk about boob pain, period pain, how your clothes don’t fit right, how you got mad at your spouse, how dumb your spouse is, how you’re the only one that does anything around the house, and how you’re expected to be perfect at all times. They’d rather just fart and give fist bumps.

  3. Tasneem R says:

    Well I prefer being around girls however i know that a guy can make a better friend than a girl .

    The success of a friendship depends on give-and-take. Are you a good friend?
    Take a quick test here – ( 5 questions)
    http://www.3smartcubes.com/pages/tests/friend/friend_instructions.asp

  4. Tosha says:

    Usually Guys. They tend to get my sense of humor more than women do. I’ve always been one of the guys..

  5. The girls. It’s always the girls! I mix well with my kind of people 🙂

  6. Laura says:

    For me, it really depends upon the person. At different points in my life, my closest friends and confidantes have been both male and female. My two closest friends, I’ve been with since junior and high school, and they’re both women. But in college, I hung out with mostly guys, just because we held many of the same interests.

    So I guess it’s a personality/compatibility thing for me.

    I will say, at first, I’m painfully shy around guys. I have no idea why.

  7. nikki says:

    Men but there a few girls I love. Some…not so much. A lot of it has to do with what your post is about. Drama. Maybe I’ve just had BAD luck with the women I have met. I don’t even hang out with the guys anymore though….I’ve really just been family 1OO% lately…and that’s working out just fine.

    • nikki says:

      my closest friends are girls though. Guys are just for hanging out and not worrying about anything really. Emotional support comes from my girls!

  8. Just a Mom says:

    My closest friends are women. I can hang with the guys too but every once in awhile you need a break from the testosterone levels.

  9. Lucy says:

    I would say I get along with men and women equally. Besides my significant other, my absolute closest friends are girls, but my guy friends are trailing very close behind.

  10. pammy wammy says:

    I can talk openly with my few close girl friends.But I do have a male friend who puts perspective for me on why men do what they do.So thats helpful.But generally its the woman friends in my life that I convide my deepest darkest secrets 🙂

  11. Gary says:

    I’m similar to Lucy. I get along with men and women equally. My closest friends are however men.

  12. Karen Joy says:

    In past years some of my best friends have been male(awe,now I miss them).I seem to get along better with them.I have a few girl friends now but I havent gotten really close to them.

  13. SKL says:

    Well, I am sure you paired this one with the DRAMA post for a reason! OMG!!! Today I spent the day in a Board meeting for a women’s organization. Need I say more?

    Don’t get me wrong, I still believe that women are by far the superior sex. But they are also their own worst enemies.

    There’s this one woman on the board who is so full of drama, she makes everyone else on the board want to strangle her. Reminds me of Murder on the Orient Express. Personally, I just resigned because I can’t take it any more.

    But . . . actually, the vast majority of my time is spent with women. I like men’s company, but they aren’t usually good for a conversation. A guy I dated and really liked (like) – every time I asked him anything, I’d get a 2-word answer if I was lucky. Every time I asked what he was doing, he was doing laundry. I mean, how do married women stand it? No wonder they have to find other women to gossip with.

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